Napoli vs AC Milan Bet Builder: Victor Osimhen to star as Gli Azzurri set sights on Serie A crown
It’s a matter of 'when' not 'if' Napoli land the first Scudetto since 1990, with the Naples side in outstanding form ahead of their clash with AC Milan.
It's not out of the question that Luciano Spalletti's side can land a Serie A and Champions League double this term.
Here, we outline the top three selections ahead of their huge league clash with AC Milan.
Napoli to win
Victor Osimhen to score
Over 3 Cards
LEG 1: Napoli to win
Although this might seem like a fairly predictable pick, the odds are relatively big about Napoli claiming another maximum haul at the Diego Maradona Stadium.
The Azzurri have claimed eleven victories in thirteen home clashes and they will be determined to put on a show and take a step closer to a historic Scudetto.
The past few months have seen Napoli collect a succession of wins and the only blot on the copybook is a home defeat against Lazio in early March, although the past three games have seen Spalletti's team enjoy an aggregate score of 9-0 against their opponents.
LEG 2: Victor Osimhen to score
Osimhen has been a revelation this season.The Nigerian has 21 goals in Serie A this season and it's always a mean feat to break through the twenty-goal barrier, with the twenty-four year old enjoying a breakthrough campaign.
The forward has scored four goals in his past two games and he has found the net in eleven of his previous fourteen encounters.
LEG 3: Over 3 Cards
There were five yellow cards brandished in the reverse fixture at the San Siro and it was Milan who received four of them.
Therefore, we think that four or more bookings in this game could well happen, with the Rossoneri determined to get a positive result and a confidence booster ahead of the upcoming Champions League double header.
There's also the small matter of Milan aiming to qualify for next season's Champions League and these games are often ill-tempered affairs, with this bet paying out in the previous ten clashes involving the Rossoneri in all competitions.