With only eight matches in the books, it’s a bit silly to start table watching, but with Sassuolo losing to Inter Milan, Atalanta falling to Verona and Juventus being held in check by lowly Benevento, the results around the league certainly fell in Roma’s favor this weekend. A win today over Napoli would vault Roma into second place, three points behind league leading AC Milan and potentially two points ahead of Inter and Sassuolo.
The Derby del Sole is always a big deal, but a victory today would give Roma's ambitions some serious credence and set them up nicely for another tough multi-fixture week ahead.
— AS Roma (@OfficialASRoma) November 29, 2020
La nostra formazione per #NapoliRoma
DAJE ROMA DAJE! pic.twitter.com/Ogd5WaSePX
| StartingXI: Meret, Di Lorenzo, Manolas, Koulibaly, Mario Rui, Fabian, Demme, Lozano, Zielinski, Insigne, Mertens.#NapoliRoma— Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) November 29, 2020
We're also trying a new widget in our game threads, courtesy of SofaScore. This graph will update in real time, showing which side is more aggressive at any given moment. Green represents the home team (Napoli), while blue represents the away (Roma).