Serie A: Frosinone vs Juve 0-2, as it happened

23 September at 22:30
Frosinone will be taking on Juve later on today in what should be a pretty one sided affair. You can follow all of the of the action with us right here on 


- Against Juventus, Frosinone earned their first point in Serie A history following a 1-1 draw in September 2015. Also on that occasion, the game was played on MD5.
- If Juventus win, they would be with five wins out of five for the third time in the last five Serie A seasons.
- Frosinone are winless in their last nine Serie A fixtures (D2 L7) – the club’s worst ever run in the top-flight.
- Juve have kept only one clean sheet in their last six Serie A away games – previously the Bianconeri hadn’t conceded a single goal for six away games in a row.
- Frosinone are yet to score in this Serie A campaign – the last Serie A team to remain goalless in the opening five games of the season were Venezia in 1998/99.
- Frosinone have already used 23 different players so far in this campaign – more than any other side.
- Frosinone have had fewer touches in the opposition box than any other Serie A side this season (40), while Juventus have had the most (131).
- Juventus’ Paulo Dybala has scored only one goal in his last 10 Serie A appearances, despite attempting 20 shots in this period.
- Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace last weekend against Sassuolo – during his spell at Real Madrid he scored more than once in 85 different La Liga matches.
- Frosinone’s Stipe Perica’s last Serie A goal came against Juventus, when he was at Udinese in October 2017 – since then he’s failed to score in his ensuing 22 league appearances.




comments powered by Disqus

More news about...

We'd like to show you notifications for the latest news and updates.