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Torino v Roma: 11 in a row? Watch a Live Stream of the Serie A match – available in UK
- Updated: November 3, 2013
The eyes of the world will be on the Stadio Olimpico di Torino on Sunday night as Roma bid to win their 11th successive Serie A match in what has been an unbelievable run since the opening day of the season.
Bet365 are showing Torino v Roma live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals.
NOTE: Be aware that Bet365 have some geographical restrictions on the broadcast of Torino v Roma, whilst those without a Bet365 account will need to deposit money in an account to watch the match.
Torino v Roma is available in the UK and Ireland. The match is not available in Italy, France, Middle East and North Africa, Japan and USA. Everywhere else in the world is fine.
Roma’s incredible start to the 2013/2014 season continued on Thursday night when they dispatched the Flying Donkeys of Chievo 1-0.
This followed a late 1-0 victory at Udinese for Rudi Garcia’s side who have confounded the critics after selling off their best players (Marquinhos, Pablo Osvaldo and Erik Lamela) in the summer.
Garcia is though without talisman Francesco Totti due to injury and Leandro Castan because of suspension whilst Gervinho, who has been electric since leaving Arsenal, is touch and go to make it after missing the Chievo victory.
Torino’s form has been poor of late but you feel they will be well up for bringing Roma down to size.
Their last win came at Bologna in September and they have let leads slip on a regular basis, including being 2-0 up at Livorno in midweek, where they would eventually draw 3-3.
If Roma can grab all three points they would move level with the Tottenham side of 1960-61, the current record holders in terms of winning successive matches from the start of a campaign.
Can Rudi Garcia’s side do it and again move five points clear of Juventus and Napoli?