This weekend, Serie A, along with Europe's other "Big Five" leagues will resume after an interruption due to international football. Prior to this, Milan, Inter, Juventus, and Roma all lost their respective matches, setting an unwanted record in the process, so it is safe to say that all four sides will be aiming to get back on track when Serie A gets back underway.
Roma, who suffered a shock 1-0 loss to Atalanta, will be in action against Inter, who just so happen to be Jose Mourinho's former side, on Saturday. Like the Giallorossi, the Nerazzurri also lost last time out, as they were on the wrong end of a 3-1 score-line against an Udinese side who have surprised many observers this season.
Ahead of Saturday's crunch clash, Roma, who will be the visiting team, have been given a major boost. New signing Paulo Dybala, who missed out on the loss to Atalanta due to a muscular problem, is expected to join his teammates at training on Friday.
While the former Juventus ace did link up with his national squad during the international break, he did not feature in any of Argentina's two matches.
Italian reports have noted that it has not yet been determined whether Dybala will be able to be involved from the beginning, and indeed will need to pass a late fitness test to see his level of involvement. However, as he is expected to feature in training, he is subsequently anticipated to make the trip and depending on how things go, could return to the starting XI, or at the very least, come on as a sub.