Competition: Serie A Date: Wednesday 26th October 2016 Venue: San Siro Kick-Off: 19:45 BST
Inter manager Frank de Boer is likely to rest a few players for the mid-week clash on Wednesday night, with midfielders Ever Banega and Geoffrey Kondogbia set to start in place of Marcelo Brozovic and Mario.
Captain Mauro Icardi will lead the attack for the Nerazzurri alongside Eder and Ivan Perisic at the San Siro.
As for Torino, they’ll be likely to name an unchanged side that drew to Lazio, with weekend goal-scorers Iago Falque and Adem Ljajic set to start upfront.
On the injury front, the visitors remain without defenders Cristian Molinaro (ACL injury) and Danilo Avelar (knee sprain).
Inter Milan head into the Serie A clash on Wednesday night looking to avoid four straight defeats, when they welcome an in-form Torino side at the San Siro.
It’s already desperate times for Frank de Boers men, after suffering a 2-1 defeat to Atalanta at the weekend which was Inter’s third straight league defeat slumping them to 14th in the table.
The only spotlight for the Nerazzuri was the 1-0 win over Southampton, which keeps their Europa League campaign alive, however, the pressure will still be on the Gaffa to turn results around domestically, with their last home win coming against Juventus in the Derby d’Italia last month.
In contrast, Torino make the trip to the San Siro unbeaten in their last six matches, after a stoppage time penalty from Ciro Immobile secured a 2-2 draw in Turin.
Currently, Granata sit fifth in the league and the players are starting to gel as a team under Sinisa Mihajlovic, having scored 11 goals in their last four matches.
Torino will be tipped favourites for victory and to make it seven straight games unbeaten in the league, who are in pursuit of a European spot.
In the corresponding fixture last season, the visitors ran out 2-1 winners thanks to a 73rd minute penalty from Andrea Belotti, with Torino yet to lose in their last two visits at the San Siro.
Handanovic (GK), Nagatomo, Miranda, Murillo, Santon, Kondogbia, Medel, Banega, Perisic, Eder, Icardi
Hart (GK), Barreca, Castan, Rossettini, Zappacosta, Baselli, Valdifiori, Benassi, Belotti, Falque, Ljajic