Napoli will be able to achieve their third title as Italian champion, after the two achieved in 1987 and 1990 by Diego Armando Maradona.
Napoli will be able to achieve their third title as Italian champion, after the two achieved in 1987 and 1990 at the hands of Diego Armando Maradona, if tomorrow Lazio does not beat Sassuolo in Rome, at the start of the 33rd. Serial A date.
Lazio will play, starting at 4:00 p.m. in Argentina, in one of the eight matches to be held tomorrow, while Napoli will visit Udinese next Thursday, starting at 3:45 p.m., at the Dacia Arena Stadium.
The draw of napoliwhich has the Argentine Giovanni Simeone, at home last Sunday against Salernitana (1-1) prevented him from obtaining the title in front of his people who had filled the stadium Diego Armando Maradonaafter the defeat suffered by Lazio against Inter.
However, tomorrow Napoli could establish itself without playing since it has 79 units against 61 for Lazio, when 18 remain at stake. If the Roman team does not win, Italian football will have a new champion and there will be a party in southern Italy.
However, if Lazio -where the Argentine Luka Romero plays- beats Sassuolo, the Neapolitans will have to wait until Thursday: with just one point in Udine they will be champions, thanks to a remarkable campaign with 25 wins, four draws and three losses.
If Napoli manages to secure the title with five rounds to go in the season, they will equal the record held by Juventus (2019), Inter Milan (2007), Fiorentina (1956) and Torino (1948) in winning the title so early.
While DT Luciano Spalletti, at 64, may become the oldest coach to be proclaimed Italian champion, surpassing the 61-year-old Maurizio Sarri was when he won the Scudetto with Juventus in Turin in 2020.
The full date will be as follows:
- . At 1:00 p.m., Juventus-Lecce (ESPN), Atalanta-Spezia, Salernitana-Fiorentina and Sampdoria-Torino.
- . At 16:00, Hellas Verona-Inter (ESPN), Lazio-Sassuolo, Milan-Cremonese and Monza-Rome
- . At 15:45, Empoli-Bologna and Udinese-Napoli (ESPN).
- Napoli 79 points;
- Lazio 61,
- Juventus 60,
- Inter, Milan and Rome 57;
- Atalanta 55,
- Bologna and Fiorentina 45,
- Monza 44,
- Sassuolo 43,
- Turin and Udinese 42;
- Salernitana 34;
- Empoli 32,
- Lecce 31,
- Spezia and Hellas Verona 27,
- cremonese 20
- Sampdoria 17.
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