• The only previous meeting between these two sides is the reverse fixture, won by Verona 2-1.
  • Livorno and Verona faced each other Serie B in the past two seasons: the Veneti recorded three wins in a row without conceding followed by a 1-1 draw.
  • Livorno have conceded goals in each of their last 13 league fixtures (on average two per game).
  • The Tuscans have lost just one game since the appointment of Domenico Di Carlo and have taken seven points in four matchdays with their new manager.
  • Livorno have won just one of their last seven home games, losing four.
  • Verona have lost four of their last six Serie A games, winning just one.
  • The Gialloblu have failed to keep a clean sheet over their last eight league games.
  • Andrea Mandolrini’s side have the best conversion rate in Serie A (19.5%).
  • Verona have conceded the most goals following a corner (7) while Livorno have scored the fewest from corners (1).
  • Livorno have attempted only 377 crosses (incl. corners), fewer than any other side in this campaign.
  • Luca Toni has been directly involved in eight of Verona’s last 11 league goals, scoring six and making two assists.