Fiorentina's Giuseppe Rossi (R) challenges Lech Poznan's Tomasz Kedziora during their Europa League group I soccer match at the Artemio Franchi stadium in Florence, Italy, October 22, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
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Injury-plagued Giuseppe Rossi's bid to relaunch his career at Fiorentina could be given a boost when Roma visit the Artemio Franchi stadium looking to snatch top spot from La Viola Sunday.For the first time in years the Italian title fight looks wide open with Inter Milan, Fiorentina, Napoli and Roma all showing signs of having the tools to end Juventus' domination.Fiorentina's impressive run has come with just two defeats and six wins, one of which was a 4-1 hammering of Inter at the San Siro that underlined the class of Croatian hat-trick hero Nikola Kalinic.Inter sent out a second string team, which beat Milan's Serie A stars 1-0 thanks to Geoffrey Kondogbia's first goal since he scored for Monaco to send the Ligue 1 side into the Champions League quarterfinals last February.
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