Cuadrado in Fiorentina-Juventus

STATS & FACTS | Juventus-Fiorentina | Serie A

STATS & FACTS | Juventus-Fiorentina | Serie A
STATS & FACTS | Juventus-Fiorentina | Serie A
STATS & FACTS | Juventus-Fiorentina | Serie A

After the convinving away win in Salerno, Juventus return to the Allianz Stadium for Serie A Matchday 21, where they host Fiorentina in the 168th meeting in the top flight between the two sides.

Read on to discover the key statistics ahead of today's game, which kicks off at 18:00 CET.

MAKING MOMENTUM | In the last 11 home matches against Fiorentina in Serie A, Juve have won 10 to just one for the Tuscans, on 22 December 2020. However, the Bianconeri have triumphed in just one of their last five league games against the Viola after having collected nine wins from the previous 11 league meetings.

ON THE DEFENSIVE | Juventus have kept the most clean sheets this Serie A campaign, 13 from 21 matches, exactly the same number as they collected over the whole of last season's league campaign. On the contrary, no team has recorded fewer clean sheets since last October than Fiorentina in the league, only one in 14 matches.

SHUT OUT | The Bianconeri remain the only team this season yet to concede a goal from the 76th minute onwards - the most recent goal conceded in the closing quarter of an hour was Nicolás González's in the match against Fiorentina on 21 May 2022.

DANGEROUS DUO | Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic played 41 matches together at Fiorentina in all competitions. With Juventus, on the other hand, the two forwards have only played together in two games, both this month, against Lazio in Coppa Italia and Salernitana in Serie A.

FRIEND THEN FOE | Juan Cuadrado, who played 85 games and scored 20 goals for Fiorentina in Serie A in his two spells in Florence, in seasons 2012/13 and 2014/15, has scored two goals against the Viola in the league, both at the Allianz Stadium, in November 2021 and December 2015, and has also provided four assists against the Tuscan outfit, only doing better against Torino with eight.

CHASING GAME | Massimiliano Allegri will make his 250th appearance as Juventus coach in Serie A - in the era of three points for a win only two coaches have reached this milestone at the helm of a single team, Carlo Ancelotti (283 with Milan) and Marcello Lippi (258 with Juventus).

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