ROMA NEWS

Lazio’s Ultras insist the anti-Semitic slogans and Anne Frank stickers left in the Curva Sud are “not a crime”.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito will visit a synagogue tomorrow, after fans left anti-semitic slurs in the Curva Sud.
Lazio fans left images of Anne Frank in a Roma kit and anti-semitic messages in the Curva Sud after their win over Cagliari.
Following the draw with Inter, Napoli still remain top as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 9’s action
Hector Moreno assures he is “very happy” at Roma after making his full debut on Sunday against Torino.
Radja Nainggolan claims Roma are “built to win something” after they beat Torino but admits “I’m afraid of missing another World Cup.”
Antonio Cassano believes he “could’ve been playing on Mars with Lionel Messi, Neymar and few others, but I ruined myself.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including the Verona Derby, Milan-Genoa, Torino-Roma, Udinese-Juventus and Lazio-Cagliari.
Sinisa Mihajlovic insists Torino “did not deserve to lose” against Roma, but he’s not surprised by Aleksandar Kolarov’s goal.
Eusebio Di Francesco hails “a very important win” for Roma away at Torino, but won’t discuss the Scudetto yet.
Roma goalscorer Aleksandar Kolarov says it’s “pointless” to talk about the Scudetto at this stage of the season.
A magical free kick from Aleksandar Kolarov gave Roma their record 11th consecutive away victory in Serie A, sinking toothless Torino.
Roma director Monchi is confident they are “on the right track and getting better every day. The word ‘Scudetto’ should not frighten us.”
Here are the line-ups for the Serie A matches kicking off at 14.00 UK time (13.00 GMT).
Roma hope to build on their midweek performance at Chelsea by visiting defensively frail Torino and give Radja Nainggolan a new role.
Torino host Roma on Sunday afternoon without Andrea Belotti, Lyanco, Joel Obi and Cristian Ansaldi.
Roma face Torino without injured defenders Federico Fazio or Kostas Manolas, but Patrik Schick and Gregoire Defrel return.
Sinisa Mihajlovic trusts Torino can turn their recent performances around and surprise Roma. “They’re not perfect and we’re not in crisis.”
Mario Balotelli reveals he was in negotiations with Juventus, would not return to Inter or Milan, but is enthusiastic about Napoli and Roma.
Eusebio Di Francesco insists Torino will be “more difficult” to prepare than Chelsea, but Roma have to build on that Stamford Bridge performance.