Napoli's Belgian forward Dries Mertens (hidden) is celebrated by teammates after scoring during the Italian Serie A football match between Lazio and Napoli at Olympic Stadium in Rome on September 20, 2017. / AFP / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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Juventus and Napoli will be looking to make it six wins out of six in Serie A Saturday before must-win Champions League games next week.Juventus lost their European curtain raiser 3-0 to Barcelona and sparks should fly in the highly-anticipated Turin derby against an improving Torino before meeting Greek club Olympiakos Wednesday.Napoli and Juventus are top of the Italian league table with a maximum 15 points with the Naples side ahead on goal difference with 19 scored – five more than Juventus.Inter Milan – third, two points behind the leaders after their winning streak was halted by a stalled 1-1 draw at Bologna – host winless Genoa, as city rivals AC Milan, a point behind, travel to Sampdoria.
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