Both Torino and Salernitana are aiming for a top half finish in 2023 after dropping points in their comeback Serie A games with the Bull set to head on the road with a trip to the Arechi Stadium before a visit to the San Siro against AC Milan
Torino have one eye on a Coppa Italia battle with Milan to come next week, but before that, they will be aiming to get back in the win column after an underwhelming draw with last-placed Hellas Verona.
The Turin outfit saw Aleksei Miranchuk get another goal for them that day, as Torino fought from behind against a side seemingly doomed for Serie B right now.
That result does, however, keep them in the top half of the table with Torino sitting ninth and with their hopes of getting into Europe not completely over, albeit, a very tough ask at this stage in the campaign.
As for Salernitana, they lost at home to AC Milan last time out, following on from a goal late on by Federico Bonazzoli. They remain in 14th as a result, and have a healthy eight-point gap on the bottom three.