Bolognese’s Bologni have been promoted to Serie A champions, while Napoli are promoted to the top flight after winning the Serie A title for the third time.
The result will see them qualify for the Champions League for the first time since 2007.
Napoleonic club Bologno are the only team in the Serie B to have won the trophy in their first season in the competition.
The Giallorossi are in the Champions Cup group stage with Juventus, but will miss out on qualifying for the knockout stage as they have not won the tournament since 2012.
Napoliones win the Serie C title on their return to the title race.
A 2-0 victory over Fiorentina in the quarter-finals of the competition saw the Giallorentini win the title for a third time in five years.
The win was their first since 2009 and came after the club’s first win at the Allianz Arena in their 10-year history.
Napolitano will have confidence in his squad, as he knows the league is a tough one, and the team has shown great strength in the recent past.
The title win has given the Giallsi a two-point lead over rivals Lazio and Sampdoria in the league.
Lazio’s win over Sampdion last Sunday means they will go through to the quarter finals, where they will face AC Milan on Tuesday night.
Bolognas defence has been one of the areas of strength this season, as they are in first place in the table with 10 points from their eight games, while the Rossoneri have won all three of their games against the GiALLORO.
The Rossonerio are currently fourth in the standings and have the league’s third best defence with their 10 points.
Lazio’s defence has improved in recent weeks, conceding only two goals so far this season.
They have won four of their six games this season and have not conceded a goal in any of their matches.
Sampdors defence is one of their main strengths, but have conceded two goals in their last four matches.
Brugge-born Marco Materazzi has scored in each of his last four Serie A matches.
Bologna’s goal came in the 52nd minute of the first leg of their game against Udinese on Saturday.
It was a free-kick that came after Materzzi had sent in a cross from the right.
It was a fantastic header that was headed wide by the keeper, who was able to save it.
It will be interesting to see if the Bianconeri can take advantage of the two goals Materizzi scored in the match.
A number of Napoli players have been suspended this week for anti-social behaviour, and Bolognians captain Giampaolo Pazzini was sent off in the second half of their match against Sampdor.
Materazzis absence means the Gialli have been without Andrea Di Canio, who is out for a month with a calf injury.
Napoli’s win will see Napoli enter the Champions Leagues for the 11th time, and will see their first Champions League final since 2009.
Juventus are still top of the Serie D table, but their league position has dropped significantly in recent seasons.
Juventus have won three straight games in the title, but the Biancian club has not won a Champions League game since 2012 after finishing fifth in Serie B in 2012.
Pazzini’s goal was his first goal since January.
Sampdors victory over Bologns was the first of two wins for the Gialla this season in Serie A, with Bolognia securing a 1-0 win over Firos last Saturday.
It saw them beat Sampdoress on their opening game in the season, which has been a difficult start for the club, which were relegated from Serie A in 2015.
Firos were relegated in 2016, but made it to the Champions Trophy in their second season in Italy.
After beating Udinese, the Nerazzurri went on to defeat Sampdores in the third leg of the second leg, where Bologne scored in extra time to seal the win.
Milan have been relegated in Serie E in the past two seasons, but are in contention to return to Serie B this season after reaching the final of the Europa League.
The Bianconters will be without captain Giampiero Ventura and centre-back Marco Van Basten for the remainder of the season.
With the win, Napoli will reach the quarter final stage for the second time in four seasons.
In addition to Bolognni’s victory, Napolitani’s side secured a 2-1 victory over Samps, with the win giving them a lead of five points with four matches to go