This is it. The final game. The last full measure. The conclusion of a long Serie A season that saw Napoli start horribly, rise to the top of the league, and then struggle their way into a desperate finish.
A few months ago, this match against Frosinone was supposed to be stress-free, with the title or at worst second place already locked up. Instead, Napoli face a must-win situation if they want to keep second place and the guaranteed spot in the Champions League group stage it brings. Draw or lose, and a win for Roma against Milan means that Napoli finish third. We don't want that.
To that end, Maurizio Sarri has sent out his first-choice lineup with one change, with Vlad Chiriches starting in place of the suspended Raul Albiol. The same can't be said for ex-Napoli striker and current Frosinone manager Roberto Stellone, who has to patch together a lineup without several key players, key players who in January couldn't keep Napoli from romping to a 5-1 win.
As long as Napoli can play at that same level again, they should get the result they need -- but they need to focus on the task at hand now more than they have at any time this season.
Napoli: Reina; Hysaj, Chiriches, Koulibaly, Ghoulam; Allan, Jorginho, Hamsik; Callejon, Higuain, Insigne
Frosinone: Zappino; M Ciofani, Russo, Blanchard, Crivello; Frara, Gori, Sammarco, Kragl; D Ciofani, Dionisi
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