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Torino vs. Napoli: Confirmed lineups, match discussion, and how to watch Serie A online

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As the end of the season pulls slowly nearer, every match takes on more and more importance for Napoli. Today's tilt against Torino is no exception, especially with Roma just three points ahead in the table and the giallorossi hosting Juventus on Monday. With that chance to pull closer to the top two, today's result could prove vital down the stretch run of the season.

With that in mind, Rafa Benitez has put out as close to a full-strength side as he can. Ivan Strinic returns at left back, hoping to prove that his down performance against Palermo two weeks ago was just a blip on the radar, and Mariano Andujar is back in goal for the third time in four matches despite Rafael Cabral looking good on Thursday.

Just friggin' win.

Torino: Padelli; Moretti, Glik, Bovo; Peres, Gazzi, El Kaddouri, Farnerud, Darmian; Quagliarella, Martinez

Napoli: Andujar; Maggio, Albiol, Koulibaly, Strinic; Gargano, David Lopez; Callejon, Hamsik, De Guzman; Higuain

Watch It

TV: RAI International (U.S. & Canada), Sky Sport 1 HD Italia, Sky Calcio 1, Premium Calcio/HD (Italy)

Online: beIN Sport Connect (U.S. & Canada), Sky GO Italia (Italy)

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