Inter Milan continued their march to the Serie A title on Saturday after battling back to beat Roma 4-2 and extending their league lead to seven points.
Marcus Thuram was key to Inter's win at a soaking Stadio Olimpico in Rome as, with his team trailing at half-time, the France attacker made it two goals each shortly after the break and forced the Angelino own goal which put Inter ahead in the 56th minute.
Alessandro Bastoni finished Roma off in stoppage time after finishing off a counter-attack as the hosts pushed for a leveller.
Simone Inzaghi's side now await the result of Juve's home fixture with struggling Udinese on Monday to see how far they will be in front after this weekend's fixtures.
Inter have won seven straight matches in all competitions as they aim to beat local rivals AC Milan to a 20th league title, with both teams stuck on 19.
Roma meanwhile missed the chance to move into the Champions League positions after Daniele De Rossi's first defeat since taking charge of his boyhood club last month.
Felipe Anderson rounded off the scoring in the 65th minute to move Lazio up to sixth, two points behind fourth-placed Atalanta in the race for next season's revamped Champions League.
Lazio host Bayern on Wednesday in the last 16 of Europe's top club competition.
Captain Immobile, 33, is one of just eight players to have scored 200 goals or more in Italy's top flight and the only one currently playing.