Georgina Turner
Tuesday March 13th, 2012

"Arsenal beat Milan 3-0, so we have to believe we can turn it around," says Roberto di Matteo, who'll be running things for Chelsea for the rest of the season. His team actually has a less onerous task than Arsenal, on paper, with a 2-0 win enough to see them through and the mood in camp decidedly different since Andre Villas-Boas was given the boot.

Napoli haven't lost for more than a month, though, and arrive in London fresh from scoring six against Cagliari; Walter Mazzarri's side is now breathing down Lazio's neck. Join me from 3.30 p.m. ET on Wednesday to find out how this pans out.

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