Juventus moved another win nearer the Serie A title with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Lazio at Rome's Stadio Olimpico.
Antonio Conte's side more or less killed the match off in the opening 28 minutes when they finished off their possession play with two well taken goals.
They are now 11 points clear at the top of the table with six matches remaining.
Mirko Vucinic excelled on the night and was sent tumbling to the deck on six minutes by an ill-advised tackle from Lorik Cana.
Vidal sent the ball to his left as Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti headed in the opposite direction to ensure the visitors of a 1-0 lead.
That became two when Vidal dashed onto Vucinic's pass to slip the ball beyond Marchetti on 28 minutes to leave Juventus on easy street.
Gianluigi Buffon was needed to halt a Michael Ciani header on 52 minutes while Libor Kozak somehow headed into the ground and over six minutes later from fellow substitute Ederson's cross.
But the damage had been done to Vladimir Petkovic's side for a sloppy first-half performance with Miroslav Klose managing to somehow knock the ball wide of goal with only Buffon to beat in injury time as Lazio were deprived of a consolation goal.
Claudio Marchisio could easily have helped himself to a couple of goals in either half.
He dashed away from Ciani on 32 minutes, but knocked the ball wide when it looked easier to score while he then walloped the ball over the bar from 10 yards out after Marchetti had failed to hold an Andrea Pirlo free-kick.
Juventus have now won their last four Serie A games at Lazio without conceding a goal.
Assuming Napoli continue to win, Juventus could tie up the title on May 5 against Palermio at home if they can collect maximum points from their next two matches with Milan and Torino.
MAN OF THE MATCH
Mirko Vucinic - Superb performance from the front man, who gave the home defence serious headaches on the night.