Competition: Serie A Date: Sunday 23rd October 2016 Venue: Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino Kick-Off: 14:00 BST
Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic remains a doubt for the visitors after suffering a hand fracture in the 1-1 draw to Bologna last week.
The Rome outfit were also dealt a massive blow with defender Stefan de Vrij ruled out for the next two months due to a Metatarsal injury and Stefan Radu remains unavailable through suspension.
Ciro Immobile will start in attack alongside Felipe Anderson, and midfielder Luis Alberto could be handed a recall in place of the injured Savic.
Meanwhile, Torino could name an unchanged side from their win over Palermo, with former Roma midfielder Adem Ljajic scoring twice in the 4-1 victory at the Stadio Renzo Barbera.
Torino look to continue their five match unbeaten streak at the weekend, when they play host to Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino on Sunday afternoon.
Currently, El Toro sit fourth in Serie A after successive wins over Palermo, Fiorentina and Roma, which leaves them just two points behind second place with 14 points.
Adem Ljajic has been the man in-form for the Bulls, having scored four goals in his last seven matches and head coach Siniša Mihajlović will be hoping the Serbian starlet can produce the same at the weekend.
On the other hand, Lazio travel to Turin with just one defeat in their last five league games, going back to the 2-0 loss against AC Milan last month.
Last week, the Biancocelesti left to it late against Bologna with a stoppage time Ciro Immobile penalty rescuing a point for Simon Inzaghi’s side.
Lazio will be considered slight favourites come Sunday, having won four and drawn once in their last five meetings, with the previous encounter last season ending in a 1-1 draw in Turin.
Hart (GK), Zappacosta, Rossettini, Castan, Barreca, Benassi, Valdifiori, Baselli, Falque, Belotti, Ljajic
Marchetti (GK), Wallace, Hoedt, Cataldi, Gabarron, Lulic, Parolo, Luis Alberto, Keita, Anderson, Immobile