Betting Preview: Napoli v Lazio: Back Maurizio Sarri’s men to win either half

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Partenopei will leave no stone unturned against the Biancocelesti in their quest to extend their lead at the top of the log

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

Maurizio Sarri’s men will be going all out against their visitors as anything short of the maximum points could see them dethroned from the summit of the log given that they are just one point above their closest rivals, Juventus.

Maurizio Sarri Napoli coach

However, having won their last four games, and secured victories in four of their previous five meetings with Simone Inzaghi’s charges, they should come out on top at the price of (1.61) with Bet365.

Both sides have met 38 times and only nine have ended in draws. Punters who are bold can back a stalemate at the end of 90 minutes at odds of (4.33).

Lazio are currently not in their best form, having failed to secure victory in their last three encounters. Besides, their record outside Stadio Olimpico has not been impressive winning just once in six duels. Therefore, the betting outfit is putting up (5.00) for them to upset the odds having been tagged underdogs.

Partenopei have only lost once in their last six home games, winning their previous two, therefore, the bookmakers are backing them at odds of (1.18) to avoid defeat here.

Napoli v Lazio

Napoli have registered the opening goal in their last five meetings with the Biancocelesti and the betting firm is tipping them to record a similar feat in the outing at the price of (1.44).

In addition, the Campania outfit have won either half in eight of their previous nine engagements and Bet365 is offering (1.33) for another one at Stadio San Paolo.

*Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.

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