Preview: Torino vs Frosinone

The upcoming National cup fixture on November 2 will see Torino lock horns with Frosinone, with the kickoff set for 20:00 UTC.

Five years have elapsed since their last Serie A encounter, a match that saw Torino emerge with a 2-1 victory. Torino enters the forthcoming match on the heels of a win against Lecce last Sunday in Serie A.

Conversely, Frosinone is looking to reverse their fortunes following successive losses to Cagliari and Bologna. Strengthening their defense is paramount as they’ve consistently conceded in their last seven outings.

Recent Encounters

Torino celebrated a recent victory over Lecce, whereas Frosinone is amid a downturn, having been bested by Cagliari and Bologna in their last two encounters. Inspecting their last 20 matches, Torino has 9 victories, 5 defeats, and 6 draws. Frosinone, with one fewer match played, stands at 8 wins, 4 defeats, and 7 draws.

Looking at the last six matches, Torino boasts a win against Lecce on October 29, three losses to Inter Milan, Juventus, and Lazio, and draws with Verona and Roma. On the other side, Frosinone celebrated a win against Verona on October 8, faced defeats from Cagliari, Bologna, and Roma, and drew with Fiorentina and Salernitana.

Squad Availability


Torino’s lineup will be missing several key players due to injuries, with Nikola Vlašić out with a head injury, Koffi Djidji with a herniated disc, Brandon Soppy sidelined due to a hamstring injury, and Perr Schuurs out with a cruciate ligament injury. Ivan Jurić will have to make do without these players.


Eusebio Di Francesco’s squad choices at Frosinone are also limited. Injuries rule out Marvin Cuni and Sergio Kalaj, whose conditions are undisclosed, while Francesco Gelli with a muscle injury and Abdou Harroui recovering from foot surgery are also absent from the lineup.

Historical Clashes

The history books show that Torino and Frosinone have faced off a total of 4 times since August 2015, with Torino winning each of these encounters. The last face-off on March 10, 2019, in the Serie A, ended in a 2-1 triumph for Torino. Across these meetings, Torino has netted 11 goals to Frosinone’s 6.

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