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Roma vs. Napoli: Team news, match discussion, and how to watch Serie A online

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Could we maybe see Insigne at some point today?
Could we maybe see Insigne at some point today?
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It's time for the Derby del Sole once more, with seemingly more on the line today than this rivalry has seen in a long, long time. Both sides desperately need a win to stem the tide of disappointment that 2015 has brought, meaning this should be a very hard fought match indeed.

Roma will be without Francesco Totti, Gervinho, and Maicon, keeping three key starters out of the squad. They also have several other players, most notably several defenders, carrying various minor injuries that could hamper them. Napoli are much healthier at the moment, with several players returning from suspensions or injuries, and with Lorenzo Insigne finally feeling ready to play again after being back with the squad for almost a month.

The match starts at 12:30 p.m. CET (6:30 a.m. ET, and way-too-bleeping early PT) at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.


AS Roma: De Sanctis; Torosidis, Manolas, Astori, Holebas; De Rossi, Pjanic, Nainggolan; Florenzi, Ljajic, Iturbe

Napoli: Andujar; Maggio, Albiol, Britos, Ghoulam; Jorginho, David Lopez; Callejon, De Guzman, Mertens; Higuain

Watch It

TV: beIN Sports (U.S. & Canada), Sky Calcio 1, Sky Sport 1 HD Italia (Italy), ESPN UK/HD (U.K.)

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

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