• AC Milan are unbeaten in their last 24 Serie A meetings with Catania.
  • Catania have picked up only one point in their last five league clashes against the Rossoneri.
  • AC Milan have scored at least one goal in each of their last 16 Serie A encounters against Catania.
  • AC Milan fired 28 shots (excluding blocked) in their last match against Catania – the most for a team in a single Serie A game last season. 14 of those shots were on target.
  • Catania have scored more than one goal only once in their 16 previous meetings against AC Milan at home (a 4-3 win back in February 1961).
  • AC Milan have not lost any of their four Sunday early games (W2 D2). Catania, on the other hand, have lost four of their six fixtures played at 12.30 PM.
  • The Sicilians have lost four of their last six league fixtures, conceding 12 goals and scoring only four.
  • However, Catania are unbeaten in thei last five home league games (W2 D3), conceding just one goal in the process.
  • AC Milan have picked up only three points in the last five Serie A match-days, fewer than any other side. They are also the only side to have won none of the last five fixtures.
  • The Rossoneri have drawn 0-0 in their last Serie A game on the road. Prior to this, they had conceded at least two goals in each of the previous five away league fixtures.
  • AC Milan are the only Serie A side yet to score a goal assisted by a cross from the flanks.
  • Mario Balotelli has failed to score his last two penalties kicks, after he had converted each of the previous 21 taken in all competition in his career.