Napoli's Italian forward Lorenzo Insigne (L) celebrates after scoring a penalty during the Italian Serie A football match between SSC Napoli and Hellas Verona FC on April 10, 2016 at San Paolo stadium in Naples. AFP / CARLO HERMANN
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Napoli's Serie A title credentials face the acid test on a trip to Inter Milan Saturday when record-chasing striker Gonzalo Higuain sits out the second of a four-game ban for the visitors.By then, the dream of a first scudetto in 26 years could be over for Maurizio Sarri's men, whose shock 3-1 defeat to Udinese two weeks ago left them six points behind leaders Juventus.Roma are unbeaten in 11 games, since a 1-0 defeat to Juventus in late January, but Atalanta – one of Italy's best-supported teams – have won their past two home outings including a shock 2-1 defeat of AC Milan a fortnight ago. A Roma defeat would obviously be welcomed by Inter, but former Roma and Italy defender Vincent Candela believes the capital side can aim even higher and snatch the league's second, automatic Champions League spot from Napoli.
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