• Livorno and Catania have never shared a draw in the Italian top-flight: four wins for the Tuscans, two for the Sicilians.
  • The Amaranto have won each of their last three league meetings against Catania, conceding just a goal.
  • Livorno's win over Sassuolo in the last fixture ended a streak of four consecutive losses for the Tuscans in Serie A.
  • Also, prior to the match versus Sassuolo, Livorno hadn't scored four goals in a single Serie A game in 77 fixtures (since their 4-2 over Atalanta in May 2007).
  • Livorno have won only one of their last 10 Serie A games (6L), and they have conceded at least one gol in each of their last 15 league fixtures.
  • Catania have lost the last two Serie A matches; they haven't lost three consecutive fixtures since Decemeber 2009.
  • The Sicilians are without a win in their last seven Serie A games on the road (4L, 3D).
  • Livorno have completed 469 passes in Serie A this season, only Sampdoria have completed fewer (459).
  • The Tuscans have scored 10 of their last 12 Serie A goals in the second-half, including three netted in this campaign.
  • Innocent Emeghara scored his second Serie A brace versus Sassuolo in the last match-day - the next will be his 10th goal in the top-flight.