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Napoli's match against Inter will not determine Juve's main rival, says Pandev
The Partenopei attacker believes that his side's clash with the Nerazzurri will not serve as an indicator on who will be the more dangerous team for the Bianconeri in Serie ANapoli forward Goran Pandev does not think that their match against Inter this weekend will reveal the strongest league rival to Juventus this season.
The Serie A title holders currently top the league with a two-point lead over the Partenopei, while the Nerazzurri sit third, four points behind the table-toppers.
However, Pandev has played down the importance of the upcoming fixture, reminding that there are still a lot of matches to be played this term.
"It will be a very interesting game," the Macedonia international told reporters. "I honestly don't think, however, that it will serve to see which side will be the anti-Juventus.
"The championship is still very long. We'll just look to give our best and then we'll see where we end up," the 29-year-old concluded.
The game between Inter and Napoli is set to be played at the Giuseppe Meazza, with the kick-off scheduled for 20.45CET.
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