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      24.02.2019 10:00 - in: Serie A S

      Bologna vs Juve: Matchday stats preview

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      A quick-fire look this afternoon's match at 3pm, with 10 interesting statistics

      143 PREVIOUS - The upcoming match will be the 144th game in Serie A between Bologna and Juventus. The Bianconeri are far in the lead on the overall head-to-head with 72 wins to Bologna's 23, with 48 draws between the two.

      JUVE AND THE EMILIANS - The Bianconeri are unbeaten in 20 Serie A matches against Emilian teams (17 wins, three draws). The last defeat dates back to October 2015, 0-1 against Sassuolo.

      30/71 - Juventus have won 30 of the 71 Serie A matches at Bologna, with the Rossoblu getting the upper hand 18 times and with 23 draws.

      GOALS WITH MIHAJLOVIC - In the three games since Sinisa Mihajlovic's return to Bolgona, having previously coached the club between 2008-09, the Veltri have always found the back of the net. This contrasts to their previous form, in which they went goalless in four of the previous six matches.

      BUT SO FAR, SO FEW - However, the 19 goals that have been registered for Bologna so far, have seen the Emilians reach their lowest goal tally in a season, since 1999/00.

      2.6 GOALS PER GAME - Juventus have scored at least two goals in all of their last seven league games, with 18 in total, which averages out as 2.6 goals-per-game.

      1,203 MINUTES IN THE LEAD - The Bianconeri are the Serie A side which have been in the lead of the most minutes: 1,203, at least 308 minutes 'more than any other.

      STORY OF THE EX -  Federico Mattiello made his Serie A debut with Juventus in November 2014, in the Bianconeri's 7-0 home win against Parma. The midfielder/defender went on to make two more appearances for the Bianconeri in that campaign, between the league and the Coppa Italia.

      CRISTIANO, GOALS & ASSISTS - Cristiano Ronaldo has scored and provided an assist in his last three matches in Serie A, which was only the second time it had happened in CR7's career in the top five European leagues. In the last 15 years no player has succeeded in this feat in Serie A for four games in a row.

      ALLEGRI, UNBEATEN VS BOLOGNA - Massimiliano Allegri is unbeaten in Serie A against Bologna (13 wins and four draws out of 17 games).

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