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Juve's duo poised for success


Pogba primed for success


Juve show off mental strength

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus, Napoli prepare for Serie A's biggest match of the season

Napoli have completed the double over Juventus just three times; in 1958, 1987 and 2010.

You know Juventus versus Napoli is Serie A's biggest game of the season when even New York City's Mayor, Bill de Blasio, is tweeting about it. Broadcast in 200 countries around the world, the duel between Italy's two finest teams this season has enchanted millions with even Mundo Deportivo, the Spanish newspaper, likening the fixture to the spectacle that is El Clasico.

A mouthwatering clash, THE tie of the season, Saturday night will tell us whether Napoli really have what it takes to win the title...

Why Juventus vs. Napoli will be the highlight of the 2015-16 Serie A season

Napoli have completed the double over Juventus just three times; in 1958, 1987 and 2010.
The ESPN FC panel preview Juventus versus Napoli, debating if Napoli can take any points considering Juve's recent form.

It's not decisive, the protagonists insist. Juventus-Napoli is not the Super Bowl. The fate of the Scudetto doesn't depend on it. Thirteen games will remain after this weekend, with 39 points still to play for. The fixture list and the math support their argument, but who are they kidding? Games don't get much bigger than this one.

If Juventus come out on top they will lead Serie A for the first time this season. It's something captain Gigi Buffon admits was "unthinkable" after that October...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juan Cuadrado and Paulo Dybala lead Juventus to 14th straight Serie A win

Despite being linked to the Chelsea job, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri expressed his satisfaction in Turin.

Another Serie A game, another win for Juventus -- their club-record 14th in a row -- who defeated a spirited Frosinone 2-0 to keep pace with Napoli atop the table. Much like Genoa, Roberto Stellone's team adopted a physically defensive approach to frustrate the Bianconeri for as long as they could before the technical superiority of Massimiliano Allegri's men broke the deadlock.

In matches such as these, it's very difficult to play champagne football. Frosinone were desperate to spring a surprise,...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus' wealth of talent gives Allegri options vs. Frosinone

Tottenham Hostpur joins the top 10 as ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop reveals his latest power rankings.

Squad depth is of the utmost importance to teams fighting it out on multiple fronts. Juventus are considered favourites to win Serie A largely because, if they do suffer injuries as they have done recently, they have the bench players necessary to maintain good performances.

The usual argument bandied around by the critics within the peninsula is how would Napoli cope should star striker Gonzalo Higuain be forced to skip a few games due to injury. They would undoubtedly suffer, but even if he...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juan Cuadrado stands out in flat performance as Juve sneak past Genoa

Juan Cuadrado
While Juventus beat Genoa on an own goal, it was Juan Cuadrado's pace that pushed the visitors into the mistake.

Having accrued 13 consecutive Serie A victories, Juventus have broken a club record, one previously held by Antonio Conte's astonishingly strong side of 2013-14. Yet despite beating Genoa 1-0, courtesy of an own goal, this was far from an accomplished performance by the Bianconeri. They managed to hold on largely thanks to their cunning ability to draw out fouls and punish their opponents' heavy-handed approach.

Gian Piero Gasperini's sides are often exhaustive in their manner. Dynamic, relentless...

 By Mark Rodden

Paul Pogba reckons Juventus' Claudio Marchisio looks like Inspector Gadget

Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba thinks that teammate Claudio Marchisio is the spitting image of clumsy cartoon detective Inspector Gadget.

Italy international Marchisio must have felt he looked sharp when he rocked up to training in a black hat, sunglasses and a long coat.

But he was taken down a peg or two as Pogba hummed the theme tune to the much-loved children's series -- or maybe he's more of a fan of the 1999 film starring Matthew Broderick -- in a video he posted for his followers on Instagram.