• Verona are unbeaten in Serie A against Catania (W3, D2).
  • Catania have scored only two goals against Hellas so far in the top-flight.
  • Verona haven’t drawn any game over the last eight match-days of the Serie A (W3 L5).
  • These three wins have come over the last four rounds of the competition.
  • Verona have never repeated the same result for two consecutive games over their last seven at home – they lost the last at the Bentegodi 5-3 against Fiorentina.
  • Catania won their first game after six consecutive Serie A losses, beating Sampdoria at the Massimino last Saturday.
  • Catania have the worst attack of this competition (only 26 goals scored).
  • Both Catania and Verona have already lost four games apiece from leading situations, no side has done worse then them so far in Serie A.
  • Two players aged 35+ have scored at least 10 goals in the top 5 Euro leagues this season: Luca Toni (18) and Antonio Di Natale (11).
  • Luca Toni has scored 18 goals in this campaign, his best tally since 2007/08, when he was the Bunsdesliga top-scorer on 24 goals with Bayern Munich.
  • This season Toni has already scored as many goals as he had bagged over his previous three Serie a campaigns combined.