HEAD TO HEAD Juventus is the team against which Torino lost the most times against in Serie A (71) and against those who have conceded the most goals (228) - 35 victories to the Granata and 43 draws complete the balance.
DEFENCE IN LAST 5 Juventus have conceded only one goal in their last five Serie A games against Torino, having scored at least one goal in all their previous six league derby games.
ONE OUT OF 27 Juventus have lost only one of the last 27 Serie A derby against Torino, 1-2 April 2015: the Bianconeri have claimed 20 wins and six draws.
DERBY AT HOME Juventus' last home defeat against Torino in Serie A dates back to April 1995 (1-2 with Rizzitelli's brace); since then nine wins and four draws for the Bianconeri.
STRONG AT HOME Juventus are the team that have conceded the least goals at home this Serie A season (10).
HOW TORINO SCORE Four of Torino’s last eight goals in the league (50%) have come from dead ball situations, three of which were on a corner.
YOUNGEST DERBY GOALSCORERS In the first leg, Matthijs de Ligt (20 years and 82 days) became Juventus' fifth youngest foreigner to score in a Torino derby in Serie A after Borel, Nicolè, Menti and Gabetto. For the Dutchman it was his first goal in the competition.
BELLOTTI FORM Andrea Belotti has scored in all the last three games played in Serie A: he has never found the goal in four consecutive Serie A appearances - the last Torino player to score in four consecutive matches was Fabio Quagliarella in 2014.
BONUCCI 400 Should Leonardo Bonucci take to the field, he will make his 400th appearance for the Bianconeri.
SARRI VS TORINO Torino is the team against which Maurizio Sarri has won the most games in Serie A (seven): two draws and no defeat complete the balance.