• Chievo are unbeaten in their last three Serie A meetings against Roma and have not conceded any goals in the process.
  • Prior to last season’s wins, Chievo hadn’t won for 17 Serie A meetings against Roma, and hadn’t scored in seven games out of eight.
  • Chievo have scored only four goals in 11 games at the Olimpico against Roma and have not scored more than once in a game.
  • Roma are unbeaten in their last 11 Serie A games (10W, 1D) – this is the longest unbeaten run amongst current Serie A teams.
  • Roma have equalled Juventus’ run of nine wins in the first nine match-days of a Serie A campaign, achieved in 2005-06.
  • Roma have kept a clean sheet in each of their last six league games and conceded only one goal overall this term.
  • The last team to keep seven clean sheets in a row in Serie A was Udinese in March 2011.
  • Chievo have lost their last five Serie A games – last time they lost six in a row was in November 2008.
  • Chievo are without a win in their last five league games on the road (two draws followed by three consecutive defeats) and have scored only one goal in the last four.
  • Roma have scored the most goals in the second half (16), Chievo the fewest (only one).
  • Roma’s opponents have hit the woodwork seven times so far, a record for the division.
  • Chievo are Daniele De Rossi’s favourite opponent in Serie A – he has already scored four goals against them in the league.
  • Sergio Pellissier has scored four goals in Serie A against Roma, but only one in his last nine appearances against the Giallorossi.