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Napoli coach Rafael Benitez will have to come up with a brilliant strategy if his team is to end Juventus' unbeaten run at home in Serie A when the two sides meet on Saturday.

Benitez's side travel to Turin needing a win to remain in the race to finish third and qualify for the Champions League.

With two games remaining, Napoli are fourth in the standings, three points adrift of third-placed Lazio.

Roma are one point clear of Lazio in second place.

If results go Napoli's way, they could also finish as...

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Juventus centre-forward Fernando Llorente says Barcelona are favourites to win the upcoming Champions League final because of their "out of this world" strike trio.

This season's Serie A champions are set to meet the newly crowned La Liga winners in European club football's showpiece finale in Berlin on June 6, with many pundits saying that Barca's all-South American attack of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar gives them the edge.

The 2010 World Cup winner with Spain told Mundo Deportivo that...

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Alessandro Matri a surprise candidate for Champions League final

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri insists his side need to recover from what's been a long season, as their bid for a historic treble gathers pace.

With Alvaro Morata suspended, Wednesday night's Coppa Italia final was an opportunity for Fernando Llorente to remind Massimiliano Allegri of what he can do, but in the end it was the unlikely figure of Alessandro Matri who staked his claim for a place in the Champions League final.

Discarded by Genoa in the winter and picked up by Juventus for emergency reasons, Matri demonstrated at the Stadio Olimpico that he is also an option to face Barcelona in Berlin. He was Juve's hero as they lifted the...