FOOTBALL - The following are some key facts and figures on a selected assortment of matches in the Serie A this weekend. The matches we have looked into are Lazio - Chievo, Juventus - Genoa, Parma - Napoli and Internazionale - Torino.
Lazio - Chievo (Saturday 26 January, 18:00 CET)
> Lazio can reach 46 points after 22 matches for second time in history after 46 points in 1973/1974, when they won the league (recalculated to 3 points for win).
> Lazio are unbeaten in their last 16 matches in all competitions, their longest run since 18 matches in September-December 2002.
> Lazio can win seven home matches in a row in Serie A for the first time since February-June 2001.
Juventus - Genoa (Saturday 26 January, 20:45 CET)
> Juventus last lost a Serie A home match against Genoa on 20 January 1991 (0-1 Thomas Skuhravy). They have since won eight and drawn two at home against Genoa.
> Juve’s joint top scorer Sebastian Giovinco (26 January 1987) celebrates his birthday on the matchday. The last Juve player to score a Serie A goal on his birthday was Alessandro Del Piero against Chievo on 9 November 2008.
> This will be the 47th time Juventus host Genoa in Serie A. Juve have won 36, drawn eight and lost only two (November 1937, January 1991).
Parma - Napoli (Sunday 27 January, 15:00 CET)
> Napoli can reach 46 points after 22 matches, their highest total at that stage since their league winning season 1989/90, when they had 47 (recalculated to 3 points for win).
> Parma’s last home win against Napoli was a 4-0 win in May 2001, when Napoli were relegated. Marco Di Vaio (2 goals), Johan Micoud and Savo Milosevic scored the goals. Napoli’s Paolo Cannavaro was under contract at Parma that time.
> Parma are unbeaten in their last 15 Serie A home matches. This is their second best run after their club record streak of 20 in 1992-1993. That last streak was ended by a 1-3 home defeat against Napoli in December 1993.
Internazionale - Torino (Sunday 27 January, 20:45 CET)
> Torino have not won their last 13 visits to Inter in Serie A since a 1-0 win in February 1988.
> Inter have won 63 home and away matches against Torino in Serie A, equal to their wins against Napoli. The nerazzurri have only won more Serie A matches against AS Roma (70) and Bologna (66).
> Torino can win three Serie A matches in a row for the first time since November-December 2006.