This weekend’s Serie A action heavily involves the race for Europe, and these Torino vs. Roma predictions will focus on the latest picture in the top half. Visitors Roma will be looking to push their case for Europe whilst hosts Torino look well set in mid-table.
Torino vs. Roma odds
1 – A draw – 21/10
2 – Roma under 1.5 total goals – 4/9
3 – Total goals scored under 2.5 – 1/2
4 – Both teams to score – 6/5
5 – A 1-1 draw – 21/4
As the 202-23 Serie A campaign begins to edge towards its conclusion, there are host of mini battles emerging up and down the table as part of the race for Europa and the scrap to avoid relegation.
With Napoli easing away to a first Serie A title since 1990, the race for European qualification looks set to go right down to the wire, with Jose Mourinho’s Roma right in the middle of it.
Ahead of this weekend’s trip to Turin, Mourinho’s side have a two-point cushion inside the Europa League spots, with only goal difference keeping them away from Champions League qualification.
The Coppa Italia winners will eventually determine how the European spot look at the end of the season, but Roma look strong, based on their league position, and an incoming Europa League quarter final against Feyenoord next week.
In terms of domestic form, neither side have been positive in recent weeks, with two wins each, from their last four Serie A matches.
That lack of difference will give Torino a chance, and they could claim a draw, based on just one defeat in their last four home league outings, and with Roma possibly already having one eye on Feyenoord.
Goals have come in burst for Mourinho in Serie A since the start of 2023, with six scored in their last two home matches, but they have only managed six in five on the road since their World Cup return.
Torino’s season looks to be cruising along into mid-table but Ivan Juric’s hosts have only failed to score in two of their last eight Serie A matches in Turin.
A draw away from home could see Roma’s position pinched but Mourinho will be confident of keeping his charges firmly inside the European reckoning.
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Torino vs. Roma last five matches
Torino last five matches
Roma last five matches
Torino top goalscorers
Roma top goalscorers
Torino vs. Roma line-ups
Torino (3-4-3): Milinkovic-Savic; Buongiorno, Schuurs, Gravillon; Rodriguez, Linetty, Ricci, Singo; Miranchuk, Sanabria, Vlasic
Roma (4-2-3-1): Patricio; Spinazzola, Llorente, Smalling, Zalewski; Matic, Wijnaldum; Faraone, Pellegrini, Dyabala; Abraham
Torino team news
The home side are still dealing with a lengthy injury list ahead of this tie with Ola Aina, Ivan Illic and Ronaldo Vieira all still missing for Juric. A solid draw last weekend means changes are likely to be minimal with Russian international Aleksey Miranchuk potentially recalled.
Roma team news
Mourinho’s options are boosted significantly by three players returning from suspension this weekend with Roger Ibanez, Bryan Cristante and Marash Kumbulla all back in the squad after bans. However, wing back Rick Karsdorp remains out, and Mourinho could stick with an unchanged side.