Torino

form

All
TOR 0 - 3 ROM
L
VER 0 - 1 TOR
W
TOR 0 - 1 NAP
L
EMP 1 - 3 TOR
W
ATA 4 - 4 TOR
D
TOR 2 - 1 SPE
W
LAZ 1 - 1 TOR
D
TOR 0 - 0 MIL
D
SAL 0 - 1 TOR
W
TOR 1 - 1 INT
D
Napoli

form

All
SPE 0 - 3 NAP
W
NAP 3 - 0 GEN
W
TOR 0 - 1 NAP
W
NAP 6 - 1 SAS
W
EMP 3 - 2 NAP
L
NAP 1 - 1 ROM
D
NAP 2 - 3 FIO
L
ATA 1 - 3 NAP
W
NAP 2 - 1 UDI
W
VER 1 - 2 NAP
W
Head to Head
20 Matches (5 Draws)
1 Total wins 14
1 Home wins 6
0 Away wins 8
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
1 Draw
4 Wins
TOR 0 - 1 NAP
NAP 1 - 0 TOR
TOR 0 - 2 NAP
NAP 1 - 1 TOR
NAP 2 - 1 TOR
2 Goals Scored 7
Games Over 2.5 Goals 1 / 5
Both Teams Scored 2 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Torino’s last Serie A win against Napoli came back in March 2015 (1-0 thanks to a Kamil Glik strike) – since then, Napoli have won nine of the 13 meetings (D4).
  2. Napoli have won their last two Serie A matches against Torino, without conceding a single goal - they could keep a clean sheet in three such games in a row for the first time since 1982.
  3. Torino have gained only one point in their last six Serie A home meetings against Napoli: among the sides they have faced at least twice at home since 2015/16, against no other side have the Granata picked up fewer points in the competition.
  4. Torino are unbeaten in their last six Serie A matches (W3 D3), only AC Milan are currently enjoying a longer run without defeat (13) – following their victory against Empoli last time out, they could win two league games in a row for the first time since January (v Fiorentina and Sampdoria).
  5. Napoli have conceded in each of their last 11 Serie A games: they last went on a longer run without a clean sheet in the competition in 1997/98 (17 under Bortolo Mutti, Carlo Mazzone & Giovanni Galeone).
  6. Napoli (10) and Torino (13) have conceded the fewest goals in the first half of Serie A matches this season: The last such goal Napoli conceded was in April against Fiorentina (three matches since then).
  7. Napoli have scored the most set piece goals in Serie A this season (25), with seven of those coming from free-kick’s – Torino, on the other hand, are one of the two sides yet to concede a single goal from a free-kick in the competition this term (alongside AC Milan).
  8. Andrea Belotti scored his first Serie A goals against Napoli (a brace in September 2014, for Palermo) – the Torino striker has scored five league goals against the Partenopei, with the most recent one coming in September 2018 (six goalless appearances since then).
  9. Following his hat-trick against Empoli, Andrea Belotti has now scored eight league goals this season: he could become the first player to score 10+ goals in each of the last seven Serie A seasons – the last player to achieve this feat was Antonio Di Natale (nine, between 2006/07 and 2014/15).
  10. Lorenzo Insigne and Dries Mertens have both scored six Serie A goals against Torino: in the history of the competition, only Luis Vinicio (nine) and Altafini (seven) have scored more in meetings between Torino and Napoli.
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