Ahead of Serie A TIM - 24th Round fixtures, here are the standout facts on each match.
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JUVENTUS vs FROSINONE (1-0) Frosinone collected a point in their only Serie A TIM visit to the Allianz Stadium, a 1-1 draw in September 2015. Leonardo Blanchard scored in the second minute of second-half stoppage time to cancel out a Simone Zaza goal.
Juventus drew their last home Serie A TIM match (3-3 vs Parma). They haven’t gone two or more straight home league matches without a win since August-September 2015 (2D, 1L). The third match in that run was a draw against Frosinone.
CAGLIARI vs PARMA (0-2) The last 21 Serie A TIM meetings between Cagliari and Parma have been split, with each side winning seven times plus playing seven draws. Cagliari has the scoring advantage by one goal, 23-22, in those matches. Gervinho has scored three goals in his last two away Serie A TIM matches (1 goal at Udinese, 2 goals at Juventus).
ATALANTA vs MILAN (2-2) Atalanta are unbeaten in their last seven Serie A TIM matches against Milan (2W, 5D). Since 2001/02, Milan have gone eight straight league meetings against a team without a win just once (9 straight vs Napoli - May 2015 to present).
There have been three or more goals scored in 13 of Atalanta’s last 15 Serie A TIM matches (61 total - 41 scored, 20 conceded - 4.1 per match).
There have been fewer than three goals scored in 10 of Milan’s last 13 Serie A TIM matches (19 total - 12 scored, 7 conceded - 1.5 per match).
SPAL vs FIORENTINA (0-3) SPAL have drawn six straight home Serie A TIM matches, the first team to do so since Roma in from December 6, 2014, to March 2, 2015. The last team to draw more than six straight home Serie A TIM matches was Cagliari (8 straight) from April 10 to September 25, 2005. Fiorentina have drawn ten of their last 15 Serie A TIM matches (3W, 2L), the first team to do so since Roma from January 11 to April 25, 2015.
GENOA vs LAZIO (1-4) Lazio beat Genoa 4-1 in their first Serie A TIM meeting this season. They haven’t won both league meetings against Genoa in a single season since 2009/10.
Genoa are unbeaten in three straight Serie A TIM matches (1W, 2D) for the first time this season. Ciro Immobile has scored seven goals in his last seven Serie A TIM matches against Genoa. He’s scored a brace in three of those seven matches, including in Lazio’s 4-1 win over Genoa in September.
EMPOLI vs SASSUOLO (1-3) Sassuolo have won four straight Serie A TIM matches against Empoli, scoring three goals in each of the four matches. Eight different Sassuolo players have scored at least two Serie A TIM goals this season, with five of them scoring at least three times.
UDINESE vs CHIEVOVERONA (2-0) ChievoVerona have won their last two Serie A TIM matches at Udinese (both 2-1). They had won just one of their previous 13 league visits to Dacia Arena (Friuli) dating back to 2002. ChievoVerona have not scored a goal before the 20th minute in Serie A TIM this season. They’ve been outscored 9-0 before the 20th minute.
INTER vs SAMPDORIA (1-0) Inter have won their last three Serie A TIM matches against Sampdoria. They haven’t won four straight league matches over Sampdoria since January 1984 to December 1985.
There have been a total of nine goals scored in Inter’s last nine Serie A TIM matches (5 scored, 4 conceded).
NAPOLI vs TORINO (3-1) Napoli have won ten of their last 12 Serie A TIM matches against Torino (1D, 1L), scoring at least three goals in four of the last five meetings.
Napoli are unbeaten in their last 22 Serie A TIM matches following midweek European competition (16W, 6D).
ROMA vs BOLOGNA (0-2) Bologna (beat Roma 2-0 at home in September) haven’t won both Serie A TIM matches against Roma in a single league season since 1966/67 (both 2-0).
Roma have scored a Serie A TIM -high 23 first-half goals this season, including a league-best nine in the opening 15 minutes.
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