Serie A Opta Facts - Matchday 14
There have been 26 previous meetings in Serie A between these two sides: Udinese lead by 10 wins to six, with 10 draws.
Chievo have won only once in their last 13 matches against Udinese in the top-flight (D6 L6).
Three of the last four meetings between these two sides at the Bentegodi have ended in a draw - the other one saw a 2-1 win for the hosts.
Udinese have lost their last two league fixtures on the road, against Roma and Napoli; the last time they lost three consecutive away games in Serie A was in October 2013.
Chievo have conceded the joint-fewest home goals in Serie A this season (4).
However, the Venetians have conceded goals in eight consecutive league fixtures for the first time since October 2013.
Stefano Colantuono has lost only one of his nine Serie A games against Chievo as manager (W4 D4).
Antonio Di Natale has bagged eight goals against Chievo in Serie A, but none of these has come at the Bentegodi.
Roberto Inglese has had a hand in each of Chievo's last three goals (two goals, one assist).
Cyril Théréau has scored three goals this season in the league, all away from home: one of these came at the Bentegodi, against Verona.
Empoli have won only three of their 16 Serie A matches against Lazio (D5 L8): however, two of these wins have come in the last two meetings at the Castellani.
Lazio's last win at Empoli in Serie A came back in November 2005 - the Biancocelesti have kept just one clean sheet in eight games played at the Castellani in the top-flight.
Lazio have lost their last three away league fixtures: they haven't lost four in a row on the road since March 2013.
Empoli have attempted only four headed shots so far, fewer than any other side across the top-5 European leagues this season. However, they have netted two headed goals.
On the other side, Empoli have conceded the most headed goals in Serie A this season (8).
The Tuscans have also lost the most points from leading situations in Serie A 2015-16 (12).
Lazio have shipped the second-most away goals in this Serie A - 16, two fewer than Carpi.
Empoli have won the most fouls in the top-5 European leagues this season (272).
Massimo Maccarone has found the net in five out of seven Serie A matches played against Lazio at home, including the last one at the Castellani.
Filip Djordjevic's last goal on the road in Serie A was away at Empoli, in November 2014.
These two sides have met twice in Serie B 2006-07: a home win for Frosinone and a draw at the Bentegodi in the reverse fixture.
Verona are the only side yet to win in Serie A this season - their last league win came on May 17th 2015 (since then, eight draws and seven losses).
Frosinone have picked up 10 points over their last four home league fixtures, scoring two goals in each of these games.
Frosinone have conceded the most corners so far, 100; Verona's last goal (by Ionita against Sampdoria) came from a corner.
Verona have failed to score in their last four Serie A games - they last went five without a goal in March 2014.
Verona have alternated between a draw and a defeat in their last seven away league games - their last game on the road ended 0-0.
Hellas Verona have conceded the most goals in the second half so far (15) while Frosinone have scored 73% of their goals (eight out of 11) after half-time.
Andrea Mandorlini's side is the only one yet to score a goal from outside the box in this Serie A.
Federico Dionisi has been involved in five of Frosinone's nine home league goals this season (three goals, two assists).
Vangelis Moras has made 52 headed clearances, more than any other player in Serie A this season.
Genoa have won nine of their last 11 home league fixtures - a defeat against Juventus and a draw against Napoli in the process.
Carpi have picked up the joint-fewest points on the road in this Serie A season - one, along with Frosinone.
Carpi have also conceded the most away league goals this term (18).
Carpi have recorded an average of 38.5% possession so far: over the last 10 seasons, no side has ended a Serie A campaign with an average possession lower than this.
Genoa have received the joint-most red cards (6) and conceded the second-most fouls (241, behind only Lille) across the top-5 European leagues this season.
Carpi have accrued the most own goals in Serie A 2015-16 (3). On the other side, Genoa have conceded the joint-most own goals (2).
Carpi have shipped a league-high 16 first-half goals so far - at least five more than any other side.
Carpi (10) and Genoa (8) have conceded the most goals from set pieces in Serie A 2015-16.
Marco Borriello scored his personal best 19 Serie A goals in 2007/08, when he was playing for Genoa.
Among players who have netted 10+ goals in Serie A in 2015, Leonardo Pavoletti has the best mins/goal ratio: he has scored one goal every 108 minutes played (11 in 20 appearances).
Sampdoria haven't beaten AC Milan in Serie A since August 2012: two wins for the Rossoneri and three draws in five league matches since then.
AC Milan have kept a clean sheet in four of their last six league meetings against Sampdoria at home - four wins for the Rossoneri in the process (D1 L1).
AC Milan's last home league game ended 0-0 - the Rossoneri haven't had back-to-back goalless draws in Serie A at home since December 2007.
Sampdoria have lost their last two league fixtures - they haven't lost three in a row in Serie A since April 2014.
Sampdoria are the only side yet to have a substitute score in Serie A this season.
AC Milan are the only team yet to gain a single point from a losing position in this Serie A campaign: they have lost each of the five games in which they have gone behind.
The Rossoneri have the lowest shooting accuracy in Serie A this season (32.5%).
Antonio Cassano has scored eight goals in 18 Serie A games against AC Milan: only against Fiorentina has he netted more in the top-flight (9).
