Torino will be in Europe if they beat Fiorentina tonight, but otherwise have to hope other results go their way.
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The Granata are currently in sixth place and will retain it with a victory at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
Failing that, they must hope Parma do not win at Livorno, while Milan and Verona could potentially qualify too.
There is a huge problem for Toro, who have top scorer Ciro Immobile suspended along with Cesare Bovo.
Migjen Basha, Giovanni Pasquale, Alexander Farnerud and Salvatore Masiello are injured, so Alessio Cerci is partnered by Riccardo Meggiorini.
Fiorentina have already secured their spot in the Europa League, but want to end the season with fond memories after the last home game, a 4-3 defeat to Sassuolo.
Mario Gomez is back on the bench after a knee injury, but Norberto Neto and Stefan Savic are sidelined with Ryder Matos banned.
Giuseppe Rossi continues his attempts to gain match fitness and earn a place in Italy’s World Cup squad and receives his first start since damaging knee ligaments on January 5.
Fiorentina: Rosati; Roncaglia, Rodriguez, Hegazi; Pasqual, Aquilani, Pizarro, Vargas, Cuadrado, Rossi, Borja Valero
Fiorentina bench: Lupatelli, Bakic, Compper, Wolski, Anderson, Fernandez, Ambrosini, Rebic, Ilicic, Joaquin, Matri, Gomez
Torino: Padelli; Maksimovic, Glik, Moretti; Tachtsidis, Kurtic, Vives, El Kaddouri, Darmian; Cerci, Meggiorini
Torino bench: Gomis, Berni, Gazzi, Comentale, Vesovic, Gyasi, Barreto, Larrondo
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