Juve plays the Champions League

Napoli can snatch fourth place in Serie A from Juventini today. Inter also recovers the match against Sassuolo.

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Italian football closes today a story that began on October 3, the first day of this eternal Juve-Naples. The Neapolitan Health Authority blocked the Southerners for the positives of Elmas and Zielinski and for having played in the previous weekend with Genoa, whose outbreak reached 18 infected. The first two degrees of sports justice condemned the Southerners with defeat, but the Guarantee College of the Olympic Committee decided that the clash had to be played.

There was another controversial postponement, because both teams decided to go from March 17 to today (annoying Roma a lot), and Juve's tifosi asked for another one, because the outbreak of the Italian team left the vecchia signora without Bonucci or Bernardeschi ( while Demiral tested negative just yesterday). For them, who live a season to forget, it is a fundamental afternoon. Having only one point against Benevento and Torino put even the Champions League qualification in jeopardy. Losing it would be a historical slip, but the danger exists, since now they are fourth with the same points as Napoli, who knocked them down at Maradona and live a moment opposite to the bianconeri.

Pirlo confirmed the meeting between Agnelli and Allegri, but spoke with confidence: he does not feel on the line, nor does he believe that today's match will be decisive. In Italy they assure that a defeat would already close his cycle, and the coach, to avoid it, will have one more weapon, Dybala. The Argentine, after three months out and the punishment for dinner at McKennie's house, is hungry and available. He will have space throughout the game next to Morata and Cristiano: the future of the three is a great unknown, but today nobody thinks about that. Gattuso canceled his crisis with 16 points in the last six days and, this afternoon, he has the entire squad at his disposal, ready to give his friend Andrea the final blow.

Inter, meanwhile, today also recovers the match against Sassuolo. Conte, with a victory (it would be the tenth in a row) would extend his advantage over second place to 11 points, taking a decisive step for the alirón that will interrupt nine years of Bianconera hegemony. Milan, Juve and Naples have paved the way for him.

Today's games:

-Inter-Sassuolo (MLC) 18: 45

-Juventus-Naples (#Vamos) 18: 45



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