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Match in Focus

17:00 TODAY SS5

Juventus v Napoli

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • The Italian Super Cup has averaged four goals per game since 2006
Expert verdict
Juventus and Napoli fly to Doha to contest the Italian Super Cup and it could pay to anticipate an open encounter at the end of a tough run of winter fixtures. Juve won 4-2 after extra-time when the teams collided in this fixture two years ago and the attacking firepower both possess could see goals rain down again.