Bet365 Preview: Napoli - Inter Milan: Expect both teams to score

Both sides boast of potent attacks and will be expected to find the back of the net when they clash

Napoli square up with Inter Milan on Saturday for their Serie A encounter at Stadio San Paolo as they hope to continue their topflight dominance.

Partenopei will be coming into this duel on the back of their 2-1 loss to Manchester City in the Uefa Champions League and will be looking to get back to winning ways.

Napoli Serie A

Maurizio Sarri’s men are unbeaten in the league as they have secured the maximum points in all their eight games.

Besides that, they have won 12 of their last 14 engagements and Bet365 is offering (1.61) for them to continue with the impressive form.

Both sides have met 36 times with seven ending in draws. odds of (4.20) are on offer for the same result to repeat itself here.

Inter boast of 22 points in eight games and occupy second spot on the log, two short of their opponents who sit at the summit. They have come out on top in 15 of their last 18 games and are a pricy (5.00) for victory in the Campania capital.

Inter Milan Serie A

The Naples outfit have socred 34 goals in 13 matches while their visitors have netted 26 in the same number of games. Bet365 is offering (1.53) for more than three goals to be produced at the Sao Paolo and (1.57) for both sides to find the net.

Dries Mertens has socred seven league goals this term and can be backed at (1.57) to increase his tally anytime in the tie.

Mauro Icardi was the hero in the Milan Derby last weekend with a fantastic hattrick as the Nerazzurri ran out 3-2 victors. The Argentine forward now has nine goals from eight league games and is (1.901.90) to score anytime.

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