Despite statistics favoring the champions, Napoli came out on top in the Allianz Stadium last April.
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Carlo Ancelotti faces his first big test of Napoli's title ambitions this season as he heads north to his former club Juventus Saturday in a top-of-the-table clash which could allow them to pull level with the champions. Ancelotti's side are three points behind Juventus who have a 100 percent record after six games.Ancelotti, who coached Juventus from 1999 to 2001 before leaving for AC Milan where he made his name during a trophy-laden eight years, took over from Maurizio Sarri at the end of last season.Ancelotti has been rotating his squad ahead of the Juventus game and next week's Champions League clash against Liverpool with nine changes made for the 3-0 win midweek over Parma.Simone Inzaghi's Lazio, who lost their opening two games to Juventus and Napoli, can head confidently into the game on a four-game league winning streak.
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