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Ok, Italy train Gurus > Florence to Rome?

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I have to be at FCO on Sunday Oct 21st at 1pm to meet a tour. I'm coming from Florence and I know the trip is approx 1.5 hours to Rome (then change at Triburtina and continue to FCO)
My question is this - Does traveling on a Sunday make any difference in schedule reliability? Should I make my way down Saturday evening in case there's any schedule disruption? I've been hearing about sporadic strikes.
A night in Rome is fine by me, I love Rome, but is it necessary?

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