AS Roma will have one eye on the upcoming Conference League final against Feyenoord, but Jose Mourinho’s men can’t relax as they will be playing for a place in the top six on Thursday when they visit Torino in the final Serie A round. The Giallorossi missed a golden chance to book their Europa League slot for next season last week, when they were held to a 1-1 draw at home against Venezia, while Torino are fighting for their first top-half finish in the last three seasons.
Where and when: Stadio Olimpico Di Torino – 14 May, kick-off 19:45
Where you can see Torino vs. Roma: BT Sport, Bet365 Live streaming
Last time: Tammy Abraham scored the only goal, as Roma beat Torino 1-0 in the first game between those teams this season that took place at Stadio Olimpico back in November.
Torino v Roma Predictions and Preview
Jose Mourinho would’ve certainly loved to focus solely on the upcoming Conference League final against Feyenoord that will take place next Wdnesday, but the 1-1 draw against Venezia last week means that the Giallorossi’s next clash against Torino is now a must-win for the Capital side.
Roma are currently in sixth place with 60 points, but both Atalanta and Fiorentina are with 59, which means that if Mourinho’s men fail to beat Torino and Feyenoord, the Giallorossi will not play in Europe next term.
Torino, meanwhile, wasn’t even close to the fight for the top six this term, but Ivan Juric’s men enjoyed a solid season and will be looking to finish it on a high by finishing in the top half of the table. The Granata are currently 10th with 50 points – the same tally as Sassuolo’s, so the hosts need to either win or hope that Sassuolo will lose their final game against Milan.
Torino vs. Roma full time result odds
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is the only absentee for the visitors, but Mourinho might be tempted to rest some of his usual starters. After all, Roma will play in Europe if they beat Feyenoord and can theoretically still finish in the top six even if they don’t win this game. Despite all this, the visitors are slight 13/12 favourites to get three points and book a place in the top six.
Torino won only one of their last seven games and although they beat Roma in their last game at Stadio Olimpico di Torino, the hosts are 27/10 to repeat that feat this time. Considering Roma’s upcoming European final and Torino’s quality, the draw seems like the most logical choice and can be backed up at 14/5.
Torino vs. Roma over/under odds
Five of Roma’s last six away games in Serie A have seen under 2.5 goals and the same applies for three of Torino’s last four games at home. Considering all this, our suggestion is to go with under 2.5 goals, available at 8/7 in these Torino vs. Roma tips.
Torino vs. Roma correct score odds
Two of Torino’s last three draws at home were 1-1, while Roma’s last three stalemates on the road in all competitions were also by the same scoreline. The Giallorossi also drew 1-1 against Venezia last week, so our pick for this one is once again a 1-1 draw, available at 34/5 in this Torino vs. Roma preview.
Torino vs. Roma first goalscorer odds
Tammy Abraham is enjoying a fantastic debut season at Roma, as the English striker has already netted 25 goals in all competitions since joining form Chelsea in the summer. 15 of those strikes were in Serie A, including one in the first game against Torino. Abraham is 21/4 to break the deadlock this time as well, while the odds raise to 39/1 if he does so and the game ends 1-1.