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    08.04.2014 11:56 - in: Serie A S

    #JuveLivorno, the statistics

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    Ten top facts from last night’s 2-0 home success over the Amaranto

    16

    The number of Serie A home wins chalked up by the Bianconeri at Juventus Stadium over the course of the current campaign, a 100 per cent success rate which equals a record established by Torino in 1947/48.

    71.8%

    Ball possession commanded by Antonio Conte’s men, a stark contrast to the 28.2 per cent registered by the Amaranto. The first-half displays an even greater dominance by the hosts: 74.9.

    17

    Total number of shots attempted by Juventus. Four of these found the target, five were blocked and eight dropped wide of the mark.

    32

    Positive Bianconeri actions in the opposition box. Five for Livorno.  

    65 

    Recoveries by the hosts, eight each for Kwadwo Asamoah, Claudio Marchisio and Giorgio Chiellini, the pick of the bunch in this aspect.

    90.5%

    Completed Juventus passes. Midfield maestro Andrea Pirlo tops the leaderboard with 89, with four of these fashioning chances for his team-mates.

    902

    Touches enjoyed by Conte’s men, almost double Livorno’s figure of 455.

    28

    Number of consecutive home games in which the Bianconeri have found the target. The last goalless shutout at Juventus Stadium was against Lazio in November 2012.

    34

    First-half goals scored by Juventus in this season’s Serie A campaign. More than any other team.

    7

    Fernando Llorente’s total number of headed goals. Last night’s second effort took him level with Bayern Munich forward Mario Mandzukic as the most prolific player in the air from Europe’s top five leagues.

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