Competition: Europa League Date: Thursday 20th October 2016 Venue: Stadio Olimpico Kick-Off: 20:05 BST
Edin Dzeko and Mohamed Salah could be rested for the home tie with Vienna at the Stadio Olimpico, paving way for Francesco Totti and Dutch midfielder Kevin Strootman who was on target during the win over Astra two weeks back.
Juan Iturbe is also likely to earn a recall to the starting line-up; however, Danielle De Rossi is unavailable for the hosts through suspension and winger Diego Perotti is out of action with a muscle injury.
Meanwhile, the visitors are without centre forward Ronivaldo and midfielder Richard Windbichler both sustaining muscle injuries.
Roma return to Europa League action on Thursday night, when they play host to Austria Vienna at the Stadio Olimpico.
The Giallorrossi are in high spirits coming into the clash, recording a 3-1 win over rivals Napoli in the Derby del Sole at the weekend, thanks to an Edin Dzeko brace in Naples.
Luciano Spalletti’s men remain unbeaten after their opening two group matches, with the Rome outfit smashing four past Astra to move top of Group E ahead of their opponents who sit second.
On the other hand, the visitors make the trip to the capital also unbeaten in the group stages with one draw and win for the Austrian club.
In domestic competition, Vienna currently are fourth in the league following their recent 2-0 win away to Mattersburg on Sunday, nine points behind leaders Sturm Graz.
However, Roma will be tipped favourites to pick up all three points, who are unbeaten in their last five home matches, and have scored 10 goals in their last three at the Olimpico stadium.
Alisson (GK), Jesus, Fazio, Manolas, Peres, Paredes, Strootman, Florenzi, Totti, Salah, Iturbe
Almer (GK), Larson, Stronati, Filipovic, Martschinko, Holzhauser, Serbest, Pires, Grunwald, Venuto, Kayode