Torino will be travelling to Stadio Arechi to face Salernitana on Saturday as the will be looking for a victory that will keep their hopes of securing a Conference League Qualifiers spot alive.
Salernitana sit last in the table on 16 points from their 28 matches played, and are nine points adrift of safety with eight matches to play.
The Garnets were defeated 2-0 against Juventus in their last Serie A match at Allianz Stadium, which extended their winless streak to nine matches.
The hosts will be looking to address a poor run of results on home soil this season, having recorded five draws, eight losses and only one win in 14 Serie A matches. They will seek to reverse a 10-game home winless run dating to October 2021 against Empoli.
The visitors are currently sitting 11 in the Serie A standings on 35 point, having played 35 points, 10 points above 17th-placed Cagliari just above the relegation zone.
Torino have scored 34 goals and conceded 30 through 29 matches, leaving them trailing six-placed Roma by 16 points for a spot in the Conference League Qualifiers.
In their last league match, Torino suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hand of Genoa at Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris, extending their winless streak to eight matches, a run they will be looking to bounce back from with a victory here.
Ivan Juric’s side will seek to address a poor run of results on the road this season, having reacorded four draws, eight losses and just two wins in league away matches.
In the last meeting between the two sides in Serie A action, Torino won 4-0 at Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino in September. Antonio Sanabra opened the scoring for Toro in the 45th minute, before Bremer, Tommaso Pobega and Sasa Likic also got their names on the scoresheet.
Salernitana vs Torino head to head
The two sides have previously met on 11 occasions, where Torino are leading with five victories while Salernitana have won four, while they have drawn in two. Torino have scored 15 goals and conceded eight. In their last five encounters, Torino have won twice, Salernitana once and they have drawn twice.
Salernitana 0-0 Torino 15/10/04
Torino 0-0 Salernitana 06/03/05
Salernitana 0-3 Torino 18/09/09
Torino 2-3 Salernitana 20/02/10
Torino 4-0 Salernitana 12/09/21
Salernitana latest home form
Salernitana have recently been on a relatively good run of form at home, having been unbeaten in their four most recent matches. In their last home game, they picked up a 2-2 draw against Sassuolo in the league. In their last five matches, they have scored seven goals and conceded 10.
Salernitana 0-3 Lazio 15/01/22
Salernitana 2-2 Spezia 07/02/22
Salernitana 2-2 AC Milan 19/02/22
Salernitana 1-1 Bologna 26/02/22
Salernitana 2-2 Sassuolo 12/03/22
Salernitana latest away form
Salernitana have recently failed to keep a good run of form on the road, having lost in three of their five most recent matches. Their last away victory came on January 9 when they defeated Verona 2-1. In their last five matches, they have scored four goals and conceded 13.
Verona 1-2 Salernitana 09/01/22
Napoli 4-1 Salernitana 23/01/22
Genoa 1-1 Salernitana 13/02/22
Inter Milan 5-0 Salernitana 04/03/22
Juventus 2-0 Salernitana 20/03/22
Torino latest home form
Torino have recently failed to keep a good run of form at home, having won only one of their five most recent matches. Their last home victory came on January 10 when they managed to defeat Fiorentina 4-0. In their last five matches, they have scored eight goals and conceded six.
Torino 4-0 Fiorentina 10/01/22
Torino 1-1 Sassuolo 23/01/22
Torino 1-2 Venezia 12/02/22
Torino 1-2 Cagliari 27/02/22
Torino 1-1 Inter Milan 13/03/22
Torino latest away form
Torino have recently kept a relatively poor form on the road, having failed to win in any of their four most recent matches. Their last away victory came on January 15 when they defeated Sampdoria 2-1. In their last five away matches, they have scored three goals and conceded five.
Sampdoria 1-2 Torino 15/01/22
Udinese 2-0 Torino 06/02/22
Juventus 1-1 Torino 18/02/22
Bologna 0-0 Torino 06/03/22
Genoa 1-0 Torino 18/03/22
Matteo Ruggeri, Mamadou Coulibaly and Frederic Veseli all remain sidelined with muscle injuries, while Diego Perotti is expected back in April from his calf injury.
Stefan Strandberg will be out of contention on an unknown period, while Lys Mousset is likely to make a return early in April from sprained leg.
Josip Brekalo tested positive for COVID-19 and could be out for a few weeks, while Tommaso Pobega remains suspended for one match.
Antonio Sanabria remains out of contention for this contest with a muscle injury, while Pietro Pellegri and Denis Praet both remain sidelined with knee and foot injuries respectively.
Prediction and Odds
Salernitana will be looking to pick up a positive result from this match and try to find their way out of the relegation zone.
However, Torino seem to be a stronger side and with their hopes of the Conference League Qualifiers, we are of the opimion they will take an away win.
Odds: 1 2.45 X 2.05 2 2.20
Salernitana 0-1 Torino
Salernitana 0-2 Torino
Salernitana 1-2 Torino
Salernitana 2-3 Torino
Salernitana 1-1 Torino