Live broadcast | Watch the Juventus and Napoli match today...

Live broadcast | Watch the Juventus and Napoli match today...
Live broadcast | Watch the Juventus and Napoli match today...
Fans of international and Italian football, in particular, are awaiting a high-caliber match between Napoli and Juventus, this evening, Sunday, October 4, 2020, at the Allianz Stadium (Turin), as part of the third round of the Italian League competition.

Kora 365 offers a service to watch the Juventus and Napoli match, broadcast live today, which is scheduled to start at 9:45 pm Mecca time, which is 9:45 pm Cairo time, and will be broadcast on the air exclusively on BN Sport HD4 with an audio performance by commentator Ali Muhammad Ali.

The defending champions Juventus last season achieved a victory and a draw and is currently in seventh place with 4 points, and in this difficult meeting and the real test for him, he will enter with all struggle and strength in order to fight for victory and collect points to continue the competition for his title.

On the other hand, Napoli, who is walking steadily and has reaped the full mark in two games and finished second with 6 points, is seeking to win the champion and continue on the right path.

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