Napoli host Cagliari in Serie A on Sunday night as they look to consolidate second place in the table.
They looked to be assured of Champions League place as they are currently 12 points clear of fifth-placed Roma with four games remaining.
I Partenopei are expected to have Lorenzo Insigne available once again after he had been sidelined with adductor problems for the last week.
However, they will be without midfielder Amadou Diawara who has been out since March with muscular problems and is expected to miss out again here.
Here's how Ancelotti's side could line up come kick off.
Goalkeeper and Defenders
Alex Meret (GK) - Meret kept an impressive seven clean sheets in 12 Serie A appearances this season. He suffered an injury in pre-season after he had just signed for Napoli and had to wait until December to make his debut.
Kévin Malcuit (RB) - The 27-year-old Frenchman has made 21 Serie A appearances in his debut campaign with the club. With his pace and energy he provides Napoli with an excellent attacking outlet down the right flank.
Sebastiano Luperto (CB) - Following injuries to Vlad
Faouzi Ghoulam (LB) - Ghoulam has found opportunities hard to come by this season, starting just nine league games. However, he did start against Frosinone and is expected to keep his place in the side.
José Callejón (RM) - One of the key attackers in this Napoli side in recent campaigns,
Fabián Ruiz (CM) - Ruiz has enjoyed a strong first season with Napoli, impressing with his guile, passing ability and vision. He sets the tempo in midfield for Carlo Ancelotti's side and is capable of playing defence-splitting passes from a deep position.
Amin Younes (LM) - The 25-year-old German has deputised for Lorenzo Insigne recently and with the Italian just returning from his adductor injury and short of match-fitness, Younes is expected to start once again. He scored Napoli's second goal against Frosinone and put in a man-of-the-match performance.
Dries Mertens (ST) - Mertens has been Napoli's talisman for many years and although he has not been able to replicate his goalscoring exploits from recent seasons, he has had another good campaign, scoring 13 goals and providing 10 assists in 32 Serie A appearances. The Belgian's pace, movement and finishing ability make him a difficult opponent for any defender.