TORINO NEWS

Mario Rui will miss Napoli’s Serie A match against Torino on Sunday with a muscle injury but has nonetheless been called up by Portugal.
The Serie A Week 7 referees have been announced as Gianluca Rocchi will officiate the Derby d’Italia between Inter and Juventus.
Roma sporting director Gianluca Petrachi is facing a long ban for starting work at the Olimpico while still being contracted to Torino.
Torino have both Coach Walter Mazzarri and assistant Nicolò Frustalupi suspended against Napoli, while Mateo Musacchio and Alexis Sanchez have one-match bans.
Walter Mazzarri slammed his Torino side for “self-destructing” against Parma but maintained their 3-2 defeat was “undeserved in every sense”.
Roberto Inglese was Parma's super-sub as the Ducali left it late to beat 10-man Torino 3-2 on Monday evening.
Nkoulou had not played for Torino in over a month after he was dropped for trying to engineer a move away.
Torino are set to welcome back Nicolas Nkoulou when they face Parma in Serie A this evening.
Franck Kessie insists Milan must continue to focus on quality as they host Fiorentina. “It’s difficult to win if you play badly.”
Matteo Darmian picked up a muscular injury and will miss Parma’s meeting with his former club Torino on Monday.
Marco Giampaolo urged Milan to “take the positives from the Torino game and multiply them” against Fiorentina, sticking with the 4-3-3 formation.
The referees for Serie A Week 6 are announced as Piero Giacomelli will officiate Vincenzo Montella’s return to Milan with Fiorentina.
Walter Mazzarri maintains Torino “deserved the victory” after turning Milan around 2-1, but refused to look at the Serie A table.
Marco Giampaolo felt it was “Milan’s best performance of the season so far, but we didn’t take our chances to kill it off” in a 2-1 loss to Torino.
Andrea Belotti described the way Torino decided as a group to fight back and beat Milan 2-1, along with both his goals. “It was all I could do!”
Milan dominated the first half and took the lead with a penalty, but Andrea Belotti’s five-minute brace turned it all around for Torino.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from tonight’s final midweek Serie A match between Torino and Milan.
Paolo Maldini defended Marco Giampaolo, assuring Milan “continue to believe he is the right Coach. We had similar issues with Arrigo Sacchi.”
Davide Calabria warns Torino “man-mark you and don’t leave spaces, but Milan must play with great determination.”
Milan ring the changes with Theo Hernandez, Ismael Bennacer and Rafael Leao, while Torino give Simone Verdi his first start.