Sampdoria-Crotone: confirmed line-ups and live updates

Quagliarella Sampdoria
21 October at 17:00
Welcome to our live coverage of Sampdoria-Crotone. This is what you need to know ahead of the kick-off.
Sampdoria took only one point from last season’s two games against Crotone – only Chievo and Pescara did worse.
 
The record between these two sides in all competitions is perfectly even: three wins apiece and three draws.
 
Sampdoria have scored at least two goals in six of their last eight league fixtures.
 
The Blucerchiati have won their last three home games in the league, after failing to win any of the previous five (D2 L3).
 
Crotone are unbeaten in their last three league games (W1 D2).
 
Samp have gained six points from losing situations this season – a league high –  while Crotone are yet to take the lead away from home.
 
Last weekend against Atalanta, Sampdoria scored two goals with two substitute players (Caprary and Linetty). Overall, they’ve netted three goals with subs this term, more than any other side in this competition.
 
Marcus Rohden is the only Crotone player to have scored more than a single goal in this Serie A campaign. Each of his three goals have been assisted by Marcello Trotta.
Fabio Quagliarella has failed to score in his last four Serie A appearances, after finding the net in each of the previous six.
 
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