Inter will be top of the pile come the winter break whatever their result. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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Inter Milan host struggling Lazio looking to tighten their grip on Serie A before preparing for the "hard times" of trying to win a first title since 2010 when action resumes in the New Year. Roberto Mancini's men are among several teams testing Juve's bid for a record-equaling consecutive fifth title and hold a four-point lead over both Fiorentina and Napoli ahead of the final game of 2015 at the San Siro Sunday.Come what may Sunday, Inter will still be top on Jan. 6 when they travel to Empoli after the two-week break.With Inter and Fiorentina both expected to prevail, Napoli can ill afford to slip up on their first away trip since a stunning 3-2 defeat at Bologna a fortnight ago.Although defeat to Inter would unlikely seal Pioli's fate, Lazio face the league leaders looking for their first win in eight games.
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