Lazio were meant to welcome Torino to the Stadio Olimpico for a Serie A showdown on Tuesday evening, though the game will not be fulfilled.
Torino were not authorised to leave Turin due to a quarantine order, but the game was not officially postponed. Instead, Lazio named their starting XI and the match will be given until 45 minutes after the planned kick-off before it is cancelled and the hosts are awarded a 3-0 win.
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Where to watch Lazio vs Torino on TV:
- UK: Premier Sports 1
- US: ESPN+
Scoreline prediction: Lazio 2-1 Torino
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Lazio vs Torino build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
A disappointing 2-0 loss at Bologna has temporarily stifled Lazio’s push towards finishing in a Champions League place this season. It’s the Romans’ second loss in three games but before this period, they had put together a six-match winning run. Simone Inzaghi’s men nonetheless remain firmly in the top-four picture, currently sitting sixth, but they can ill-afford another setback. At the Stadio Olimpico they’ve been flawless of late; heading into their meeting with Torino they had won six on the bounce, among those victories are Napoli (2-0) and city rivals Roma (3-0).
Given the wealth of experience and talent in this current Torino side, it’s surprising to see them in a relegation dogfight. Davide Nicola’s side currently sit one place and five points above the relegation zone. After drawing five consecutive games, part of an eight-game winless run, they finally put three points on the board by edging out Cagliari (1-0) on the road. That victory was Torino’s third away from home this season, albeit those wins came against teams in the bottom half.
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Player to watch: Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Lazio)
It feels like some time ago when a who’s who of Europe’s super clubs were lining up to battle for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic’s signature. Those constant murmurings evaporated but could return this summer given his resurgence in form. The 26-year-old Serbian midfielder, who in the past has been likened to Paul Pogba, has netted twice in Lazio’s previous six Serie A outings as well as creating a further two goals. It brings his season tally to five goals and seven assists. Regarding the latter, this equals Milinkovic-Savic’s most productive campaign having previously brought up that total in 2016/2017, though he’s got a long way to go before matching the 12 goals he registered three seasons ago.
Serie A 2020/21 recent form:
- Lazio: LWLWW
- Torino: WDDDD
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