Bet365 Preview: Napoli vs AC Milan: Back both teams to score

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Both sides have not failed to find the net in their last three meetings and another goal feast will be expected in Naples

Napoli welcome AC Milan to Stadio San Paolo for their Italian Serie A encounter on Saturday night.

Maurizio Sarri’s men will be looking to have a stronger grip on the log having gathered 35 points from 12 games, leading their closest rival - Juventus with just a point.

Though they have not been impressive in their last two outings, losing 4-2 to Manchester City in the Champions League before playing a bore 0-0 draw with Chievo in the league, they will still be expected to come out on top here.

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Prior to their loss to City, they have gone 18 matches unbeaten and will look to return to winning ways on their turf. Bet365 is offering (1.44) for them to seal their 11th victory in the Italian top flight this term.

Both sides sharing the spoils is priced at (4.33).

For Vincenzo Montella’s side, they are in seventh spot on the log, just a place below the Europa League qualification zone and 13 points adrift of their opponent having garnered 19 points in 12 matches.

Two wins in eight previous encounters across board means they will be coming into this clash as underdogs at the odds of (7.00).

Napoli-Milan PS

The Naples outfit have not tasted defeat in their past five meetings with their guests and the betting firm is offering (1.11) for them to avoid defeat.

Napoli have not failed to find the back of the net in 23 of their previous 25 games in all competitions. Besides, they have scored 30 goals in 13 past outings while their visitors have registered at least a goal when both sides met in their last three duels. Therefore (1.50) is on offer for more than three goals to surface and (1.61) is up for grabs for both teams to score with Bet365.

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