• In their 26 clashes in Serie A, both Livorno and Sampdoria have won nine times, drawing the other eight games.
  • However, the two sides haven’t shared the points in their last six league matches (three wins each).
  • Livorno are unbeaten on home soil vs Sampdoria since November 1938. There have three draws and seven wins (including the last three) for the Amaranto in the following 10 games at the Picchi in Serie A.
  • Davide Nicola’s side have picked up only two points in their last four league matches, and they have lost the last two.
  • The Blucerchiati are without win this season: only in 1952/53 did Sampdoria have so few points (three) after the first seven match-days. However, Samp managed to stay in the top flight at the end of the season.
  • Sampdoria have won only one of their last 18 league meetings (D7 L10), and they are without a win in their last 12 Serie A away games (D7 L5).
  • Only Bologna have made fewer passes than the Blucerchiati (2427) over these first seven match-days.
  • On the other hand, Livorno have made only 637 passes in the final third: the lowest figure of any side so far.
  • Along with Sassuolo, Sampdoria have fallen behind in all of their seven league matches.
  • Four of the Doriani’s six goals have come in the last 20 minutes.