Stadio Olimpico, Sunday, 7.45pm Live on BT Sport 1
ROMA continue to surprise having made it a record 10 Serie A wins in a row from the start of the season on Thursday night.
It wasn't easy though as they edged out a defensive Chievo side 1-0 and it's obvious they are missing injured skipper Fransceso Totti.
Torino are next to try to halt the juggernaut and ironically if they do it will help their city rivals Juventus who closed the gap at the top to two points by winning at Parma.
Roma's last two wins have been by 1-0 but remember they've still conceded just one goal in the league which is remarkable.
Torino haven't won since September and even failed to win at Livorno last time out when they were held 3-3 after leading 2-0.
Roma's run has to end soon but I doubt it will be in Turin and I'm on the away at 1-1 with BetVictor and McBookie.com.
I correctly tipped Mario Borrellio to score first against Chievo but noticed Miralem Pjanic went close a few times. He is 11-1 with Paddy Power to score first and worth a serious look at 7-2 to net at anytime.
Roma have won nine out of 10 to nil and a repeat is tempting at 13-5 with Coral but I've a feeling Torino, who have netted nine at home in four games despite winning just one, will nick one. Consider both teams to score at 31-40 with BetVictor even if the stats suggest not.
(1-1, McBookie.com, BetVictor)
Pjanic to score
(7-2, Paddy Power)