Edinson Cavani returns in a bid to revive Napoli, but they face a Torino side unbeaten on their travels.
The Partenopei need to get back on track after a recent run of poor results, including the midweek defeat to Atalanta, saw them lose second place.
Cavani has missed the last two games with a thigh problem, but is back in the starting XI, sending Lorenzo Insigne to the bench. Juan Camilo Zuniga is the only absentee due to injury.
Torino are still unbeaten away from home this season thanks to a victory and four draws, so will be tough to beat at the Stadio San Paolo.
Coach Giampiero Ventura also has only one player unavailable to him in the form of Suciu, although Angelo Ogbonna is only fit for the bench after several weeks out with a groin injury.
The Granata pull no punches with their traditional 4-2-4 system and Rolando Bianchi faces the side he’s tipped to join in January.
Napoli: De Sanctis; Cannavaro, Campagnaro, Gamberini; Maggio, Dzemaili, Hamsik, Behrami, Dossena; Pandev, Cavani
Napoli bench:Rosati, Grava, Donadel, Britos, Aronica, Vargas, Colombo, Mesto, Fernandez, Insigne, Inler
Torino: Gillet; Darmian, Glik, Rodriguez, D’Ambrosio; Basha, Gazzi; Cerci, Bianchi, Sgrigna, Vives
Torino bench: Gomis, Di Cesare, Ogbonna, Santana, Caceres, Stevanovic, Sansone, Agostini, Brighi, Meggiorini, Verdi, Birsa
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