Monza

form

All
MON 3 - 2 FRO
W
MON 3 - 2 SNG
W
MON 5 - 0 NOV
W
MON 4 - 0 REN
W
MON 4 - 1 PIA
W
BEL 0 - 0 MON
D
PIS 3 - 4 MON
W
BRE 1 - 2 MON
W
PER 1 - 0 MON
L
FRO 4 - 1 MON
L
Torino

form

All
TOR 3 - 0 PAL
W
NIC 1 - 0 TOR
L
TOR 1 - 0 APO
W
TS 0 - 3 TOR
W
TOR 2 - 0 MLB
W
SGE 3 - 1 TOR
L
TOR 0 - 3 ROM
L
VER 0 - 1 TOR
W
TOR 0 - 1 NAP
L
EMP 1 - 3 TOR
W
Head to Head
6 Matches (2 Draws)
0 Total wins 4
0 Home wins 2
0 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
1 Draw
4 Wins
TOR 2 - 1 MON
MON 2 - 3 TOR
TOR 3 - 3 MON
MON 0 - 2 TOR
TOR 1 - 0 MON
6 Goals Scored 11
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Three of the last seven sides to have made their Serie A debut have faced Torino in their first match: Sassuolo in 2013, Frosinone in 2015 and Monza this season.
  2. Torino have won only one of their last six Serie A matches in MD1: 2-1 v Sassuolo on 25/08/2019 (D1, L4). Following defeats against Fiorentina in 2020/21 and Atalanta in 2021/22, they could lose three such games in a row for the first time in their top-flight history.
  3. Monza will play a Serie A match for the first time in their history: they will be the 69th side to have played in the competition, the 12th different team from Lombardia.
  4. With Cremonese and Monza, the 2022/23 Serie A season will have five different sides from Lombardia: this is the first edition with as many sides from this region since 2002/03 (Inter, Milan, Atalanta, Brescia and Como).
  5. Monza won 19 games in the 2021/22 league campaign, a club record in Serie B – their previous record was 17 wins in 1955/56, 1976/77 and in 2020/21.
  6. Torino are unbeaten in their last five away league matches (W3, D2), winning the last two; they could win three Serie A games on the road for the first time since February 2015 (Cesena, Inter and Verona).
  7. No side faced fewer shots on target than Torino in Serie A last season (125, alongside Juventus).
  8. Gianluca Caprari was involved in the most open play sequences ending with a goal in Serie A last term (30). Furthermore, only Rafael Leão (98) completed more dribbles than the new Monza signing (65) in Serie A in 2021-22.
  9. Christian Gytkjær scored the most goals for Monza in the 2021/22 Serie B campaign, including play-offs (14). He scored eight of these 14 goals as a substitute (more than any other player in the competition).
  10. Antonio Sanabria has scored only one of his last 10 Serie A goals away from home; however, this goal was scored in his last match played in the competition (at Atalanta on April 27); only once previously has he found the net in back-to-back league games for Torino (in his very first two, in March 2021).
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