TORINO NEWS

Giampiero Ventura has called in Nicola Sansone, Domenico Criscito, Alessio Romagnoli and Matteo Darmian for Italy’s World Cup qualifiers with Spain and Macedonia.
It’s the last round before the break for international duty and there are some big games, including Torino-Fiorentina, Milan-Sassuolo and a huge Roma v Inter.
Referees chief Marcello Nicchi has confirmed that Serie A will begin trialling video replays in Torino-Fiorentina and Milan-Sassuolo this weekend.
Juventus, Milan and Roma are all reportedly interested in Torino youngster Antonio Barreca.
Torino are reportedly willing to offer Joe Hart a contract until 2021, but he’d have to cut his salary.
After an extended weekend of exciting, enthralling and entertaining Serie A football Dave Taylor selects his top XI from Week 6.
Luciano Spalletti criticised Roma for their “arrogance” after a 3-1 defeat to Torino, their second Serie A loss in a week.
Sinisa Mihajlovic praised Torino for their “best performance of the season” in beating Roma 3-1. “I saw 11 bulls out there today.”
Iago Falque hailed “very important goals” against his former club, as Torino got back on track with a 3-1 win over Roma.
Andrea Belotti returned and so did Torino with a 3-1 victory over Roma, despite Francesco Totti’s 250th Serie A goal two days before his 40th birthday.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni said Francesco Totti is “our Peter Pan who refuses to grow up” and could keep playing when he turns 41.
Cesare Bovo and Torino are feeling “confident” ahead of today’s early kick-off with Roma, “one of the best teams in Serie A.”
Joe Hart is reunited with his old Manchester City teammate Edin Dzeko as free-scoring Torino and Roma go head-to-head.
Bruno Peres returns to face his former club Torino today and advised Roma to “get at them right away” with a high tempo.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s six Serie A games, including Torino-Roma, Inter-Bologna and Fiorentina-Milan.
Andrea Belotti insists he “will not set limits” on himself as his Torino host Roma in the early kick-off.
Joe Hart’s Torino face Edin Dzeko’s Roma in the early game, then Inter welcome Bologna, Sassuolo host Udinese and tonight there’s Fiorentina-Milan.
Sinisa Mihajlovic accepts Roma “are a stronger team, but Torino can still win” and reveals why Francesco Totti “owes me a dinner.”
Luciano Spalletti warns it will take “a strong Roma” to beat Torino and Leandro Castan tomorrow, while giving some tactical analysis.
Thomas Vermaelen is once again in doubt for Roma, as he trained separately yesterday.