• Torino are unbeaten in their last four Serie A meetings against Lazio (2W, 2D).
  • However, Lazio are unbeaten at the Olimpico against Torino in over 20 years (three wins for the Biancocelesti and six draws).
  • The last three meetings between these two sides at Lazio’s ground have ended in a draw.
  • Lazio have shared only a draw in the last 10 match-days, winning five times in the process.
  • However, Lazio have lost only one of their last nine Serie A games at home.
  • Torino have won their last three Serie A games by a 2-1 scoreline – the last time they won four league games in a row in the same Serie A campaign was in March 1978.
  • Last time the Granata won back-to-back games away from home in the top-flight was in April 1995.
  • Torino have recouped 16 points from trailing situations, more than any other side this season.
  • Giampiero Ventura’s side have conceded a goal in each of their last 12 league games.
  • Senad Lulic has scored in each of his last three appearances – priori to this, he had never scored in two consecutive games in Serie A.
  • Ciro Immobile is Serie A’s current top-scorer with 19 goals, as well as the player who has scored the most goals away from home (10).