Marcello Lippi has described Juventus as ‘virtually unbeatable’ ahead of their match with Napoli on Sunday.
The World Cup winner had spells coaching both clubs and is anticipating a good match between the sides, though he thinks it will be hard for the Azzurri to finish second.
“I am sure it will be a very good spectacle considering the way in which the two Coaches will approach it,” Lippi said to Ultimecalcionapoli.it.
“Juventus really have shown themselves to be virtually unbeatable.
“Napoli still have the chance to fight, although the odds are against them, for second place.
“I fear though that it will be difficult for them to overtake Roma.
“In terms of how I think Napoli-Juventus will go, I think it will be an open game with any result possible.”
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