Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Spartak Moscow vs Napoli Tv Channel

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Spartak Moscow vs Napoli Kick-Off Time

15:30 GMT

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Spartak Moscow vs Napoli Lineups

Spartak Moscow vs Napoli Odds

HOME TEAM : 3.65

DRAW : 3.10

AWAY TEAM : 1.59

Spartak Moscow vs Napoli Prediction


Spartak Moscow vs Napoli Live Score

Spartak Moscow vs Napoli Preview

It's an early start to this week's UEFA Europa League (UEL) action but Spartak Moscow (W1, D1, L2) are hoping to steer clear of an early exit as avoiding defeat against Napoli will boost their chances of reaching the knockout stages. Sitting in the bottom half of the Russian Premier League, they haven’t won a competitive match since October (D4, L3) so a tough task awaits.
Nevertheless, despite conceding the second fastest goal in UEL history in the reverse fixture back in September, they beat Napoli 3-2 to claim their first win over Italian opponents since 1989. However, they’ve lost all three European home fixtures this term, so there’s no guarantee of a repeat, and subsequently the ten-time Russian champions will be outsiders for this clash.
Napoli's unbeaten start to the Serie A season finally ended on Sunday when they were beaten 3-2 by Inter Milan. Gaining revenge over Spartak with victory here would guarantee them a top-two finish in a competitive Group C (W2, D1, L1) so they’ve added incentive to get back to winning ways straight away.
After drawing 2-2 with Leicester City and beating Legia Warsaw 4-1 on their travels, their UEL away form is encouraging, although they’re yet to win a European game in Russia (D2, L1). They’ve lost just one of their last six UEL away games though (W3, D2), highlighting why they remain among the favourites to win this tournament outright, so they’ve reason to be confident ahead of this trip.
Players to watch: Spartak’s Alexandr Sobolev netted at the weekend and three of his last four competitive strikes came before half-time. Meanwhile, Piotr Zieliński scored Napoli’s first goal in three of their last four competitive fixtures, two of them between the 50th and 65th minute.
Hot stat: Four of the combined seven UEL games these two sides have played this term witnessed scoring inside the first 15 minutes.



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