Just over 72 hours since their last match, Torino will be back in action once again on Tuesday evening, as they make the long journey to Reggio Calabria to take on an in-form Reggina side.
Torino will be forced to make at least two changes from their side who beat Empoli, as Alessandro Parisi and Juan Surraco have stayed behind in Turin and have not made the trip. Luciano Zavango should come in at left back, whilst Mirco Antenucci, who was impressive after coming off the bench on Saturday, could start on the wing.
Toro will be facing a team that is in good form, as Reggina have won their last four matches, against Bari, Livorno, Varese, and most recently an impressive 3-0 away win at Brescia. However, it must be noted that in this last match, the Brescia missed two penalties, and despite having 66% of the possession, they still managed to lose the game.
Although they did lose their last away match against Gubbio, Torino have been impressive on the road this season, winning all of their other five matches.