Juventus is coming off a five-match winning streak, with victories against Salernitana, Genoa, Bologna, Cagliari, and a draw against Venezia. As a result, they’ve climbed to fifth place in the league standings after 19 games, with 34 points. So far, they’ve won ten games, drawn four, and lost five. They trail Atalanta, who are in fourth place, by four points. With five wins, one tie, and three losses at home, they have a respectable record. In 19 games, they’ve scored 27 goals and let up as many as 17 goals. With five goals each, Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata lead the team in scoring. The two injured players are Adrien Rabiot and Moise Kean.
Napoli is coming off a humiliating home loss to Spezia in Serie A. As a result, they are in the third position with 39 points from 19 games after winning 12 games, tying three, and losing four. They are seven points behind Inter and three points behind Milan in the standings. They’ve won six, drawn two, and lost one of their nine away games so far this season, giving them the league’s fourth-best away record. They have a 21-goal lead over their opponents, scoring 35 and conceding only 14. With five goals in the league so far, Victor Osimhen, Fabian Ruiz, Dries Mertens, and Piotr Zelinski are the team’s leading goal scorers. Victor Osimhen, Hirving Lozano, and Kalidou Koulibaly are among those who have been injured, while Mario Rui has been suspended.
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