Juventus vs. Napoli, Serie A: with Cristiano Ronaldo and Chucky Lozano, match, live stream, line ups, predictions and how to watch on TV onlineIt's an important match to qualify for the cups
Except for an unlikely comeback, Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus begins to say goodbye to the idea of a tenth consecutive Scudetto, but his coach Andrea Pirlo has at least to get the Turinese to qualify for the next Champions League and this Wednesday they have a crucial game for it against Napoli of Chucky Lozano.
This clash between Juve and Napoli should have been disputed on the third day at the beginning of October, but due to the COVID-19 cases among the Neapolitans they caused a legal mess. First, the match against Napoli was considered lost by default, but then it was decided that the clash should be rescheduled since he had not been able to make the trip.
With 10 light matches still to be played, Juventus and Napoli are tied on points in the fourth step of the standings. In the other match between the two in this Serie A, Napoli won 1-0 on February 13.
When Juventus visited Napoli in February, the "bianconeri" aspired to everything. They had just won the Italian Super Cup precisely after beating Naples 2-0 and had just qualified for the Italian Cup final (in May against Atalanta). They were still alive in the Champions League, where Porto eliminated them in the round of 16.
But everything has changed since the defeat at the Diego Armando Maradona stadium and Juventus have been pushed out of the race for the Scudetto after disappointing against second-row teams (draws against Hellas Verona and Torino, defeat against Benevento).
Juventus' currently two points behind Atalanta (third place), four points behind Milan (second place) and, above all, 12 points behind the leader, Inter, who can distance themselves even more if they win their match on Wednesday against Sassuolo (ninth place) and the Turinese don beat Naples.
Where to watch Napoli vs. Juventus
The game where "Chucky" Lozano and Cristiano Ronaldo will face can be seen this Wednesday at 11:30 am on ESPN.