Before being crushed by Inter in Milan, Napoli was one of just two unbeaten teams in Serie A. So far, they’ve won ten games, drawn two, and lost one, for a total of 32 points from 13 games. They are equal for first place with Milan in terms of points, but they have a higher goal difference. They have the league’s joint best home record, having won five and drawn one of their six home matches this season. They have a 19-goal difference over their opponents, having scored 26 goals while surrendering only seven. With five goals in the league so far, Victor Osimhen is the team’s leading goal scorer. Lorenzo Insigne has a total of four goals to his name. They have a long list of injured players and some of the key absentees are Lorenzo Insigne, Victor Osimhen, and Matteo Politano.
Lazio’s three-match winning streak came to an end against Juventus, which includes victories against Fiorentina, Salernitana, and a draw against Atalanta. They are presently in seventh place with 21 points from 13 games, having won six, drawn three, and lost four. They’re 11 points behind Napoli and Milan, the league’s top two teams. On the road, they have one win, two ties, and three losses, putting them in 14th position. They’ve had some of the most high-scoring games, with 25 goals scored and 21 goals conceded. Ciro Immobile has played a key role in the majority of the goals, scoring ten and assisting on two occasions. Immobile, on the other hand, is out with a calf injury. Felipe Anderson, Pedro, Adam Marusic, and Bobby Adekanye are also unavailable.