TORINO NEWS

Watch as Napoli flattened Torino with a spectacular long-range Tiemoue Bakayoko strike and Victor Osimhen counter-attack.
Davide Nicola insists he is ‘not worried’ after Torino lost 2-0 to Napoli and remains confident relegation will be ‘a fight to the end.’
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from today’s two Serie A games, as Torino host Napoli, while Milan must beat Lazio to avoid losing second place.
Napoli have moved ahead of Juventus into fourth place, despite being level on 66 points and with an identical head-to-head record.
Tiemoue Bakayoko’s powerful strike and a Victor Osimhen counter-attack allowed Napoli to conquer Torino and catch Juventus in fourth place.
Salvatore Sirigu returns for Torino, as Andrea Belotti and Antonio Sanabria face against a Napoli side with Victor Osimhen, Lorenzo Insigne and Piotr Zielinski.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list for Week 35, 36 and 37 have been announced, including Juventus-Milan, Juventus-Inter and Roma-Lazio.
The FIGC reportedly plans the introduction of provisions to exclude registration in Serie A for teams that reject the competitions from UEFA and FIFA.
Antonio Sanabria should return to Torino’s starting XI, whilst Napoli seem set to give Victor Osimhen the nod up front on Monday.
There are realistically six teams still at risk of relegation and only one spot left, but the remaining fixtures include several head-to-head clashes.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s five Serie A games, including Fiorentina-Juventus, Inter-Verona, Cagliari-Roma and Atalanta-Bologna.
Leonardo Semplici warns Cagliari ‘have it all to do’ still after beating Roma 3-2 and catching Benevento in the battle to avoid relegation.
Cagliari fought their way to a 3-2 victory over Roma that puts them level on points with Benevento, tightening the relegation race with their third straight win.
Lazio’s Serie A Week 25 match with Torino will be played on May 18.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from today’s three Serie A games, Genoa-Spezia, Parma-Crotone and Sassuolo-Sampdoria.
It’s reported that 11 Serie A clubs signed a letter demanding action against Juventus, Milan and Inter for their part in the Super League fiasco.
Bologna have confirmed Nicolas Dominguez, who was stretchered off against Torino, will be out for the rest of the season.
The AIA has announced the referees for Serie A Week 33, and Daniele Orsato will oversee the big game between Lazio and Milan.
Serie A clubs can sue Andrea Agnelli who negotiated the entry of an investment fund incompatible with the Super League, while plotting the new European elite tournament.
Real Madrid President Florentino Perez insists Juventus and Milan have not pulled out of the Super League project and UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin said there will be consequences for the teams involved.