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Chievo vs. Napoli: How to watch, lineups and discussion

Rafa Benitez again drops Marek Hamsik from his starting XI.

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Hellllllo everyone! Are we all ready for the wave of excitement that comes with every game played by Chievo? Or the dread, I suppose, that comes from facing the Flying Donkeys. Chievo are something of a bogey team for Napoli -- in the 13 matches played between the two sides, Napoli have managed to lose six times. HOW?

We're not really sure. As Conor points out in his preview:

They're not good, they have nothing to make them compelling or interesting, and they just won't go away despite a number of tries to get them relegated over the years.

In short, we hate the FFD. Rafa, however, may be underestimating their powers. Because...well, this is an interesting lineup.


Chievo Verona: Bizzarri; Izco, Cesar, Gamberini, Zukanovic; Birsa, Radovanovic, Hetemaj, Schelotto; Pellissier, Paloschi

Napoli: Rafael; Maggio, Albiol, Britos, Strinic; David Lopez, Jorginho; Gabbiadini, De Guzman, Mertens; Higuain

How to watch

Time: 3 p.m. CET / 9 a.m. ET

TV: beIN Sport en Español (USA); Sky Calcio 2, Premium Calcio 3 (Italy)

Online: beIN Sport Connect (USA and Canada)

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!