April 19, 2024 3:05 AM
Alex Lawes

Torino vs Frosinone Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 Italian Serie A


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When is Torino vs Frosinone on and what time does it start? Torino vs Frosinone will take place on Sunday 21st April, 2024 – 14:00 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Torino vs Frosinone? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

What TV channel is Torino vs Frosinone on in the UK? TNT Sports have the rights to Serie A matches in the UK, so it is worth checking their schedule for Torino vs Frosinone

Where can I stream Torino vs Frosinone in the UK? If Torino vs Frosinone is televised on TNT Sports, then subscribers can stream the match live on discovery+



Despite being one of the dullest teams to watch, which is paradoxical as their manager, former Hellas Verona boss Ivan Juric, does intend on playing a progressive and easy on the eye style of football, Torino do head into the final six matches of the Serie A season in contention for a top eight finish and potential European qualification.

They passed up an excellent opportunity to defeat city rivals Juventus for the first time in nine years last weekend in the Derby della Mole when they shared a goalless draw with the struggling Old Lady. They sit tucked inside the top-half of the table but have scored just 31 goals in 32 games this season; only five teams have scored fewer than that.


Following their promotion to the top-flight last season, Frosinone took the decision to sack manager Fabio Grosso and replace him with former Roma boss Eusebio Di Francesco in order to play a more enterprising and attacking style of football in the top-flight. That has certainly been the case with Frosinone’s 32 matches consisting of 103 goals.

However, the Romans begin this weekend’s round of fixtures sitting in the bottom three and the relegation places with the pressure mounting on Di Francesco. They come into this one on the back of a third successive draw as they shared a 2-2 draw with defending champions Napoli in Naples last weekend.



Samuele Ricci is missing through suspension for this weekend, whilst both Pietro Pellegri and Gvidas Gineitis are out injured. Koffi Djidji and Christian N’Guessan are also doubts.

PREDICTED XI (3-4-1-2): Milinkovic-Savic; Tameze, Buongiorno, Rodriguez; Bellanova, Ilic, Linetty, Vojvoda; Vlasic; Sanabria, Zapata

UNAVAILABLE: Ricci (Suspended), Pellegri (Injured), Gineitis (Injured)

QUESTIONABLE: Djidji (Injured), N’Guessan (Injured)


Both Anthony Oyono and Sergio Kalaj are unavailable for Lecce for this weekend as they face Torino, whilst midfielder Abdou Harroui is also a doubt.

PREDICTED XI (3-4-1-2): Turati; Okoli, Romagnoli, Lirola; Zortea, Barrenechea, Mazzitelli, Valeri; Brescianini; Soule, Cheddira

UNAVAILABLE: Oyono (Injured), Kalaj (Injured)

QUESTIONABLE: Harroui (Injured)


Frosinone’s aforementioned three successive draws have been more than reasonable results against champions Napoli, top four chasing Bologna and an impressive Genoa side away from home. However, it does mean that they are now winless in 11 matches since defeating Cagliari in mid-January. They now face a Torino side that have lost as many games as the aforementioned Napoli and fewer than both Lazio and Atalanta. Torino are rarely convincing but they are a top-half side that tend to not lose hosting a team that tend to not win. There should therefore be only one winner this weekend.


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