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Napoli accept Bayern Munich

champions league live betsGerman giants Bayern Munich will visit Naples on Tuesday in the third match of Group A Champions League.

Napoli odds to take victory is 4.20 and that seemed to Bayern is a 1.90. Remy between both teams is estimated at 3.40.

Bayern recording two wins from their first two matches, consistent enforcement over Villarreal 0-2 away to Manchester City and over the "Allianz Arena" with the same result.

In this visit, "Bayern" will come without Arjen Robben, who underwent groin surgery last week but is expected to soon be ready to play.

Napoli, in turn, recorded a draw away to Manchester City 1-1 and beat Villarreal 2-0 at home. Team coach Walter Mazar will have to put out the composition for this clash without new signings Mark it add, Miguel Britos and Goran Pandev, who suffer from various injuries.

Napoli are unbeaten in their last nine games at home in European competition, and in six of them from Naples team was able to keep your network clean.

Victory at the San Paolo on Tuesday would be a massive boost to Napoli’s hopes of reaching the knock-out stages but De Laurentiis is taking nothing for granted against a free-scoring Bayern side who are currently five points clear at the top of the Bundesliga.

"Bayern are the lords of football at this time,” the film producer told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

“We have started from the bottom. We had said we needed to do great things [and] we have arrived in the Champions League [but] we have the most difficult group [and] now we must keep our feet on the ground.”

Napoli’s form of late has been maddeningly inconsistent, with Walter Mazzari’s side having followed up a 3-0 win over Inter at San Siro just before the international break with a 2-1 defeat at home to Parma on Saturday evening.

De Laurentiis, though, is in no doubt that the Neapolitans are capable of upsetting the odds against the Group A leaders.

“Everything is possible in football,” he said. “The ball is round [and] we hope that [we] are on the ball."