Top two in Italy go head to head on Saturday.
Napoli head coach Walter Mazzarri has been speaking ahead of his side’s crucial top-of-the-table clash with Juventus.
The second-placed Serie A outfit are still waiting on the fitness of Alessandro Gamberini.
“I said that for now we lost at Turin, but there are two games against Juventus: there is also the second round at the San Paolo,” Mazzarri said in the pre-match press conference.
“I’m telling you also today, it is not a disadvantage to play Juventus at the San Paolo, with a stadium filled with our supporters, the same thing that happened at the Juventus Stadium when we got there.
“So to evaluate the end result of these two games with Juventus we still have tomorrow’s game, it’s not the key, it is obvious that I want to play this chance at my home.
“Within three years Napoli have made a quantum leap and that scares everyone, competes with everyone, even with Juventus, that in a hundred years of history has always been in the forefront, except for 2 or 3 years in which they arrived in sixth or seventh place.
“This is what brings us great pride. And sometimes when they say no matter what happens tomorrow, it will be a success, I would like to think that way too. Unfortunately I’ll be the only one thinking this way. So I think tomorrow’s game should be looked at in that way. Nothing else.
“Napoli, for some time now has been behind the leading clubs, however it is one of the teams that has competed for three years against the best teams of the Italian Championship. This is the great success, I think, that we sometimes forget to remind to our fans.”