• Cagliari are unbeaten in their last five meetings against Torino (W4 D1).

    Over these last five meetings, Cagliari have kept a clean sheet four times.

    The Sardinians are unbeaten in their last nine home games against Torino (W5 D4).

    Cagliari have lost their last three Serie A games, and won only one of the last 10.

    The Sardinians lost their last home game 3-0 against Bologna, after they had remained unbeaten at their ground for five games (W3 D2).

    Torino have won only one of their last 10 Serie A games, and have drawn four of the last five.

    Away from home, the Granata have won only one of their last 13 games between this and last season (D5 L7).

    Torino have been awarded five penalties so far – a joint-record amongst Europe's top-5 leagues, alongside Levante.

    Torino have conceded 11 goals from set piece situations - the highest of any team in this Serie A campaign.

    Cagliari have recouped nine points from trailing situations, only Juventus have done better so far (10).

    Torino, instead, have dropped the joint-most points from leading situations, 10 like AC Mian.

    Back in April 2011, Alessio Cerci scored his first Serie A brace at the Sant'Elia. He has already bagged three goals against the Sardinians, his favourite target alongside Bologna.