Posted on May 20
Seven-time Italian champions Torino regained their place in Serie A on Sunday after a three-year absence as a 2-0 win over Modena confirmed their promotion.
Torino, who won their last title in 1976 and have been in the shadow of fellow Turin club Juventus since, will be joined in the top flight by Pescara, who secured promotion by winning 3-1 at Sampdoria later on Sunday.
Pescara, coached by former Lazio and Roma coach Zdenek Zeman, last graced the Italian elite in the 1992-93 season.
The other teams vying for promotion to the top tier are Sassuolo, Varese, Padova, Verona and Sampdoria; the latter two both former Italian champions.
The top two go up directly, while the third to sixth-placed sides battle it out in play-offs for the final promotion place.