• Roma are unbeaten in their last eight league games against Verona (W6, D2).
  • Roma have scored in each of their last 13 meetings against Verona (an average of 2.5 goals per game).
  • Eight of the last nine meetings have seen scoring both sides, except Roma’s 3-0 win in the reverse fixture.
  • The record in Verona is perfectly even, with seven wins apiece and 10 drawn fixtures.
  • Verona have lost their last two games without scoring – in this campaign Mandorlini’s side have never failed to score for three consecutive games.
  • Roma have won their last two games (against Genoa and Livorno) – last time the Giallorossi won three in a row in Serie A was in October.
  • Before failing to score in their last away game against Juventus, Roma had always scored away from the Olimpico this campaign.
  • Roma haven’t faced a shot on target over their last two league fixtures.
  • Only Bayern Munich (eight) have conceded fewer goals than Roma (10) across Europe’s top-five leagues. The Giallorossi have kept 13 clean sheets, only Lille (14) have more this term.
  • Verona have recorded the highest conversion rate in this Serie A (19.9%).
  • Luca Toni scored five goals in 15 Serie A appearances for Roma in 2009/10 – he has already netted nine goals this term, one more than his total tally with Fiorentina last season.
  • Mattia Destro has scored one goal every 72 minutes in this campaign (four in six appearances so far).