Meanwhile, Lazio will be hoping to get their season back on track following a miserable start to the 2020-21 campaign, despite a recent 2-1 win against Bologna.
Marco Giampaolo's men were unlucky not to secure the win last week, with Sassuolo netting twice in the last ten minutes of the game.
After going ahead on two separate occasions - with goals in the contest coming from Karol Linetty, Andrea Belotti and Sasa Lukic - the visitors were unable to seal that all-important victory as Roberto De Zerbi's men produced a dramatic comeback late in the game.
However, they will be happy to finally gain their first point of the season, having picked up three losses this campaign - climbing one place above the bottom.
On Wednesday, Torino also picked up a 3-1 win against relegated Lecce in the third round of the Coppa Italia, putting them in high spirits as they head into Sunday's fixture.
Lazio, on the other hand, have been busy in the Champions League, with the Italian outfit registering a 1-1 draw against Club Brugge in their most recent European clash.
In the league, their latest home victory against Bologna last Saturday means that they currently sit 12th in Serie A, gaining just their second win this season.
Despite a set of fine chances by Bologna within the 90 minutes, Luis Alberto was the first player to officially get on the scoresheet, putting Lazio 1-0 up in the early moments of the second half.
Lazio last met Torino in June earlier this year, when Inzaghi's team won 2-1, with Immobile once again netting for his side.
Torino Serie A form: DLLL
Torino form (all competitions): WDLLL
Lazio Serie A form: WLDLW
Lazio form (all competitions): DWWLDL
Giampaolo should opt for a similar lineup that faced Sassuolo last week, with the team managing an impressive 3-3 draw against their high-flying opponents.
Belotti, who has sparked interest from the likes of Tottenham Hotspur in recent times, managed to get on the scoresheet in that high-scoring match - and is likely to start alongside Simone Verdi, with the forward scoring a brace in the latest cup tie.
For Lazio, COVID-19 complications means they could be missing several players for this one.
Immobile and Alberto may also miss the game, having not made the starting XI for the Champions League clash against Club Brugge, with Inzaghi likely to field the same team that drew against the Belgian outfit.
Torino possible starting lineup:
Sirigu; Vojvoda, Nkoulou, Lyanco, Rodriguez; Meite, Rincon, Linetty; Lukic; Belotti, Verdi
Lazio possible starting lineup:
Reina; Patric, Hoedt, Acerbi; Marusic, Milinkovic-Savic, Parolo, Akpa-Akpro, Fares; Correa, Caicedo
We say: Torino 1-2 Lazio
Usually, Lazio would be able to conjure up a convincing win against Torino, especially as Giampaolo's men currently find themselves in the relegation zone. However, with a set of key players likely to miss the game and the Biancocelesti struggling this season, this may be a close encounter between the two teams.