• Genoa have scored 132 goals in Serie A against Torino, more than against any other opponent.
  • In fact, Genoa have scored in six of their last seven Serie A meetings against Torino, although they have also conceded goals in each of those seven games against the Granata.
  • Genoa are unbeaten in their last 13 home games against Torino (W7 D3) – the Granata’s last win at the Ferraris was in September 1981.
  • Genoa have collected just four points over the last nine match-days of Serie A – only Pescara have a worse record in this period (two points).
  • Before beating Inter, Genoa had been winless in their previous nine league games at home (D3 L6).
  • Torino have conceded goals in each of their last 17 league games – currently the worst run in Serie A this season.
  • Torino’s matches have seen 126 goals in total (65 scored and 61 conceded for the Granata) – a record in this Serie A season.
  • Serie A 1958/59 was the last season in which the Granata conceded more than 61 goals in the top-flight – on that occasion they shipped 72 and were relegated.
  • Excluding penalties, Torino have scored the most goals from set-piece situations (18), while Genoa have netted the fewest following dead balls (only two).
  • Genoa’s last three goals have been scored by Goran Pandev, who also boasts four goals in his 11 Serie A appearances against Torino.
  • Andrea Belotti has failed to score in his last four Serie A appearances – the last time he remained goalless for five games was in November 2015.