The SSC Naples is still in the middle of the battle for the Scudetto. However, on the 32nd matchday Napoli have to go to AC Milan in the San Siro (live on DAZN at 3pm), while Juve has the supposedly easier task against Sampdoria. SPOX tells you what you need to know about the game and the fight for the Series A championship and tells you where to watch the game live.
The SSC Naples is now four points behind the leader Juventus Turin. In the past five games, Napoli have lost some of their first-half sovereignty. The SSC only managed two victories since the beginning of March and Naples struggled with them more badly than quite to the threesome. A defeat against the Roma, a draw against Inter and a further division of points against Sassuolo led Juve away.
Napoli’s form curve points downwards before the guest appearance in San Siro, but this is no different with the hosts. After an outstanding February with six wins in six matches, the Rossoneri have been wrestling with FC Arsenal since they retired from the Europa League. Milan have been without victory for three games and must look back.
The unleashed AC Florence is lurking in seventh place and is only two points behind Milan – and could still challenge the Rossoneri for the firmly scheduled European Cup place.
Currently, the Serie A games are neither shown on free TV nor on pay TV. Instead, the DAZN streaming service has secured broadcasting rights for Series A, the Primera Division, Ligue 1 and the Premier League.
DAZN is a live streaming service specialising in the broadcasting of up to 8,000 sporting events per year. In addition to top international football, the streaming service also offers numerous top-class matches from the North American professional leagues NBA, MLB, NFL and NHL.
A DAZN subscription costs 9.99 Euro per month and can be cancelled at any time. The first month is free for testing.
If you can’t see the top match between Milan and Napoli in the live stream, you’ll still be on the ball with the LIVETICKER from SPOX.
Between the SSC Naples and Juventus Turin, the most exciting battle of all European top leagues for the title is currently raging. The importance of the Scudetto for Napoli became clear not least in the knockout matches of the Europa League against RB Leipzig. Napoli coach Sarri sent a better B-team into the first leg. Napoli lost and retired in the second leg despite a win in the second leg.
Napoli subordinates everything else to the goal of the championship and puts everything on one card. The motto is: stay in close contact with Juve until you can put the Lucky Punch in direct contact on April 22nd.
This season, Milan wanted to return to the glorious days of the past. The Rossoneri invested almost 200 million euros in new player material before the season. However, the result of the buying rush is a single disappointment.
Milan are sixth in Serie A with 52 points and now even have to worry about taking part in the European Cup, as their lead over the Fiorentina has narrowed to two points. In the Europa League, too, their own claims came to an early end (eighth-final elimination against Arsenal). Only the Coppa Italia is running for Milan.
In the quarter-finals, they beat their arch-rivals Inter and in the semi-finals, Milan’s Lazio defeated Rome. On 9 May, the Rossoneri can at least bring the season to a conciliatory end by beating Juve in the final.
The record of the past years against the SSC Naples is frightening for every fan of AC Milan. The Rossoneri have only won one of the last ten matches and lost four of the last five.