Juventus took command early for a 2-0 victory over Fiorentina, solidifying its Serie A lead and warming up for a visit to Celtic in the Champions League Tuesday.

Juventus (55 points) improved its unbeaten streak to five games (3-0-2), appearing to have found a rhythm after starting the year with a loss and tie.

With Andrea Pirlo choreographing the offense, Mirko Vucinic (20th minute) and Alessandro Matri (41st) gave Juve a two-goal halftime lead.

Juve switched strikers early in the second half, Vucinic (leg injury) and Matri replaced by Sebastian Giovinco and Paul Pogba.

Fiorentina (39 points) failed to threaten in falling to 1-4-1 since Serie A resumed play in January.