Real Madrid v Napoli: Who wins, who loses, who stays?
As the UEFA Champions League final approaches, the two teams with the most goals in the group stage are the defending European champions Real Madrid and the Napoli side who are in third place in Serie A.
The latter, however, will have to play a game against Real Madrid at their own Stadio Olimpico.
The latter will then play in the first leg of their quarter-final at the San Siro.
The match will be played in the city which has played host to many of the big clubs from the continent in recent years.
Napoli are in first place with 28 points from 18 matches while Real Madrid are in second with 19 points from 14 matches.
However, Real Madrid will need to win the tie to qualify for the next stage.
The La Liga champions need to beat Barcelona, Barcelona need to lose to Athletic Bilbao, and Athletic Bilbo need to go down to Real Madrid.
In their final game, Real are likely to get their best result of the season.
As a result, they will have a much more comfortable chance of making the last 16.
Napoli are coming off a 4-0 victory over Inter Milan in the final of the Champions League in Turin and the two sides have been in the hunt for the last three games.
However their last-16 opponents are the reigning Champions.
Napolitano was appointed as manager in the summer and will have more than a few doubts about his ability to cope with the Champions league and the challenge of taking on Inter Milan.
He has won two and drawn two of his previous seven games in charge.
Napoleon Bonaventure is the current record holder for European appearances in a season with 864.
His total of 10 league wins, 11 cup wins and two European cups are also the most by a coach in the history of European football.
In the same time period, Carlo Ancelotti is the only coach in history to have won a Champions League with four different teams, while Pep Guardiola has won a trophy with Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid in the past four seasons.
Napoloto also won a league title with Barca in 2008 and a domestic cup with Real Madrid two seasons later.