Napoli Lazio Football Live Stream as bet365 report bets on Serie A leaders to consolidate at top

Joint Serie A leaders Lazio will look to keep the pressure up at the top of the table when they embark upon a tough trip to Naples to take on Napoli as Bet365 report they have a perfect football live stream and free bets on all games from Serie A this weekend.

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Edoardo Reja’s side have enjoyed an impressive start to the season, and sit level on points with Udinese at the top of the table, taking advantage of the postpones fixture between Napoli and Juventus before the international break due to flooding.

Napoli have demonstrated the talents that helped them secure a place in the Champions League last season in fits and spurts, beating AC Milan and Villarreal earlier in the season but dropping points in Europe to Bayern Munich and surprisingly coming undone against 8th placed club Catania before the two week break for international fixtures.

The home sides impressive front line will be a concern for Lazio, with the dangerous Edinson Cavani hoping to add to his four goals in Serie A already.

The Uruguayan striker demonstrated his ample talents in the same fixture last season , claiming an impressive hat trick to help move his side up into the top two as the end of the season reached his climax. It would have been music to the ears of Walter Mazzarri this week when the prolific striker insisted he had no intentions of leaving the Stadio San Paolo any time soon.

The rearranged fixture with Juventus means Napoli have a tough month ahead of them, playing the Old lady of Turin after difficult games against Manchester City in the Champions league and Atalanta after the fixture against Lazio.

Senad Lulic will look to use the game against Napoli to banish the nightmares of mid-week after the defender was sent off in Bosnia’s play-off defeat against Portugal on Tuesday. Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko laid the blame for the defeat at Lulic’s door, and the experienced defender will be desperate to end the week on a high.

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