It appears as though Rafa Benitez is sticking with his traditional 4-2-3-1 formation despite him floating the idea of a three-man back line, with Henrique Buss at right back and Anthony Reveillere flipped to the left side. The prediction that has followed through, however, is that Gonzalo Higuain has been given a rest with Duvan Zapata handed a rare start. Raul Albiol has also been given a rest ahead of the Juventus match, with Miguel Britos getting the nod at center back.
Catania have returned to the 3-5-2 that they've used as a change of pace at times this season, though it's a bit of an unconventional one as their "strikers", Keko and Pablo Barrientos, are both much more naturally wingers. It's unorthodox, and could do a fair bit to contain Catania's ability to put together a sustained threat at goal.
Catania: Andujar; Bellusci, Gyomber, Legrottaglie; Peruzzi, Izco, Rinaudo, Lodi, Monzon; Barrientos, Keko
Napoli: Reina; Henrique, Fernandez, Britos, Reveillere; Jorginho, Dzemaili; Insigne, Hamsik, Callejòn; Zapata
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