Arianna Caruso in azione durante Como-Juventus Women del 27 agosto 2022

Stats & Facts | Como-Juventus Women

Stats & Facts | Como-Juventus Women
Stats & Facts | Como-Juventus Women
Stats & Facts | Como-Juventus Women

After a tough game at home against Roma last time out, Juventus Women will be hungry to bounce back this Sunday evening as they are on the road in Seregno to take on Como on Matchday 7 of the 2023/24 Serie A season.

The Bianconere know that a positive result is needed to put last weekend behind them, and they're visiting a ground where they have enjoyed recent success after opening the 2022/23 campaign with a 6-0 win away at Como.

So, let's look ahead to this Sunday evening's game with some statistics around the fixture.

600 IN SIGHT | Juventus are currently on 599 Serie A goals since debuting in 2017/18, putting them just one goal shy of 600 in the competition. This has them as, by a distance, the highest-scoring team in the competition in that period, with Roma second on 393.

ALWAYS ON TARGET | Juventus have scored in each of their last 14 away games across all competitions, scoring at least three goals on eight occasions. In total, the Bianconere have scored 38 goals in that time, averaging 2.7 per game.

CRI THE GUARANTEE | In the top-five European leagues, only Caroline Graham Hansen (eight) and Eugenie Le Sommer (eight) have been involved in more goals than Cristiana Girelli’s seven this season (four goals and three assists).

GROSSO ADDS GOALS | Julia Grosso has scored twice in six Serie A matches this season, equalling her goals tally from the previous 29 games in the competition. She has already scored a Serie A goal against Como, back on November 27, 2022.

TRICKY OPPOSITION | Como Women are unbeaten in their last three home Serie A matches, winning two of those. They have never managed to chain together four straight home games without tasting defeat in Serie A.

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