Red Bull Salzburg have provided a good account of themselves so far in the Champions League, scoring a whopping nine goals in their first two Group E games of the season.
Teen striking Erling Braut Haaland has netted four of those nine strikes, with three coming in a maiden Champions League hat-trick against Genk, while fellow young forward Hwang Hee-chan has also caught the eye with two goals and three assists.
Salzburg sit at the top of the Austrian Bundesliga and have hit a staggering 47 goals in just 11 games - 19 more than the next highest scorers in the division.
However, Jesse Marsch's side did actually draw their last league game 1-1 against Sturm Graz, their second league draw of an unbeaten domestic season thus far.
It makes for grim reading for Napoli as they travel to Austria, having dropped points in a goalless draw against Genk after their impressive 2-0 win over Liverpool in the first game.
Napoli, who have come to be identified with free-flowing, attacking football from their time under Maurizio Sarri, have struggled a little in front of goal lately under Carlo Ancelotti, drawing blanks in three of their last five games across all competitions.
The Serie A side have dropped away from Juventus domestically after running the Bianconeri so close in the 2017/18 season, finishing a distant second last term and are currently fourth, six points off the pace.
Instead, Antonio Conte's Inter Milan have taken the mantle of title challengers, just one point behind the league leaders having been top for much of the start of the campaign.
Napoli remain top of the Champions League group, however, and will hope to grab another important win as they push for top spot and a theoretically easier draw in the first knockout stage.
Salzburg form: DWWLWD
Napoli form: WLWDDW
Central midfielder Antoine Bernede has also suffered a fractured tibia and remains sidelined, while youngsters Jasper van der Werff and Mohamed Camara have not been included in the Champions League squad.
Salzburg possible starting lineup:
Stankovic, Nissen, Onguene, Wober, Ulmer; Takumi, Mwepi, Junuzovic, Szoboszlai; Haaland, Hwang
Napoli possible starting lineup:
Meret; Di Lorenzo, Manolas, Koulibaly, Ghoulam; Callejon, Allan, Fabian, Insigne; Milik, Mertens
We say: Salzburg 3-3 Napoli
Salzburg can't seem to help themselves but score, but they are also susceptible defensively and, given the quality of Napoli's forwards, it could lead to an entertaining, high-scoring draw.