At 6pm at the San Paolo the Napoli hosts Verona for the second game scheduled for the 8th matchday. Ancelotti's team, fourth to 13 points, hosts Juric's, tenth at 9. The hosts are back from 0-0 against Torino in the match before the break; the guests instead in the last race won 2-0 against Sampdoria in the last challenge with Di Francesco on the bench of the blucerchiati. Referee Marco Piccinini leads the match. STATISTICS AND PREVIOUS – The statistics provided by Opta for the match. The last draw between Naples and Verona in Serie A dates back to April 1988: since then 15 Neapolitan and three Venetian successes. Napoli have won all the last 10 Serie A home matches against Verona: only against the Como (11) has recorded a strip of successes in the longest house in its history in the top series. Napoli gained 13 points in this championship start, in all the last three Serie A seasons the Neapolitan team started better (14 points in 2016/17, 21 in 2017/18 and 15 in 2018/19). Napoli kept the clean sheet only in one of their last nine home games in the league, after he had obtained five clean sheets in the previous seven. Verona scored nine points in the first seven games of this season: the Gialloblu team relegated only on one of the three occasions in which they scored so many points in the first seven Serie A games (2001/02), in the age of three points to victory. Verona scored a goal in all the last six Serie A away matches: the Gialloblu team reached a longer streak only in 1983 (nine external matches in a row on the net). Napoli scored with eight different players, no team counts more in Serie A 2019/20 (like Inter). Verona scored 33% of their goals from outside the area in this league (two out of six): record percentage in Serie A 2019/20.
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