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Napoli v. Hellas Verona: Lineups and Match Thread

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Dino Panato

The last matchday is here. Let's enjoy this one as much as we can, eh? We won't have another for quite awhile. 

Not too much surprise in the lineup for Napoli. Toni Doblas continues in goal after subbing in for Pepe Reina against Sampdoria for what will be his first and, presumably, only start for Napoli. Christian Maggio will be given another chance to impress Cesare Prandelli in game action leading up to Italy's World Cup training camp, as will Lorenzo Insigne. Henrique Buss gets a runout at his natural position, Miguel Britos is given what will likely be a farewell start, and Blerim Dzemaili is given a start in midfield.

No surprises for Verona, either, as they trot out about as strong a lineup as they can, though their odds of getting a Europa League place are remote at best. Also of note will be watching Luca Toni chase the Capocannoniere crown; Ciro Immobile leads by two goals, but is not in the lineup today for Torino, giving Toni a shot to steal the honors on the last day.

Lineups:
Napoli: Doblas; Maggio, Henrique, Britos, Ghoulam; Dzemaili, Jorginho; Mertens, Callejòn, Insigne; Duvan

Hellas Verona: Nicolas; Cacciatore, Marques, Maietta, Agostini; Sala, Donadel, Hallfredsson; Iturbe, Toni, Marquinho

The match will start shortly at 8:45 PM CET/2:45 PM EST. Television coverage will be on Premium Calcio 3 in Italy, and beIN Sports Play (online streaming) in America. Other live viewing options can be found here (links to illegal streams in the comments will be removed and repeat offenders banned), and as always, you can also follow along with us live on Twitter. If you haven't already, join the community on the Siren’s Song, and join in the discussion below!