• This will be the 140th derby between Roma and Lazio: the Giallorossi lead by 48 wins to 36.
  • However, the most frequent result between these two sides in Serie A is the draw (55 so far).
  • Roma’s 2-0 win in the reverse fixture ended a run of four derbies in which Lazio had remained unbeaten (previously three wins for the Biancocelesti and a draw).
  • These two sides haven’t shared any draws in their last nine meetings in Serie A played with Lazio as the hosts (six wins for the Biancocelesti, three for the Giallorossi).
  • The last 11 derbies of Rome have seen 16 red cards in total, nine for Lazio, and seven for Roma.
  • Francesco Totti is the all-time best scored in this fixture: he has already scored nine goals in Serie A against Lazio.
  • Lazio are unbeaten under Edy Reja (W3, D2).
  • After losing against Juventus, Roma have notched up three wins in a row, scoring 10 goals and conceding only one.
  • Before beating Verona at the Bentegodi, Roma had failed to win in four games away from home (D3, L1).
  • Roma remain the only side yet to concede a goal in the opening 15 minutes of play in this season in Serie A.
  • Roma and Lazio feature the oldest and the youngest goal scorers of this competition: Francesco Totti and Keita.
  • Antonio Candreva was directly involved in six of Lazio’s last eight goals in the league, scoring three and making three assists too.
  • With his goal against Chievo, last weekend Candreva reached seven goals in this campaign, his best ever scoring tally in the league.