• Catania have won only one of their last 12 league meetings against Torino. The Granata have five wins, including the 4-1 in the reverse fixture.
  • Since 2000 Catania and Torino have met four times in Sicily, sharing a win each and two draws.
  • Catania have taken just one point from their last six Serie A games.
  • Catania have collected 90% of their points on home soil (18 out of 20), though they have lost the last two games at the Massimino.
  • Torino haven’t shared a draw in any of their last nine rounds of Serie A (W3 L6).
  • The Granata have lost their last three away games. The last time they lost four in a row on the road was between April and May 2009.
  • Catania have the worst attack of the Serie A so far; with just 23 goals scored and only six by strikers.
  • Catania have only 20 points after 31 match-days; their worst ever record so far at this stage of the competition.
  • Torino instead have recorded their best record after 31 match-days since 19994/95.
  • 20 of Torino’s last 21 goals in the league have been either scored or assisted by one of Alessio Cerci and Ciro Immobile.
  • In the reverse fixture, Omar El Kaddouri netted his first and only brace to date in Serie A.