• This will be the third derby of Verona in Serie A: the previous two saw a win for each side, back in 2001/02.
  • In Serie B this derby took place eight times, with three wins apiece and two draws.
  • Verona haven’t drawn any game over the last seven match-days (W5 L2).
  • Chievo are winless in their last eight fixtures (D2 L6) and failed to score in the last three.
  • Verona could keep their 100% home record in this Serie A – a record currently shared with Juventus.
  • Chievo have taken just two points away from home this season, scoring only one goal (vs Genoa).
  • Chievo have the worst attack of this Serie A (only seven goals), and are yet to find the net in the last 30 minutes of play.
  • Luca Toni has already scored six goals in Serie A against Chievo, though last was in May 2006.
  • Alberto Paloschi has scored only in one of his last 21 Serie A appearances (a brace vs Napoli earlier this season).
  • Chievo’s new manager, Eugenio Corini played for both Hellas and Chievo, scoring in this derby for both sides.