• Juventus have won only one of their last six games against Sampdoria in the league (1-0 in the reverse fixture), with three wins for the Blucerchiati in the process.
  • The last five meetings in Turin have ended in three draws and a win apiece.
  • Juventus have won their last 11 Serie A fixtures, setting an all-time club record. They’ve shipped only two goals in the process.
  • Juve’s last home loss in Serie A was against Samp in January 2013 (1-2). Since then Antonio Conte’s side have put together 16 wins and two draws at their ground.
  • In fact, the Bianconeri are one of the four teams still with 100% record at home amongst the top five European leagues (with Bayern, Man City and Barcelona).
  • The Old Lady haven’t conceded any goals over their last six Serie A games at home.
  • Sampdoria have lost only one of their last seven league games (W3 D3).
  • However, they’ve kept only one clean sheet in their last 13 games on the road.
  • Samp have scored only seven goals in the second half, a joint-low shared with Cagliari.
  • Juventus are the only side yet to concede a headed goal in this campaign.
  • Arturo Vidal is the best scoring Serie A midfielder with eight goals.
  • Éder has scored five of Samp’s last seven goals in this campaign.
  • Pedro Obiang is the Serie A player with the most shots without scoring a goal so far this season (24).