CHALLENGE NUMBER 105: The next match will be the 105th game in Serie A between Juventus and Genoa. The Bianconeri have won 62 of these meetings, the Rossoblù 21, and there have been 21 draws.
JUVE ONE IN FOUR: Juventus have won only one of the last four Serie A games in which they faced Genoa in first place in the standings at the start of the Matchday: 4-0 in April 2017. Following that there has been one draw and two defeats, including the most recent in March.
KEY FIRST 20 MINUTES: Three of the last six Juventus goals against Genoa in Serie A were scored during the first 20 minutes of play, including the last two (Douglas Costa in January 2018 and Cristiano Ronaldo in October 2018).
UNBEATEN STREAK IN TURIN: Juventus are unbeaten in 16 domestic matches against Genoa in the top flight (12 wins, four draws), and in the six most recent games they only conced one goal, in the 1-1 at the most recent match at the Allianz.
OLD LADY OF WEDNESDAY: The Bianconeri have lost only two of their last 29 Serie A matches played on Wednesday, one of which was against Genoa (0-1 in October 2014 with a goal from Luca Antonini in stoppage time).
GENOA ON THE ROAD: Genoa have won the least amount of matches away from home in Serie A , currently going 13 games without an away win.
21 GOALS CONCEDED: The Rossoblù are the side that has conceded the most goals in the league with 21, it's a record for Genoa at this stage in the season.
STILL UNBEATEN: Juventus are, along with Liverpool and Wolfsburg, one of the three teams that have not yet lost in the five major European leagues.
PRECISE PASSING: The Bianconeri have the highest percentage of successful passes (87.3%) in this Serie A campaign.
PAULO ON 3X3: Paulo Dybala, having scored against both Lokomotiv Moscow and Lecce, can score in three consecutive appearances in all competitions for the first time since March 2018. La Joya has fond memories of the number three when it comes to Genoa, as his first Serie A hat-trick was scored against Genoa in August 2017.