Serie A Matchday 38 Stats Pack

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  1. Goran Pandev North Macedonia 2021

    Cagliari vs Genoa

    Genoa’s Goran Pandev has scored six goals against Cagliari in Serie A (more only against Livorno, seven). The striker has not yet found an away goal in this Serie A season as his last away goal dates back to July 2020 against Udinese.
  2. Nwankwo Simy Crotone
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    Crotone vs Fiorentina

    This game will contain two of the top three scorers in the second half of this Serie A season: Dusan Vlahovic (14 goals with Fiorentina) and Nwankwo Simy (13 goals with Crotone) and among them is Cristiano Ronaldo (14 with Juventus).

  3. Sampdoria players celebrating Sampdoria Roma Serie A

    Sampdoria vs Parma

    After the 2-0 win in the reverse fixture, Sampdoria could keep a clean sheet in two consecutive Serie A games against Parma for the first time since 2007 and in both seasonal matches for the first time since 1990/91.
  4. Romelu Lukaku Inter Udinese 2020-2021
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    Inter Milan vs Udinese

    Inter have lost only one of their last 12 Serie A matches against Udinese; collecting nine wins in this period (D2).
  5. Hakan Calhanoglu Milan Sassuolo
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    Atalanta vs AC Milan

    Since the beginning of the last decade, only two AC Milan midfielders have been involved in at least 15 goals in a Serie A season; Hakan Calhanoglu (18 in 2019/20) and former Atalanta player Franck Kessié (15: 11 goals and four assists this season).
  6. Cristiano Ronaldo Juventus Bologna Serie A

    Bologna vs Juventus

    Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo may become the third player to score at least 30 goals in two different seasons in the entire history of Serie A (after 31 in 2019/20). Before him, only Gunnar Nordahl and Stefano Nyers (both in 1949/50 and 1950/51) succeeded.
  7. Singo Insigne Torino Napoli

    Napoli vs Verona

    Lorenzo Insigne, who has scored 19 goals this season, may become the second Italian player able to score at least 20 goals in a Serie A season with Napoli, after Antonio Vojak; four times, most recently in 1933/34.
  8. Ciro Immobile Lazio Sassuolo Serie A
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    Sassuolo vs Lazio

    Sassuolo have lost nine Serie A games against Lazio (W3 D3), only against Juventus they have recorded more defeats in the competition (12).
  9. Spezia Torino Serie A

    Spezia vs AS Roma

    Spezia are the third team in the last five Serie A campaigns to avoid relegation despite conceding at least 70 goals (after Cagliari in 2016/17 and Genoa in 2019/20) – this had happened only twice in the previous 62 Serie A seasons.