“Napoli and Atalanta BC: Battle for European Qualification at Stadio Maradona”

Napoli and Atalanta BC are both back from the international break, with securing a top-six finish on their agenda as they clash at Stadio Maradona on Saturday.

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Napoli and Atalanta

Italy’s outgoing champions, Napoli, trail Atalanta BC by two points in the race for European qualification, albeit having played one game more. Under new management, Napoli seems to have turned a corner, showing promising signs of improvement.

Napoli’s recent performance against Inter Milan, where they secured a 1-1 draw with a late goal from Juan Jesus, signifies their resurgence. However, controversies regarding accusations of racist language have stirred debate, leading Napoli to protest by refraining from wearing the ‘Keep Racism Out’ badge this weekend.

Despite their Champions League exit, Napoli and Atalanta has shown improvement under interim manager Francesco Calzona, with just one loss in seven games since his appointment. They aim to continue their seven-match unbeaten streak at Stadio Maradona and seek to extend their winning streak against Atalanta to five matches.

On the other hand, Atalanta BC, last seen in action in a Europa League win over Sporting Lisbon, faces a challenging period with just two points from their last four league matches. Occupying sixth place, they are keen to secure a spot in next year’s Champions League, with fifth place still within reach.

However, Atalanta faces a tough schedule ahead, including rescheduled league matches and a Coppa Italia semi-final against Fiorentina. They aim to break their winless streak in Serie A and secure crucial points in the battle for European qualification.

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