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Napoli vs. Manchester City

Stadio San Paolo

22/11/11

7:45pm

On Sky

A Win Will See City In Knockout Phase

Napoli haven't won a game in any competition for almost a month while Manchester City on the other hand are running riot over most.

If Roberto Mancini's men can grasp maximum points at the Stadio San Paolo on Tuesday night then City are guaranteed a place in the Champions League knockout phase.

Vital Quotes:

Napoli's Previous Three Games

Napoli Team News:

Napoli will be relying on the front three, Marek Hamsik, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Edinson Cavani if they have any chance of beating City.

Player to watch: Marek Hamsik,

The Slovak international has been applying his trade in Naples since his move from Brescia in 2007. His goal ratio is nearly one in every three appearances.

The 24-year-old striker should not be taken for granted.

Manchester City Team News:

City have no injury worries - the squad is: Hart, Pantilimon, Taylor, Richards, Zabaleta, Lescott, Kompany, Savic, K Toure, Clichy, Kolarov, Nasri, Milner, Yaya Toure, Barry, De Jong, Silva, Johnson, Dzeko, Aguero, Balotelli.

Player to watch: David Silva

There is nothing I can say that hasn't been said before - the man is a genius. Simples!

Match Facts & Stats

Wednesday 14 September: City 1-1 Napoli.

Can City go one better?

Match Prediction:

Napoli 0-1 City

Next Fixtures:

Barclays Premier League
Sunday 27 November - 4pm
Liverpool v Manchester City




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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 21 2011

Time: 9:06PM

Your Comments

i sense a shootout...3-2 city. it'll be a very back and forth game
redwhiteandbluemoon
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tudor
I'll give you another stat 'T' - Napoli haven't lost or conceded a goal at home in the last month.
Thaibluefan
This will be an incredibly hard game, we must play without fear in a very hostile atmosphere and everyone needs to be on song.
StuMCFC
The toughest group reaches the climax we expected. Do or die time is here and we have the tools to do the job.
Johnny Baguette
well for me we haven't played well against Wolves, QPR or Newcastle.
RobsonGreensleeves
hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha unlucky boys. not looking good is it
spurs-stelios
spent all that money and might not even get to the last 16 in Europe. shocking!!!!!
spurs-stelios
Trust some c=unth=ole of a Spuds supporter to offer his condolences. Twunt.
fifthcolumnblue
sorry. its hard to explain but i take great pleasure in watching you fail knowing how much your club has spent to get into the CL and take you where u are as a club today.
spurs-stelios
***** off you spud ****.
RobsonGreensleeves
City actually lose and the trolls begin to crawl out from under their rock.
StuMCFC
Careful what you wish for stelios - a poor showing from City, Chelsea, Arsenal and the Rags would mean only THREE teams from the PL would qualify for the CL next season.
Thaibluefan
Still feel hurt after that 5-1 arse raping we gave you Stelios?
Bluedub
yes i do, lol i suppose i should be thankful really that you have gave us Ade and are still paying 60% of his wages.
spurs-stelios
could be the end of the CL dream
nickster
Could be nickster, then again still one game to go, so who knows? If it is we'll just have to come back next year and give it another go.
Bluedub
I believe you should be thankful Stelios. Ade's presence alone in the Spurs team seems to bring a balance that has been missing for a long time and just think if City hadn't bought him in the first place he could still be with Arsenal now scoring against you nearly every time he plays. A lot to be thankful for when you think about it.
Bluedub
 

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