Lazio’s Stefan Radu, left, and Juventus’ Paulo Dybala fight for the ball during an Italian Cup soccer match between Lazio and Juventus, at Rome's Olympic Stadium, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
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Juventus host struggling Roma looking to capitalize on a potential slip by embattled Napoli that could see the Old Lady snatch the lead of Serie A for the first time this season.Juve's catastrophic start is well behind them and the champions moved up to second at just two points behind Napoli after registering their 10th consecutive league win in a 4-0 rout of Udinese last weekend.And the Turin giants will be looking to cash in on the hangover Napoli have suffered since their coach, Maurizio Sarri, was caught on camera in a homophobic rant at Inter Milan counterpart Roberto Mancini following Inter's Italian Cup quarter-final win in midweek.Sampdoria have lost their last two outings, at home to Juventus and away to Carpi, but the Genoa-based club fancy their chances.
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