Napoli routed Club Brugge 5-0 in their Europa League game. (AP Photo/Salvatore Laporta)
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Napoli host Lazio looking to rebuild confidence around beleaguered coach Maurizio Sarri Sunday as Juventus aim to build on their solid form in Europe by clinching their first league win of the season away to Genoa. With stuttering champions Juventus slipping to 16th after two defeats and a draw, Napoli's sluggish start to Serie A under Sarri had almost gone unnoticed – until Diego Maradona dropped a bombshell last week.Both goals came courtesy of well-traveled AC Milan striker Alessandro Matri, who, having played on loan for Fiorentina, Genoa and Juventus, was given a hostile reception after he signed a loan deal with Lazio until the end of the season.Thanks to Matri's brace, Lazio are only three points off the pace of Inter, who are two points clear of a clutch of sides notably including Torino, Chievo, Sampdoria and Roma.
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