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Jonathan Cordingley 25th Mar 2014 - 19:13

Serie A Opta Facts | 25-26 March

Atalanta v Livorno


• Atalanta have won nine of their 11 home games against Livorno so far, including the last seven.
• Atalanta have scored 11 goals over their last three home games against Livorno (on average 3.7 per game).
• The Bergamaschi have won four Serie A games in a row for the first time since December 1995.
• Atalanta have won five of the six games played on home soil in 2014, losing one to Parma.

• Livorno have conceded goals over their last 18 Serie A fixtures - their last clean sheet came against Atalanta in the reverse fixture.

• The Tuscans haven't seen the same result repeated for two games in a row over the last 10 Serie A MDs - they lost 3-1 the last one against Torino.• Livorno are the team that have conceded the most goals in the opening 15 minutes of play (nine) as well as in the final 30 minutes (25) so far this season.

• Three of Atalanta's last four goals in Serie A have been scored by Giacomo Bonaventura.

 

Cagliari - Verona

Verona have won their last three Serie A games against Cagliari.
• These two sides have shared just one draw over their last eight meetings in the top-flight (2-2 in September 1996).
• Their last draw in Sardinia was back in 1974 - since then, there has been three wins for the Rossoblu and two for the Veneti.
• Cagliari have won only one of their last seven league fixtures, losing four in the process.
• The Sardinians haven't scored any goals over their last two league games - they've notfailed to score for three games in a row this campaign.
• Cagliari have alternated a loss to a win over their last five home games, they lost 0-2 against Lazio during their previous match in Sardinia.
• Verona have failed to score over their last four league games - they last time they failed to score in five matches in a row during a Serie A season was back in November 1999.
• Verona have lost their last three league games, they've not lost four consecutive games this campaign.
• Verona have conceded 12 goals from outside the box this season - more than any other Serie A side.
• Luca Toni has already netted seven goals in Serie A against Cagliari, only against Parma (nine) and Lazio (eight) has he bagged more to date.

Catania - Napoli

• Napoli have scored only four goals over their 12 games played at Catania's ground so far - never more than one per game.
• Catania have picked up only one point from their last five league fixtures, and won just once over the last 11 rounds of this competition.
• Catania have won only four games so far this term - fewer than any other side in Serie A.
• Catania lost to Juventus in their last home game, after having remained unbeaten for three home games (W1, D2).
• Napoli lost to Fiorentina on Sunday, ending an unbeaten run of four wins and two draws.
• Napoli have already scored 10 goals in the opening 15 minutes of play - no side has netted more in this period so far in this Serie A.
• Catania have conceded the joint-most in the final 15 minutes of play (11, like Livorno).
• Napoli have not repeated the same result for two games in a row over their last 12 away games - they won away at Torino in their last game.
• Four of Napoli's last six goals have been assisted by Marek Hamsik.

 

Chievo - Bologna

Chievo have beaten Bologna only once over their last five Serie A meetings, failing to score in the last two.
• Over the last 10 meetings between these two sides, the same result never accrued twice in a row - the reverse fixture ended 0-0.
• Bologna have won only once in nine games away at Chievo and scored only three goals overall there.
• Last Sunday against Cagiari, Bologna managed their fifth win of the season - only Catania have won fewer games so far in this Serie A.
• However, Bologna have kept three clean sheets over their last four Serie A fixtures.
• Bologna have won only one of their last nine away games (D3, L5), conceding goals in eight of these matches.

• Chievo have gone eight league games without a draw (W2, L6); they have lost the last two.• Only Catania (21) have scored fewer goals than Chievo (23) and Bologna (24) so far this season.
• Three of Bologna's last five goals in the league have been scored from the penalty spot.
• Alberto Paloschi has scored Chievo's last three goals and four of their last six at the Bentegodi.

 

Fiorentina - AC Milan
• Previously, the Rossoneri had won seven games in a row against the Viola in the league.
• AC Milan are unbeaten in Florence since November 2005 (four wins for the Rossoneri and three draws).
• AC Milan have already scored 231 goals in Serie A against Fiorentina - more than against any other opponent.
• The Viola have won back-to-back Serie A games for the first time since January.
• Vincenzo Montella's side have failed to score at home only once so far in this campaign, against Lazio on March 2nd.
• AC Milan are winless in their last four league games (D1, L3) - this is their worst run in the league since November.
• AC Milan haven't repeated the same result for two games in a row over their last six rounds away from home - they drew 1-1 the last away to Lazio.

• AC Milan drew their last game after they had taken the lead - they've now dropped 22 points from leading situations, more than any other side in this competition.

• Only three of Fiorentina's last 14 goals have been scored by strikers: two by Alessandro Matri, one by Mario Gomez.
• Adil Rami is the defender who has scored the most goals during 2014 in Serie A (three).


