Napoli and Juventus have been separated by one point for more than two months.
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North and south.The most successful club in Serie A history and one that hasn't won the title in nearly three decades.An extremely deep squad and one that uses only 12 to 13 players and can't afford injuries.The contrasts between six-time defending champions Juventus and league leaders Napoli are endless.Napoli and Juventus, meanwhile, have been separated by one point for more than two months.Juventus drew to within one point in early December after winning at Napoli 1-0, with a goal from none other than former Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain. The teams don't meet again until Apr. 22, five rounds before the end of the season.Higuain resurrected his career by scoring 36 goals to break a 66-year-old Serie A record at Napoli in 2015-2016, then broke fans' hearts by transferring to Juventus for an Italian-record 90 million euros ($100 million).
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