Juventus 4-2 Napoli

Juventus have won five straight Serie A games, the longest unbeaten run in Serie A history, and now have a perfect record in the competition for the first time since their move from Udinese in the summer.

Juventus coach Antonio Conte says he will have a difficult task of replacing the team’s form under Francesco Guidolin, who is out of contract at the end of the season.

Juve won four games from five in the league to take the overall lead and have now won their last four Serie A matches to set up a final against AC Milan.

“We are the only team to win four games in the last four weeks,” Conte said.

“You need to show your face in a good way.

We have a great squad with a lot of players who are still young, so we have to find a way to be more competitive in the first half of the year.”

The Bianconeri are unbeaten in seven Serie A meetings with Napoli since the 2014-15 campaign, including three consecutive victories.

Napoli had to wait for three years for their first league victory after they were relegated from the Serie A in 2010, and their return to the top flight will be a major boost for Conte, who has lost just once in his two seasons in charge.

Conte said he would have had more options after the move from the Udinese boss, who took over after Guido Speroni’s departure in June.

“I had a good year in Milan and I have to do better this year, and I will do that,” Contes said.

“Speroni is a great coach and I like him very much, but I have another option now.”

Napoli are unbeaten since a 4-1 win at Roma in mid-December and they could be in for an impressive comeback after a 2-0 defeat by Udinese last weekend.