Napoli host Real Madrid in an exciting Champions League group stage encounter on Tuesday evening at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona. We’ve picked out some of the best markets on offer in this clash between two strong sides.

Napoli vs Real Madrid Betting Tips

  • Draw and both teams to score (Yes) – 3/1
  • Joselu to score anytime – 15/8

Team news

Napoli have a few players unavailable through injury heading into this one. Juan Jesus, Amir Rrahmani, and Pierluigi Gollini are all out of action.

Eder Militao and Thibaut Courtois remain long-term absentees for Real Madrid, while Arda Guler and David Alaba are also out injured.

Draw and both teams to score (Yes) @ 3/1

Both these sides posted victories on matchday one of the group stage. Napoli defeated Braga late on in Portugal as they won 2-1, while Real Madrid left it late to beat Union Berlin 1-0, thanks to Jude Bellingham, at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Napoli were a formidable force in this competition last year, scoring 25 goals across 10 matches. They will certainly give Real Madrid a lot to think about, who struggled to find the back of the net for most of the game against Union Berlin.

They both head into this one off the back of high-scoring victories. Napoli won 4-0 at Lecce over the weekend and Real Madrid beat Girona away from home to leapfrog their opponents and move back to the top of the La Liga table.

It doesn’t seem like there is much to separate the two teams heading into this one. They both have plenty of players who can get on the scoresheet, but this could well see them cancel each other out. It’s also worth noting that Napoli are currently defending a 13-game unbeaten run at home in the Champions League.

Joselu to score anytime @ 15/8

Spanish forward Joselu has enjoyed a strong start to his loan spell at Real Madrid from Espanyol. The striker has scored four goals in his first eight La Liga appearances for Los Blancos, with two goals in his last two games.

He will look to open his Champions League account in midweek as Real Madrid look to make it two wins from two. The former Stoke City attacker is in great form, which not many people would’ve expected when his move to the club materialised, and he is leading the line brilliantly for Carlo Ancelotti’s side.

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