Coach Corini is going to stick with the 4-3-1-2 reminiscent of the formation that Di Carlo used before him.
In his more balanced version though, Corini is going to field Hetemaj as trequartista and leave both Pellissier and Di Michele out.
Dramè and Jokic are in contention for the left-back spot.
Torino took a useful point from Genoa last week, but now they must keep on track by winning at home against a direct rival. Ventura's team have failed to benefit from good chances like this one before and must now get all three points.
Chievo have had three consecutive victories and may already be satisfied with their position in the table, with their minds already wandering to the holiday and the restart of training. Corini needs to avoid any drop in concentration, and fielding some players that have had fewer chances may do the job.
In the end it could be a battle between a team using the flanks against a side very strong in the middle of the pitch. Chievo's form suggests that they may be able to get at least a point in Turin.
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