• Catania and Livorno have never shared a draw in Serie A: the Tuscans lead by five wins to two, and have had the better in the last four games.
  • Catania's two Serie A wins over Livorno have both arrived at the Massimino.
  • Four of the seven league meetings between these two sides have seen a player sent off.
  • Catania have failed to score in five of their last seven Serie A fixtures.
  • 13 of Catania's 14 total points in this campaign have been won at home soil - last Sunday they picked up their first point on the road; drawing 0-0 at Inter Milan.
  • Livorno won their last league game against Sassuolo – they had previously picked up only one point from nine games.
  • The Tuscans have conceded a goal in each of their last 10 league fixtures (an average of 2.1 per game).
  • Livorno have lost their last eight away league games, failing to score in the last seven in a row.
  • Catania have the worst attack in Serie A this season, with only 13 goals scored and a 7% shot conversion rate in front of goal.
  • Catania haven't recouped any points from losing positions so far this season - 13 losses in the 13 games after falling behind this term in Serie A.
  • Paulinho has already scored three goals in his two Serie A appearances against Catania - his favourite opponent in the top-flight.