• Udinese lead by nine wins to six against Chievo in Serie A, with eight draws.
  • Chievo’s win in the reverse fixture ended Udinese’s unbeaten run in this fixture (previously five wins for the Friulani and four draws).
  • Udinese have won the last three meetings at the Friuli against Chievo, scoring on average 2.3 goals per game.
  • Udinese got back to winning ways last weekend against Bologna, after losing four games in a row in Serie A.
  • After beating Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia this week, Udinese have now won back-to-back games in all competition for the first time this season.
  • Udinese have lost five of their last six home games, prior to that they had remained unbeaten for 22 league games at the Friuli.
  • Chievo are winless in their last seven games in the league (D3, L4) – currently the longest winless run in Serie A.
  • However, Chievo have lost only one of their last six league games away from home (W2, D3).
  • Chievo have never scored more than a single goal over their last 11 away games in Serie A.
  • Udinese and Chievo are the two teams that have scored the fewest headed goals so far in this campaign (one apiece).
  • Chievo’s last seven league goals have seen the involvement of at least one of either (or both) Alberto Paloschi or Cyril Théréau (three goals each and an assist for the Frenchman).