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Serie A Matchday 15


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Friday 1st December, 2017
Roma vs SPAL, 17.30
Napoli vs Juventus, 19.45

Saturday 2nd December, 2017
Torino vs Atalanta, 19.45

Sunday 3rd December, 2017
Benevento vs AC Milan, 11.30
Bologna vs Cagliari
Fiorentina vs Sassuolo
Inter Milan vs Chievo
Sampdoria vs Lazio, 19.45

Monday 4th December, 2017
Crotone vs Udinese, 18.00
Verona vs Genoa, 20.00

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I'm out for the biggie tomorrow and surely the game of the weekend in Europe which is Napoli v Juventus... I really really hope Napoli don't miss up like two seasons ago in this one... This is a real chance to bang their fist on the table meaning business!  

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With Napoli Vs Juventus tonight, could it be argued that the transfer of Higuain has turned out to be beneficial to both sides. Juventus got their number 9 and Napoli have become a more rounded team and allowed Mertens to flourish. Seems it has been good for both teams.

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55 minutes ago, Cicero said:

Be typical for Napoli to cock this up.

I know what you mean although losing to Juventus can't really be seen as cocking up... Losing to them is something that is possible for any team anywhere and this includes them being in their current situation which is rather indifferent to be honest.

I just hope that at least a draw is obtained which wouldn't harm Napoli's confidence at all... A victory for Napoli though could see them run ahead because their football has been sublime domestically. 

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19 minutes ago, SirBalon said:

I know what you mean although losing to Juventus can't really be seen as cocking up... Losing to them is something that is possible for any team anywhere and this includes them being in their current situation which is rather indifferent to be honest.

I just hope that at least a draw is obtained which wouldn't harm Napoli's confidence at all... A victory for Napoli though could see them run ahead because their football has been sublime domestically. 

It would be a cock up, as they are the league leaders, at home, against a poor form Juve. 

Football wise, Napoli have been playing their best since 2012. They should be focusing on one thing and that is the league. Fuck the rest. 

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4 hours ago, SirBalon said:

I know what you mean although losing to Juventus can't really be seen as cocking up... Losing to them is something that is possible for any team anywhere and this includes them being in their current situation which is rather indifferent to be honest.

I just hope that at least a draw is obtained which wouldn't harm Napoli's confidence at all... A victory for Napoli though could see them run ahead because their football has been sublime domestically. 

Disagree. If Napoli want the title, they need to win regardless of how strong the opposition is.

Since 2012 they've done it several times.

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Another big game and Juventus just know how to get through these. For all the possession, Napoli have done nothing with it. Higuain shows his value once again.

That goal killed the crowd and it reflected on the pitch. The whole game was deflated after that. 

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