Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura warns his team “are working to become more clinical” against Milan this afternoon.
The Rossoneri visit the Stadio Olimpico in Turin against a Granata side that is eager to make up for their 3-0 derby defeat.
“Milan are coming here with great conviction, because now they are getting results and going through a positive period of form,” said Ventura.
“Our strength is in the team unit, so there are players able to stand in for the suspended Kamil Glik.
“Torino’s objectives have to be securing another year in Serie A. We cannot go into the campaign thinking it’ll be a walk in the park.
“This will be a tough game, but we are working to fix our mistakes and become more clinical. We have regrets from the last two games, dropping points to Fiorentina in the last six minutes and not being able to play with 11 men against Juventus. Hopefully we won’t be left with regrets again.
“Our approach may well depend on how Milan are set up. We will see and adapt.”
Torino squad for Milan: Agostini, Basha, Bianchi, Birsa, Brighi, Cerci, D'Ambrosio, Darmian, Di Cesare, Gazzi, Gillet, Gomis, Masiello, Meggiorini, Ogbonna, Rodriguez, Sansone, Santana, Sgrigna, Stevanovic, Suciu, Verdi, Vives
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