AS Roma remain entrenched in the fight to secure Champions League qualification and look to build momentum ahead of the final stretch of the season when they face Torino in Matchday 29 of Serie A on Saturday.
The Giallorossi were comprehensive 3-0 winners over Sampdoria last time out and sit in fifth place, but are level with Inter and only a point behind AC Milan.
Torino, meanwhile, come into the game off the back of a 1-1 draw against Sassuolo and find themselves firmly entrenched in mid-table in 10th place.
Torino vs AS Roma: Predicted line-ups
As per La Gazzetta dello Sport, Roma should be able to call upon most of their defence, after centre-backs Marash Kumbulla, Roger Ibanez, and Gianluca Mancini served their suspensions.
Midfielder Bryan Cristante is also back from a ban, but the Lupi are without the injured Rick Karsdorp and Ebrima Darboe.
Torino will be without Ivan Ilic and David Zima through injury, whilst Ronaldo Vieira is a doubt.
Granata trio Valentino Lazaro, Perr Schuurs, and Antonio Sanabria are one booking away from a suspension, whilst Roma duo Ibanez and Nemanja Matic must also watch their step.
Torino predicted XI vs AS Roma (3-4-2-1): Milinkovic-Savic; Gravillon, Schuurs, Buongiorno; Singo, Ricci, Linetty, Rodriguez; Vlasic, Radonjic; Sanabria
AS Roma predicted XI vs Torino (3-4-2-1): Rui Patricio; Mancini, Smalling, Ibanez; Zalewski, Matic, Wijnaldum, Spinazzola; Dybala, Pellegrini; Abraham
Torino vs AS Roma: When does the Serie A fixture start?
Kick-off in the Serie A Matchday 29 fixture of Torino vs AS Roma is set for 18:30 CEST, local time in Italy, on Saturday, April 8.
For viewers in the United Kingdom and Ireland, the game will start at 17:30 BST. That is 12:30 EDT / 09:30 PDT in the United States.
Torino vs AS Roma: Where to watch the Serie A fixture?
For fans in the United States, Torino vs AS Roma will be on Paramount+ along with other fixtures on Serie A Matchday 29.
Torino vs AS Roma will be shown on BT Sport 1 in the United Kingdom and Ireland.