Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly has been ruled out for the rest of 2016 due to a knee injury, and joins long term absentee Arkadiusz Milik.
Belgian winger Dries Mertens is set to keep his place in attack ahead of Manolo Gabbiadini, having scored four goals in his last two appearances, including a hat-trick during the 5-0 away win to Cagliari last week.
Meanwhile, the visitors are without midfielder Joel Obi and defender Danilo Avelar, both sidelined with suspected muscle and knee injuries.
Former Napoli player Mirko Valdifiori will feature against his old club alongside midfielders Daniele Baselli and Marco Benassi in Naples.
Maurizio Sarri’s Napoli return to Serie A action this weekend, when they play host to Torino at the Stadio San Paolo on Sunday afternoon.
The Naples outfit have got their groove back in the league with back-to-back wins over Inter Milan and Cagliari, scoring eight goals and keeping two clean sheets in the process.
It extends their unbeaten run to eight matches in all competitions, since their 2-1 defeat to title rivals Juventus during the end of October.
Currently, the Partenopei sit fourth in the table and a win could leapfrog them past AC Milan who face a tough home tie against Atalanta.
In contrast, Torino will still be wounded following their 3-1 derby day defeat to Juventus last weekend, dropping them down to eighth place.
On the plus, Il Granata are tied second in the goals tally alongside Napoli, and for a neutrals perspective it’s poised to be a very entertaining encounter between to attack minded sides.
Head coach Sinisa Mihajlovic will be hoping star forward Andrea Belotti can continue his impressive goal streak who scored the opener in the Turin derby, making it 11 goals for the season.
However, Napoli will be favourites for victory on Sunday having lost just once in their last eight meetings against Torino, and they did the double over Granata last season with successive 2-1 wins home and away.
Reina (GK), Hysaj, Albiol, Maksimovic, Ghoulam, Zielinski, Diawara, Hamsik, Callejon, Mertens, Insigne
Hart (GK), Zappacosta, Rossettini, Castan, Barreca, Benassi, Valdifiori, Baselli, Iago Falque, Belotti, Ljajic