Torino head back to the Olympic Grande Stadium after a sensational win over AC Milan at the San Siro with the Turin side still in the top half of the table as they welcome Spezia to their own backyard.
It was a hectic game against Milan, despite only one goal coming in. Michael Ndary Adopo was the hero at the San Siro that day, as he scored in the 114th minute to win it for Torino.
Koffi Djidji was sent off in the second half of the game for Torino, and although his red card did put a damper on the result, the club are into the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia once more.
In Serie A, however, Ivan Jurić's men have managed to draw with Hellas Verona and Salernitana in their two games so far and have dropped from eighth into 10th. Nevertheless, they are four clear of Lecce in 11th.
Spezia are just above the relegation zone still after two draws in 2023. They managed to lose a 2-0 lead against Atalanta in their first game, before a second home game in a row saw them draw 0-0 with Lecce.
They are now still six points clear of the bottom three.