[ClevPicks Prediction]: Napoli vs. Liverpool: The Reds Hard To Win?
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Today will be Napoli vs Liverpool. 1st round of UEFA Champions League. Game starts at 20:00, Sept 7 2022, UK time.
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It's Napoli meet Liverpool at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona in 1st round of UEFA Champions League on Wednesday 7 September.
When Liverpool hosts Napoli in their opening Champions League Group A match on Wednesday, the Reds will be hoping that their recent domestic woes do not spill over into the European scene.
Prior to playing Ajax and Rangers in Group A, the two teams will resume their rivalries at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona. The Partenopei have had a far better start to their league season.
Home team: Napoli (Last 10 games in new season: 5-5-0 Scored 22 goals and conceded 9 goals)
Naples continues to hear rumors of a Serie A title challenge as Luciano Spalletti's team defeated Lazio to get back on track after dropping four points against Fiorentina and Lecce at the end of August.
For Napoli, who had fallen down to Mattia Zaccagni's fourth-minute goal before Kim Min-jae tied things up with a header just before halftime, the vivacious Khvicha Kvaratskhelia scored his fourth Serie A goal of the year to take all three points.
The expectations for Kvaratskhelia, the golden boy of Georgia, in the Champions League are at an all-time high as Napoli attempts to maintain their unbeaten start to the season. The 21-year-old has certainly adapted well to the Serie A landscape.
Napoli is currently leading Serie A with 11 points from its first 15 available games, ahead of Scudetto holders AC Milan on goal differential. The Partenopei are preparing for their first Champions League group stage appearance since 2019–20.
Granada and Barcelona, both from Spain, dealt Napoli two successive Europa League last-32 exits in the previous two seasons, but Spalletti's team is in fine shape thanks to an eight-game unbeaten home Champions League streak since November 2017.
Hirving Lozano's frightening injury during Napoli's Saturday victory over Lazio was a downer. He was stretchered off after colliding heads with Adam Marusic at the conclusion of the first half, but scans revealed no facial fractures, so he will be available here.
The promising Giacomo Raspadori is on standby after Victor Osimhen missed team practice earlier this week due to a muscular issue, but Matteo Politano should be ready to fill in alongside Kvaratskhelia in the final third.
After leading Roma, Zenit St. Petersburg, and Inter Milan into battle in the top tier, Spalletti, 63, is gearing up for another Champions League campaign with a fourth team. Diego Demme needs a little more time to fully recover from a broken foot, but the Italian coach is otherwise well-stocked for the match.
Aside from the playing personnel, Spalletti also got hurt this week; the Napoli manager will be wearing a sling on the sidelines due to a fractured shoulder.
Away team: Liverpool (Last 10 games in new season: 4-3-3 Scored 23 goals and conceded 11 goals)
In the Merseyside derby, Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford consistently stopped Jurgen Klopp's team, and the Reds manager had his own shot-stopper to thank for keeping the scoreless at Goodison Park.
While Darwin Nunez and Roberto Firmino were unable to penetrate Pickford's impenetrable wall, Neal Maupay will still have nightmares about the gilt-edged opportunity that Alisson Becker denied him. Nevertheless, it was again another worrisome performance from Klopp's team.
Naturally, injuries have not helped the six-time European champions, especially in the engine room, but with only two victories out of a potential six, they are currently ranked seventh in the standings and six points behind Arsenal at this early stage.
Although a trip to Naples may not initially inspire confidence in the Anfield faithful after their three consecutive losses on the road in the top flight, Klopp's team remarkably won all six of their Champions League away games last season before falling to Real Madrid in the final by a score of 1-0.
On the field, the shrewd veteran Carlo Ancelotti and his Blancos team showcased their continental nous in a mirror image of the 2018 final, but the game's highlight will be remembered most for the scandalous scenes that occurred outside the Stade de France both before and after kickoff.
Liverpool and Napoli had previously faced off in the Champions League group stages of both the 2018–19 and 2019–20 seasons, but the Reds only came out on top in one of those games and have failed to score in each of their three trips to the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.
Meanwhile, Fabio Carvalho, 20, was left off the team alongside Curtis Jones after being forced to leave the game at the weekend due to a dead leg. This has made Liverpool's midfield situation much worse (shin).
Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Jordan Henderson are already absent for Klopp, but Thiago Alcantara is anticipated to return to training this week and may be able to compete for a spot in the traveling squad. James Milner is more likely to start, but Juventus loanee Arthur might make his debut at Napoli. Klopp would undoubtedly advise care over the injured Spaniard.
Calvin Ramsay, Caoimhin Kelleher, and Ibrahima Konate are also present in the Liverpool dressing room, and Klopp has to call Andy Robertson back to the side right away after selecting Kostas Tsimikas at Goodison.
History: (Napoli are not afraid of Liverpool)
Liverpool 1-1 Napoli 28/11/2019 Champions League
Napoli 2-0 Liverpool 18/09/2019 Champions League
Liverpool 0-3 Napoli 29/07/2019 Friendly Match
Liverpool 1-0 Napoli 12/12/2018 Champions League
Napoli 1-0 Liverpool 04/10/2018 Champions League
Liverpool 5-0 Napoli 05/08/2018 Friendly Match
Although the potential addition of Arthur will only help Liverpool advance, Klopp's attackers have had trouble winning over the crowd thus far, and they must now try something that no Liverpool team has ever done before: score an away goal against Napoli.
Following the sale of Kalidou Koulibaly, Spalletti's team is far from being impenetrable at the back, but the Serie A leaders can be confident about winning the midfield battle this week. We believe the Partenopei will continue their unbeaten Champions League home run at the expense of Liverpool's illustrious away streak.
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