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Napoli aim to keep up Serie A winning streak in showdown with Inter

Napoli aim to keep up Serie A winning streak in showdown with Inter

Napoli are hoping to secure an all-time record of a 12 consecutive Serie A win when they travel to Inter Milan as action resumes in Italy's top division after a break of seven weeks during the World Cup and the festive season.

Fifth-placed Inter looking to be in among the four top Champions League qualifying spots, they'll have to battle against the Napoli team that recorded a club record of eleven successive Serie A victories in a season that ended before the break.

Napoli Manager Luciano Spalletti will be determined to keep his momentum going, and he'll be able to be sure of a fully-equipped team for the match. A win could be tied with Napoli with the longest winning streak of Juventus in the top flight, established during the 2017-18 season. Inter The team, which is 11 points ahead of Napoli and are without the injured midfielder Marcelo Brozovic.

AC Milan cannot afford to slide if they are to continue to challenge Napoli to win the title. Stefano Pioli's second-placed team trails Napoli by eight points, and they will have to face mid-table Salernitana who have only won one of their six Serie A meetings against Milan. Milan is without defender Fode Ballo-Toure , who is absent for a month due to an injury to the shoulder,stated by slot machine online casino.

Cremonese, a struggling team, face a daunting to face at home to Massimiliano Allegri's Juventus which has yet to record any league wins this season. Juventus are able to make use of Wojciech Szczesny to play in the match and the Polish goalkeeper returning to full fitness following recovery from an injury to his neck.

Angel Di Maria and Leandro Paredes are also available after their World Cup win together with Argentina. Fourth-placed Lazio travel to lowly Lecce. Jose Mourinho's AS Roma host Bologna.