For the 159th time in the Serie A, Roma and Napoli will go up against each other in the Rome derby, known as the Derby Della Capitale.
Roma vs Lazio: Double your money with these sure odds from the Rome derby
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Rome derby preview
Sunday, November 6, 18:00 (GMT+1)
Roma were tipped as dark horses to make a Serie A title charge but injuries have derailed Jose Mourinho's plans so far as they're now currently seven points adrift of table-topping Napoli.
They only seat one point ahead of Lazio though, who have been overperforming their preseason expectations which makes this game even more interesting.
Pride and bragging rights are on the line but more importantly there's a potential to move up in the table ahead of each other as they're separated by just one point.
Roma v Napoli betting tips
Even though they both play their home games at the same stadium, the Stadio Olimpico, this fixture heavily favours the home team on the night.
There has not been an away win in the last 10 instalments of this fixture with, the last one was a 3-1 win for Lazio in 2017 which means all bets should be on the home team.
Roma to win is available at 2.06 odds
But if that is too risky for you then try a simple double chance on Roma at 1.29 odds because they have only lost once in their last 10 home games against Lazio, a run that goes all the way back to 2013.
Roma are on a three-game winning streak across all competitions, while Lazio have lost back-to-back games and will be hoping to avoid a third straight defeat.
Even though Roma have won five of their last seven games, their home form has been dodgy with three defeats in their last five across all competitions.
Lazio on the other hand have only lost two of their last nine away games winning four of the last five on the road.
Roma's injury casualties remain the same, Paulo Dybala, Leonardo Spinazzola and Gini Wijnaldum are all unavailable for Mourinho's team with long-term injuries.
For Lazio, there is only one senior absentee but it is such a potentially damaging one as star midfielder Sergei Milinkovic-Savic will not play because he suspended for accumulation of yellow cards.