AC Milan's coach Filippo Inzaghi shouts during their Italian Serie A soccer match against Atalanta at San Siro stadium in Milan January 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo
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The Serie A ambitions of Roma and Milan face the acid test as the second half of the season begins with champions and leaders Juventus looking unstoppable in their quest for a fourth consecutive league title.Roma travel to a resurgent Fiorentina Sunday desperate not to lose more ground in the race for a first scudetto since 2001, having dropped five points behind Juve following a second consecutive draw last week, away to Palermo.Struggling Milan, meanwhile, can ill afford to drop points against Lazio a week after a shock 1-0 home defeat to Atalanta blew a hole in their Champions League qualifying hopes.Ahead of meeting a Lazio side desperate to make amends for last week's 1-0 home reverse to Napoli, Milan sit 20 points behind Juve and seven behind Napoli in the third and last Champions League qualifying spot.
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