Let's keep this simple: Roma won again, so Napoli have to win. Unfortunately, this is a tricky away match to a very underrated Torino side, and Napoli have lost three straight away from the San Paolo. Let's break that streak, shall we?
Both teams are throwing out as close to a full-strength lineup as they can muster right now, with Napoli putting out their long-standard starting eleven. Jose Callejon and Lorenzo Insigne seemed somewhat revived last week, but if their form droops at all, hopefully Maruizio Sarri will be quick to bring in Dries Mertens, Manolo Gabbiadini, or Omar El Kaddouri.
As far as Torino is concerned, Napoli will have to be very careful of Andrea Belotti. The young Italian striker has been on a hot streak of late, scoring six goals in his last nine matches. While that's a far cry from Gonzalo Higuain at his best -- Higuain is the one with a chance at the single-season Serie A goalscoring record, after all -- Belotti is still well capable of giving Napoli's sometimes-shaky defense a lot of problems.
Napoli: Reina; Hysaj, Albiol, Koulibaly, Ghoulam; Allan, Jorginho, Hamsik; Callejon, Higuain, Insigne
Torino: Padelli; Bovo, Jansson, Silva; Zappacosta, Acquah, Vives, Benassi, Peres; Belotti, Martinez
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