• Chievo’s 1-0 win in the reverse fixture remains the only previous meeting between these two sides in Serie A.
  • Chievo haven’t been involved in a draw in their last 12 league games, winning four in the process.
  • Last Sunday, Chievo conceded their first goal from a penalty in this campaign, after their opponents had failed to convert the previous three taken.
  • Last weekend, against Livorno, Chievo scored four goals in a Serie A game for the first time since December 2012.
  • Sassuolo have taken four points from their last two league games – the Neroverdi have yet to remain unbeaten for three games in a row since the start of 2014.
  • Away from home, Sassuolo have never won two consecutive games in Serie A.
  • Sassuolo have used 38 players in this campaign, more than any other side; However, they’ve had only nine goal scorers, a league-low.
  • Sassuolo’s 32 goals have all been scored by Italian players.
  • Chievo have scored only 13 goals in the second half – fewer than any other side this season.
  • Alberto Paloschi has netted eight goals in his last seven Serie A appearances.