LionsBet Preview: Napoli – RB Leipzig: Back Partenopei for the first leg advantage

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The Campania outfit might have dropped to Europe’s second tier competition but their dominance in the Italian top-flight looks set to aid them here

SS Napoli and RB Leipzig will do battle in the Uefa Europa League round of 32 at the San Paolo on Thursday night.

Partenopei were not at their very best in the Uefa Champions League as they could only finish third in Group F behind Manchester City and Shakhtar Donetsk.

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The story is however different in the Italian Serie A were they have led for much of the campaign even though just one point ahead of Juventus.

The Europa League presents a chance for Napoli to win silverware this season and are quoted at odds of (2.15) with LionsBet for a first leg advantage.

Die Rotten Bullen did have a decent maiden campaign in Europe’s premier club competition although it could only see them finish third in Group G behind Besiktas and FC Porto.

They are currently second in the German Bundesliga and having got what it takes to go up against the Europe’s biggest sides, Leipzig are priced at (3.50) for the away win.

Both sides playing to a stalemate is valued at a chunky (3.60).

Maurizio Sarri’s men are favourites here for the reason that they have won their last eight games on the bounce. For that, they are (1.25) to avoid defeat on their turf.

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If there’s one thing that stands out about these two teams is that their games are never devoid of goals. This is true as their respective previous six games have witnessed three or more goals.

Backing that in the Campania capital is available at (1.85) while both sides scoring at (1.65) wouldn’t be out of place either.

Lorenzo Insigne has four goals to his name in Europe this term while Timo Werner has three for Leipzig. LionsBet are offers them at (2.00) and (1.80) respectively to score anytime.

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