Inter Milan's Mauro Icardi in action with Lazio’s Stefan de Vrij. REUTERS/Massimo Pinca
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Barely one month ago, Inter Milan against AS Roma would have been considered a clash of two Serie A title contenders.The leading pair have opened an eight-point gap over Luciano Spalletti's third-placed Inter while Roma have dropped to fifth, a further three points behind.Inter went through their first 16 league games unbeaten and led the table on Dec. 9 but have managed only three draws and two defeats in their last five Serie A games, scoring a paltry two goals in the process.While Inter and Roma have faded, Napoli and Juventus have pressed on relentlessly, each winning their last four league games.
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