Roma have been unable to stop drawing games in recent weeks. AFP PHOTO / JOHN THYS
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The best teams in Serie A face off Monday when AS Roma host Juventus, with the home side hoping they can reverse the 3-2 defeat they suffered against the champions in October to close the gap at the top of the standings.Roma's dip in form has seen them draw six of their last seven league games to leave themselves in serious danger of being caught by Napoli who, after defeating Sassuolo 2-0 Monday, are only three points adrift.Garcia's main attacking strategy relied on the pace of the two wingers to break through opposing defenses but without them, Roma have become predictably one-dimensional and directionless in possession.
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