Genoa - Lazio

• Genoa are winless in their last three league games (D1, L2) - this is their longest winless run since December.
• Genoa haven't repeated the same result in consecutive home games in the last five rounds - the last at the Marassi saw the Grifoni losing 1-0 to Juventus.
• Genoa have lost two of their last four home fixtures - previously, they hadn't lost at home in seven league games.
• Lazio have lost only one of their last five Serie A games, winning three in the process.
• Lazio have won their last two away games - the last time they won three in a row away from home was in October 2011.
• The Biancocelesti have also kept two clean sheets in a row away from home, last time they didn't concede for three consecutive away games was in December 2012.
• Five of Genoa's last seven goals in the league have been scored in the second half, three of which after the 84th minute.
• Miroslav Klose has already played five games against Genoa, but he is yet to score his first goal against the Grifoni.

Inter - Udinese


• Udinese had the better in their last two visits to Inter - previously they had picked up only one point from seven games away to Inter.
• Inter have failed to score only once over their last 33 home games against Udinese.
• Inter lost their last game against Atalanta after remaining unbeaten for six league rounds (W4, D2).
• Last Sunday's loss against Atalanta was just Inter's second at home this campaign.
• Udinese have alternated a win to a loss over the last four match-days of this campaign - they won 1-0 in their last game, against Sassuolo.
• Udinese have managed to keep only one clean sheet so far in 15 away games this season.
• Fredy Guarín and Mauro Icardi have hit the woodwork five times apiece this season - more than any other Serie A player.
• Overall, Inter are the Serie A side that have hit the woodwork most often this term (18).
• Last Sunday against Sassuolo, Antonio Di Natale recorded double figures for goals scored for the eighth consecutive season in Serie A.


Juventus - Parma

Juventus are unbeaten in their last five league games against Parma (W3, D2) previously the Ducali had won three in a row against the Old Lady.
• Parma have conceded goals in all 21 games played away at Juventus in Serie A (on average 2.3 per game).
• Over their last four meetings in Turin, these two sides have shared two wins apiece.
• Juventus haven't shared a goalless draw in 54 games - currently the longest run in Serie A.
• Juventus have had five shots on target over their last three league fixtures, all won by 1-0.
• Juventus have won 21 of their last 23 home games in Serie A, drawing the others.
• Parma are unbeaten in their last 17 league games - their last defeat came in the reverse fixture against Juve, back in October.
• Parma have conceded three goals over their last two league games, as many as they had shipped over their previous eight.
• Parma have won all five games played away from home in 2014, keeping three clean sheets in the process.
• Carlos Tevez, currently the joint-top scorer of the Serie A on 16 goals, has netted three of Juve's last six goals in this competition.
• Ezequiel Schelotto was involved in three of Parma's last six goals, scoring two and recording an assist.

Roma - Torino

Roma have won 55 games against Torino, more than against any other Serie A opponent to date.
• Torino have managed to win only once over their last 21 matches against Roma in Serie A, 13 wins for the Giallorossi in the process.

• Roma have won seven of their last eight home games against Torino in the top-flight.

• Roma won their 19th game of the season on Saturday against Chievo - they have never won as many league games at this stage of the season before in their history.
• Torino got back to winning ways last Sunday against Livorno, ending a run of four losses in a row.
• The Granata have conceded exactly one goal in each of their last four away games.
• Torino have attempted 11 shots on target in their last game against Livorno - this is a record under Ventura for the Granata in Serie A.
• Mattia Destro has averaged a goal every 96 minutes - the best ratio so far in this campaign.
• Francesco Totti has scored only three goals so far against Torino - only against Catania does he have a worse scoring record amongst the teams currently in Serie A.
• Ciro Immobile, currently the Serie A's joint-top scorer, was the first Torino player to score a hat-trick after Pato Aguilera back in May 1993.

Sassuolo - Sampdoria

The 4-3 of the reverse fixture was Sassuolo's first away win of their Serie A history.
• Sassuolo was the first club to score four goals at Sampdoria's ground in Serie A since October 2007.
• Sassuolo lost their 18th game of the season last Sunday - this is currently the worst record in Serie A.

• Sampdoria haven't shared any drawn fixtures over their last eight league games (W5, L3).
• The Blucerchiati have alternated a win to a loss over their last five away games, losing 3-0 in their last game at Atalanta's ground.
• Last Sunday against Verona, Angelo Palombo found the net for the first time after 54 Serie A games without scoring.
• Sassuolo have conceded the joint-most goals in the opening 15 minutes of play (nine, like Livorno and AC Milan), Sampdoria have conceded the most in the first 15 minutes after the half time interval (11).
• Domenico Berardi has failed to score in his last five Serie A appearances - this is his longest scoring drought of this campaign.

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