Roma coach Rudi Garcia wants his side to bounce back after last week's disappointing draw against Verona.
The Giallorossi host Juventus in this weekend's highlight in the Italian Serie A and the Frenchman wants his side to take full advantage of tomorrow's game at the Stadio Olimpico.
"I've got the line-up 90% set in my mind," Garcia said on Saturday.
"I'm waiting to see if Torosidis is fully fit when the guys limber up tomorrow morning. If he is, as I expect him to be, he'll start at left-back, that way we can give Digne a bit of time to adjust to his new team.
"As for the other positions, you'll see tomorrow. We'll start the game with one playing system but we have other ideas – and not just formations – that we can put into practice to get the three points tomorrow.
"[Juventus] signed Mandzukic, Zaza, Dybala, Khedira, Alex Sandro and I'm sure I'm forgetting someone. The team that won the last four league titles is always going to be top quality.
"No one is at their best at the start of the season but we've tried to work our way up towards 100% over the last week.
"It will be a great game, the sort you always like to be involved in even though it's a bit strange to be playing it in the second week.
"We have to make home advantage count for us in front of our fans."