Sinisa Mihajlovic has won only one of his four league meetings against his former side Sampdoria as manager (D2 L1).
Vincenzo Montella has picked up seven points in his last three Serie A games as manager against AC Milan at the San Siro.
Napoli and Inter have drawn each of their last three Serie A meetings: last season both games ended 2-2.
Inter's last win at the San Paolo was back in October 1997: they've had three draws and six defeats since then.
Napoli have won their last seven home games between Serie A and Europa League, scoring 22 goals and conceding just two.
Napoli have scored in their last 24 home league games: 60 goals, an average of 2.5 per game.
Inter have scored in their last 10 away Serie A games.
Napoli have conceded only eight goals so far: the last time they conceded so few goals was back in 1986/87, when they won the Scudetto.
Inter and Napoli have scored the first goal of the match 10 times this season, the joint-highest along with Fiorentina.
Inter haven't conceded a goal in their last four league games. The last time the Nerazzurri had a longer run in the same season was back in 2004/05 (5).
Samir Handanovic has kept four clean sheets in a row: the last time he kept five in a row in the same season was in March 2011 with Udinese.
Gonzalo Higuain has scored in his three home games against Inter, between Serie A and Coppa Italia.
Stevan Jovetic has scored in two of his three games played at the San Paolo in Serie A.
Juventus have won their last six Serie A games against Palermo, keeping a clean sheet each time.
There has not been a draw in the last 11 games between these two sides at the Barbera, with Palermo winning four to Juventus' seven.
Palermo won their last home league game against Chievo: last time the Rosanero won two consecutive home games was back in February.
The Bianconeri have won three games in a row for the first time in the Serie A 2015-16: last time they have four consecutive games was back in April.
Juventus have conceded only two goals from inside the box, fewer than any other team in the Serie A 2015-16.
Palermo and Juventus are the two teams to have fired the most headed shots in the league: 32 for the Rosanero, 30 for Juventus (joint with Chievo).
Juventus have the lowest tackle success percentage this season(69.3%), while Palermo have the highest (80.9%).
Paulo Dybala has scored six goals in his first 13 games, the same return he had at this stage last season. Last season, he played 1106 minutes, this season so far he's played 781.
Alberto Gilardino has fired the most headed shots in the Serie A 2015-16 (11).
Alex Sandro has made 32 crosses from open play in six games, an average of 5.33 per game (the highest among defenders with 4+ appearances).
Atalanta have won only one of their last 10 Serie A games against Roma (D2 L7).
Roma had won eight consecutive home games against Atalanta in Serie A before last season's 1-1 draw.
Roma have scored in their last 13 home league games against Atalanta, netting 27 goals in total.
Roma have gained 16 points from a possible 18 at home this season (W5, D1).
Atalanta haven't scored in their last four away league games, and they've gained only one point in these games.
Roma have had the most touches in the opposition box in Serie A this season (350).
Roma have scored the most goals in this Serie A (29): a record for the Giallorossi after 13 games in the Garcia era.
Iago Falque has scored three goals against Atalanta, his best tally in Serie A.
Alejandro Gomez has scored three goals against Roma in Serie A, one of his two favourite opponents (with Lazio).
Marten de Roon has made the most tackles in this Serie A (56) and, with Edgar Barreto, the most tackles won (41).
Sassuolo have lost their two home games against Fiorentina in Serie A.
Sassuolo are unbeaten in their last nine home league games and they have won the last three: they have never won four home games in a row in Serie A.
Fiorentina have scored 19 goals in their last nine away league games, an average of 2.1 per game.
Sassuolo have the highest shooting accuracy in this Serie A (52.6%).
Fiorentina, with Inter, are one of the only two teams to have not yet scored with an Italian player; Italian player have scored 13 goals for Sassuolo, the joint-highest with Torino.
Fiorentina have scored five goals with substitutes, the joint-highest with Lazio in the Serie A 2015-16.
Sassuolo have picked up the most cards this season (41: 38 yellows, 3 reds).
Fiorentina have scored the most goals from inside the box in this Serie A (24 of 26), with nine of them scored by Kalinic.
Francesco Magnanelli has made the most recoveries (112) among outfield players in this Serie A.
At the Mapei Stadium last February, Khouma Babacar scored one of his two Serie A braces.
Torino and Bologna have met 114 times in Serie A: Torino have won 39 games, Bologna 41 (D34).
Both sides have scored in eight of the last nine Serie A meetings between these two sides.
Torino have scored in 21 of their last 22 home Serie A games against Bologna.
Torino won their first three home games this season, but they have gained only two points in the last three.
Against Atalanta, the Granata won their first game in six, and ended a run of eight games without a clean sheet.
Bologna have won their last two away games against Carpi and Verona: the last time the Rossoblu won three away games in a row was back in April 1964.
Bologna have fired only 46 shots from inside the box, fewer than any other team.
Under Roberto Donadoni, Bologna have not conceded any goals from open play.
Three of Torino's last four goals came from defenders: in general they have scored four goals with defenders, the joint-highest with Palermo.
Torino have scored five goals from corners this season, a joint league-high with Palermo this season.
Franco Brienza scored his last brace in Serie A against Torino, last year with Cesena: these are his only two goals in 11 appearances against the Granata.