After their midweek battling draw with Barcelona, Napoli turns their attention to the Serie A. The 6th placed side welcome Torino to the Stadio San Paolo as they seek to continue the decent form that has seen them record four wins in five.
Torino, who sits in 14th place and level on points with Udinese are traveling to Naples as the team with the joint-worst form in Serie A having lost their last five games.
The visitors who sit just five points above Genoa in the relegation zone will be looking to pick up valuable points as the season approaches its home run.
Gennaro Gattuso will be without defender Kalidou Koulibaly who has been out since suffering a thigh injury in the 2-1 defeat to Parma. Elsewhere, Faouzi Ghoolam, striker Fernando Llorente (illness), and Amin Younes remain sidelined. Meanwhile, the visitors are still without teenage striker Vincenzo Millico who nurses a back injury.
Head to Head
In the last five meetings between both sides, the hosts have recorded two wins, with the rest ending in a stalemate.
After a mixed campaign that resulted in the sacking legendary coach Ancelloti, Napoli has picked up a good run of form, recording seven wins in their last ten games in all competitions.
Torino meanwhile continues a poor form with no win in their last five matches.
Napoli last five matches in all competitions: DWWWL
Torino last five games in all competitions: LLLLL
Napoli is on a fine run of form ahead of this game after they managed to pick a 1-1 draw against Barcelona in midweek.
The home side has lost just one of their last eight competitive games and they have won six of those matches.
Napoli has also won four of their last five league games and they took the lead in four of those matches as well.
The home side has, however, being struggling at home as they have won just one of their last eight home league games and lost five of those matches.
Torino is on a terrible run of form ahead of this game as they have lost all their last five consecutive league games.
The visitors have been trying their best with seven of their eleven away games ending a win or loss and also being decided by a single goal.
They also have a poor record when they concede first as Torino has lost 11 of the 12 league games that they have conceded the first goal.
Napoli to win @ 4/9
Under 2.5 Goals @ 23/20
Both Teams to Score/No @ 21/20