• Juventus are unbeaten in Serie A against Livorno since January 1942 (3-2 in Turin) – since then, the Bianconeri have won 12 times, drawing five.
  • Overall, the Tuscans have won only three times out of 32 in Serie A against Juventus, losing 22 times.
  • After winning two of the first three games of this campaign, Livorno have won only one of the ensuing nine.
  • Juventus are on a run of four consecutive wins in Serie A and haven’t conceded a single goal in the process.
  • The Old Lady have scored in 25 consecutive league games, currently the longest run in Serie A.
  • The last team to keep a clean sheet against Juve in the league was Roma, back in February.
  • Only Torino (1171) have made fewer passes than Livorno (1197) so far this season in Serie A.
  • Juventus have already hit the woodwork nine times this season, more than any other Serie A side.
  • Arturo Vidal has been the most influential midfielder of this season’s Serie A; he has already been involved in nine of Juve’s goals, scoring five and making four assists.
  • Andrea Pirlo has scored three goals this term, all from direct free-kicks (a league-high) but he is yet to make his first assist.
  • Overall, Pirlo has scored 24 direct free-kicks in Serie A; the most among currently active players.