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Napoli, Inter battle for third spot

The battle for the third and final Champions League qualifying spot in Serie A could closer with three rounds of games remaining.

Napoli currently hold the precious position but the race is wide open as they are level on 55 points with Inter Milan, Udinese and Lazio.

Napoli host Palermo at the San Paolo stadium on Tuesday on the back of Saturday's 2-2 draw against Roma.

Meanwhile, Inter looked to be out of contention last month but an impressive comeback under coach Andrea Stramaccioni has seen them re-enter the race.

Sunday's 2-1 triumph over Cesena was Inter's third win in four games.

"There is no favourite team to finish third," said Stramaccioni, who took the helm last month after Inter sacked Claudio Ranieri.

"We remain in the race and even though we face a difficult calendar ahead, we will not slow down.

"I'm not saying we will finish third but I can guarantee that we will give our all to finish third."

Inter have a difficult run-in as they visit red-hot Parma on Wednesday before hosting AC Milan at the weekend.

The Nerazzurri end the campaign at Lazio on May 13.

Udinese have won only three of their last 14 games, including Sunday's 2-0 victory over Lazio.

They visit already relegated Cesena on Wednesday.

Lazio, meanwhile, host Siena at the Stadio Olimpico in midweek looking to rediscover their winning touch after claiming just one point in their last four games.

Serie A leaders Juventus are firmly on course to win the scudetto.

Winners of eight consecutive games and still unbeaten in the league, Juve host relegation-threatened Lecce.

The Turin giants won 4-0 at Novara last time out to remain three points clear of AC Milan at the top of the standings.

Milan face Atalanta to the San Siro on Wednesday on the back of a 4-1 triumph at Siena.

Seventh-placed Roma travel to Verona to face Chievo looking for just their second win away from Eternal City this year.

Catania and Bologna square off at the Angelo Massimino stadium with both sides having already assured themselves of Serie A football next season.

Second-bottom Novara must win at Fiorentina if they are to have any chance of avoiding the drop.

Novara are eight points adrift of safety with nine still up for grabs.

Strugglers Genoa have not won since February 5 and they are at home to Cagliari. The Grifoni are one spot and one point clear of 18th-place Lecce.

Quagliarella signs new Juve deal

Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella has signed a one-year contract extension, the club have confirmed.

The new deal will see the Italy international remain with the Bianconeri until June 2015.

A statement from Juventus read: "Fabio Quagliarella will continue his adventure with Juventus for at least three further seasons.

"The striker has extended his contract for a further season with the Bianconeri club."

Quagliarella has scored four goals in 21 league appearances for Juve, who lead the Serie A standings with three rounds of games remaining.

The 28-year-old joined Juve in the summer of 2010 from Napoli.

Enrique remains non-committal over future

Roma coach Luis Enrique is remaining tight-lipped on whether or not he will remain at the club next season ahead of Tuesday's game at Chievo.

There is media speculation in Italy that the 41-year-old, who is in his first season in charge at Roma, could return to his native Spain this summer.

"There are two possibilities," Luis Enrique said. "That I leave or that I remain.

"Once the time arrives, I will say what I think. We will evaluate the situation and I will decide.

"Of course, I already know 100 per cent what I am going to do.

"My focus right now is on tomorrow's [Tuesday's] game. We must beat Chievo because anything but three points would see us out of contention for a place in Europe next season."

Inconsistency has been Roma's main problem this term.

Of their 35 league games so far, the Giallorossi have won 15 while losing 14.

Sunday's 2-2 draw against Napoli followed their 2-1 loss to Fiorentina and dropped the club to seventh place.

Roma are now four points behind Inter Milan, who hold the last Europa League qualifying spot, with three rounds of games remaining.

"We have wasted many opportunities this campaign," Luis Enrique said. "There were certain games that we should have won or drawn but instead we lost.

"We have to look forward and my only concern at this time is the game at Chievo."

To complicate matters for Luis Enrique his side travel to Verona without suspended strikers Erik Lamela and Daniel Osvaldo.

Moreover, Spanish forward Bojan Krkic is out injured and goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg has failed to recover from a muscle problem.

Roma captain Francesco Totti will lead his side's attack alongside Fabio Borini while Bogdan Lobont will replace Stekelenburg in goal.

Roma will be bolstered by the return of midfielder Daniele De Rossi from suspension.

Opponents Chievo go into the encounter at the Marc' Antonio Bentegodi stadium on the back of a goalless draw at Cagliari.

That result lifted the Flying Donkeys to 12th place, nine points clear of the drop zone.

A point on Tuesday would be enough for Chievo to guarantee themselves top flight football next term.

"We are almost there," Chievo defender Francesco Acerbi said. "We need one more point to make it happen and hopefully we will get it tomorrow [Tuesday]."

The men from Verona need to show a vast improvement in front of goal having failed to find the net in their last four games.

Chievo coach Domenico Di Carlo welcomes back defender Cesar from suspension.

Pandev rallies fans to get behind Napoli

Napoli striker Goran Pandev has urged the fans to throw their full support behind the team as they look to beat Palermo on Tuesday.

The Naples outfit are in third place and hold the last Champions League qualifying spot with three games left to play.

Walter Mazzarri's men are level on 55 points with Udinese, Inter Milan and Lazio.

"I hope that in the end it will us to finish third," Pandev said.

"It is a strange but exciting campaign.

"The race for Champions League football is wide open and it is down to us to hold on to third place.

"We know it will not be easy but we are extremely focused and eager to face Palermo.

"Our fans have to be close to us because I think they can make the difference tomorrow [Tuesday].

"The important thing is that we all battle together so that Napoli plays next season in the Champions League."

Pandev, who came on as a substitute in Saturday's 2-2 draw at Roma, is set to partner Edinson Cavani in Napoli's attack.

Rivals Palermo travel to the San Paolo stadium looking for only their second win on the road this season.

The Sicilian have suffered a drop in form in recent weeks and have won just one of their last 10 games.

Last weekend's 1-1 draw against Catania left Palermo in 14th spot, seven points clear of the drop zone.

"We are not at our best and tomorrow [Tuesday] we will without a number of players due to injuries," Palermo coach Bortolo Mutti said.

"However, I expect a good performance from those that will play."

The visitors will be without captain Fabrizio Miccoli, who is out with a muscular injury.

Miccoli is the team's top scorer with 13 goals.

Moreover, defenders Federico Balzaretti and Andrea Mantovani as well as midfielder Francesco Della Rocca are all sidelined through injury.

Napoli midfielder Blerim Dzemaili must serve a one-match ban.