• The only previous meeting between these two sides was Juve’s win 4-0 in the reverse fixture.
  • The protagonist of that game was Carlos Tevez, who scored his only Serie A hat-trick to date.
  • Sassuolo have collected seven points over the last three match-days of Serie A, their best run since last November.
  • Sassuolo beat Chievo last Saturday but they have never won back-to-back games in Serie A in their history.
  • Juventus have won 10 of their last 11 league games; losing against Napoli at the San Paolo.
  • Juventus are the first team to reach 90 points in Serie A since Inter in 2006/07.
  • Juventus have the best attack of the Serie A (72 goals), however, over the last 10 match-days, Antonio Conte’s side have failed to score more than two goals in a single game.
  • Last Saturday, Paul Pogba scored his 12th Serie A goal for Juventus, seven of these goals came from outisde the box.
  • Gigi Buffon has kept clean sheets in the last three Serie A games, and in 18 games overall this campaign – only Roma’s Morgan De Sanctis has done better.
  • In fact, Antonio Conte’s side have kept a clean sheet in eight of their last 10 league fixtures.
  • Since February 2013, Juve have failed to score away from home only once in Serie A.