Torino embark on the long journey south to Crotone looking to get back to winning ways after successive draws against Sassuolo and Bari.
Angelo Ogbonna has returned from international duty and will therefore play against the club he played on loan for in the 2007/8 season. The talented defender will captain the team in the absence of Rolando Bianchi, who will miss this game (and the next two) because of suspension.
With Bianchi out of the team, Mirco Antenucci could revert to his favoured position upfront, alongside either Alessandro Sgrigna or Giulio Ebagua, and Simone Verdi could come into the side on the wing.
Crotone have had an average start to the season and are currently in 15th place in the table, and they have only gained one point in their last three matches. However, the last game that they won was at home against Padova, which shows they can get results against the better teams in the division.
Toro have not beaten Crotone away from home in a decade, so lets hope that can be rectified on Saturday.