While Roma technically have one defeat this season thanks to the Amadou Diawara listing error against Hellas Verona, where the results actually matter—on the pitch—the Giallorossi remain unbeaten, winners of two straight and five of their last seven matches in all competitions, the most recent of which, their 5-0 rout over Cluj in the Europa League, was perhaps the most lopsided contest we've seen under Paulo Fonseca.
Roma's B-Team steam rolled their Romanian visitors last week and with his normal starting crew (minus Edin Dzeko) ready to roll, they'll look to make light work of 17th place Genoa at the Luigi Ferraris today.
Can Roma enter the break on a high note?
— AS Roma (@OfficialASRoma) November 8, 2020
Ecco la nostra formazione per #GenoaRoma #ASRoma pic.twitter.com/yWECwMSbj5
Ecco gli 11 Grifoni per #GenoaRoma— Genoa CFC (@GenoaCFC) November 8, 2020