Genoa have been really relaxed since they mathematically avoided the relegation this season. They will now return home for their last match of the season, where they will play host to Torino on Sunday. Torino deflated at the most crucial point of the season, and have nothing to fight about now.
Genoa (11-18-8) reacted perfectly in their final matches of the season, as they made a great run in April (3-1-2) and mathematically secured themselves from relegation. However, they have not been very good lately, as they have lost four of their last five, but failing to score just once in that span. They have now lost each of their last three, but they will be looking to finish the season in the best possible way. They are now sitting at the 12th spot of the Serie A with 41 points, six ahead of the relegation zone.
Torino (12-10-15) were actively chasing a top-seven finish and a European ticket for next season, but they didn't live up to the expectations. They are actually coming off a win against SPAL by 1-2 at home last week, but that was their only win in their last six (1-2-3). They are now sitting at the 10th spot of the league table with 51 points, nine points behind Atalanta and the 7th spot that leads to the Europa League qualifiers next season. Torino have been quite hard to beat on the road so far in the season (4-5-9), but they won just one of their last ten away matches (1-4-5).