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Where: Stadio San Paolo
When: Sunday, March 30, 7:45 p.m. GMT
Antonio Conte’s men are now virtually within touching distance of a third consecutive Serie A title following Tuesday night’s hard-fought 2-1 home win over sixth-placed Parma, secured courtesy of Carlos Tevez’s first-half brace.
In fact, the champions really only have two more tricky-looking league fixtures left on the horizon, at second-in-the-table AS Roma in their penultimate match, as well as this weekend’s tough encounter against third-placed Napoli at the Stadio San Paolo.
However, with Juve now unbeaten in the Italian top flight since suffering their one and only loss this season at the hands of arch-rivals Fiorentina in Florence back on Oct. 20, it would still represent something of a surprise were the visitors not to leave Naples on Sunday evening with at least a share of the spoils.
Their hosts, meanwhile, are still on course to finish the campaign in third place and qualify for the UEFA Champions League, as they lead fourth-in-the-table Fiorentina by 10 points with now only eight games left to play this season, despite losing at home to La Viola last weekend.
And with Rafa Benitez’s side a tough nut to crack at the San Paolo—only Fiorentina and Parma have won in Naples in Serie A so far in this campaign—confidence will be high that they can repeat their impressive 1-0 win against title-chasing Roma from earlier this month when Juve visit southern Italy on Sunday.