Napoli's Gonazlo Higuain, right, scores during the Italian Cup quarter final soccer match against Inter of Milan in Naples, Italy, Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Ciro Fusco, ANSA)
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Champions Juventus host ailing AC Milan looking to extend their seven-point lead over title-chasers Roma, and the Giallorossi's woes could deepen with Gonzalo Higuain-inspired Napoli now targeting second place.Napoli were the only top five team to claim all three points, thanks to a 2-1 win away to Chievo when new signing Manolo Gabbiadini hit a 62nd minute winner.Napoli, who sit 11 points adrift of Juventus, are now only four behind second-placed Roma.If the injury-hit Giallorossi lose away to Cagliari and Napoli beat Udinese at home, the gap will be reduced to just a point.A Roma slip-up would be welcomed by a Napoli side that has lost only twice in 18 games ahead of hosting Udinese at the San Paolo, which is still ringing from the sound of Wednesday's 1-0 Italian Cup win over Inter.
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