• The last three meetings between these two sides in Serie A have ended as a draw.
  • Sampdoria are unbeaten in their last six meetings against Torino in the top-flight (W2, D4).
  • However, the Blucerchiati haven’t scored in three of their last four trips to Torino’s ground.
  • Before losing the derby against Juve, Torino had taken 10 points from their previous five games.
  • Torino lost their last game against Juventus, but have not lost two games in a row this campaign.
  • Sampdoria have lost their last two league games, without scoring a single goal –the Blucerchiati had a player sent off in both games.
  • Sampdoria have had the most players sent off (seven), while Torino had been awarded just one red card (a league-low).
  • Sampdoria and Torino have conceded the most goals from set-piece situations – respectively 16 and 15.
  • Riccardo Meggiorini is the Serie A striker with the most appearances (22) amongst those yet to score a goal this term.
  • Ciro Immobile scored eight goals in eight games prior to the derby loss against Juventus, during which he had just 29 ball touches, one more than ‘keeper Gianluigi Buffon.
  • Only five of Immobile’s 13 goals this season have come on home soil.
  • Alessio Cerci has registered eight assists so far – a joint-most in this Serie A, alongside Rômulo.