Liverpool vs Napoli – UEFA Champions League:On the 5th round of Group E of the Champions League we will have at Anfield
The encounter between Liverpool and Napoli.
This is the big match of this round in this group, since if Liverpool wins it, they might already qualify for the next stage of the Champions League,
while on the other side of the pitch we will have a Napoli side that knows that if they win they might also get to a good position.
What is certain is that the Italians are on a difficult situation, being winless for many matches and with well below what was expected performances for a team of this quality. All that’s left to know is if Napoli will be able to perform well or not.
Liverpool is owning in the Premier League where they continue to be unstoppable, having won once again this weekend away from home against Crystal Palace by 2-1.
Liverpool is in first place of the Premier League with 37 points conquered, thanks to a record of 12 victories and only 1 draw.
Liverpool is on a streak of 4 consecutive victories and on this Champions League they have 3 consecutive victories after the initial loss against Napoli, having beaten Red Bull Salzburg and twice against the Belgians of Genk.
Liverpool is leading this group with 9 points conquered but they only have a 1-point advantage over Napoli. For this match, Jurgen Klopp won’t be able to count with Clyne and Matip.
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Liverpool vs Napoli – Betting Tips: :
Napoli is going through a difficult stage with the team not showing a lot of quality on their performances and an apathy that has strangely taken over a group that counted with extremely dynamic football, being very attacking. Napoli is winless for 6 consecutive matches, with their last victory taking place in Salzburg by 3-2. In the Italian Serie A, they are winless for 5 matches, which already took them off the European spots, with the team now sitting in 7th place with 20 points conquered, being already 17 points away from the leaders Juventus. On the past weekend, they’ve drawn in San Siro against AC Milan by 1-1. The French Malcuit is an absence on the side of Napoli.