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Lazio have obtained just a single point from their last five games, and while they seem unable to improve on the road, they have also started dropping points at home.
On a four-game winning streak, Juventus are closing in on the top four and sit just seven points behind Napoli. Playing on evening Friday will give them a chance to secure points and send a timely reminder of their quality to the title challengers.
Juventus have momentum on their side as they move closer to the top, but they will miss most of their starting midfielders here, a situation that gave them problems at the beginning of the season. They will be slight favourites, but Lazio will try to exploit the visitors' injury woes.
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