Milan have struggled so far in the league, but have improved quickly under new head coach Clarence Seedorf to the tune of two wins from their last two.
Torino have defied expectations so far in Serie A and currently sit in a European qualification place in sixth. Their away form has so far been solid as they have lost just four times in 10.
Milan have only scored 14 goals in their 10 home games so far, a statistic that must improve if they are to climb into the European places.
The hosts, should they wrap up the deal in time, could see loan signing from Queens Park Rangers Adel Taarabt make the squad. There are a few doubts in Seedorf's squad including Mario Balotelli and Riccardo Montolivo, although both should play.
Possible starting lineups
Milan: Amelia; De Sciglio, Rami, Bonera, Emanuelson; De Jong, Montolivo; Honda, Kaka, Robinho; Balotelli
Torino: Padelli; Moretti, Glik, Maksimovic, Darmian; Masiello, Farnerud, Vives, Cerci, El Kaddouri; Immobile
Sports Mole says: 2-0