• Juventus have won their last nine Serie A games against Palermo, scoring 18 goals in the process and conceding none.
  • 880 minutes of Serie A action have elapsed since Palermo’s last goals against Juventus (Giulio Migliaccio in February 2011).
  • Juve have won their last four home games against Palermo, after the Sicilians had won the previous three in Turin – since this clash moved to the new Juventus Stadium, the Bianconeri have always won without conceding against Palermo.
  • Juve are on a run of five consecutive Serie A wins, and haven’t conceded a single goal in the process.
  • On the last 11 occasions when a team have taken 14 or fewer points after the first 24 match-days of Serie A, they have gone on to be relegated.
  • Palermo have both scored and conceded goals in eight of their last nine league fixtures away from home.
  • Juventus have already kept six clean sheets since start of 2017 – a record amongst Europe’s big-5 leagues.
  • Juventus broke the deadlock before half time in 11 of their 12 home games this season – the Bianconeri have netted 19 goals so far at the Stadium before half time, more than any other side on home soil.
  • Prior to Gonzalo Higuain, the last Juve player to score 18 goals in the first 24 match-days of a Serie A season was David Trezeguet in 2005/06.
  • Former Palermo striker, Paulo Dybala has been involved in 36 goals during his 51 Serie A games for Juventus (scoring 24 and providing 12 assists).
  • Nine of Palermo’s 14 away goals in this campaign have been scored or assisted by Ilja Nestorovski (six goals and three assists).
  • Palermo have already dropped 20 points from leading situations so far in this campaign – a league-low (12 coming in home games).