Statistical head-to-head for matchday 35 in Serie A: Marco Silvestri vs Salvatore SiriguUsing the data provided on the Figc.it site, we have compared the Hellas and Torino goalies
Friday, May 7, 2021
Hellas Verona host Torino at the Bentegodi on Saturday on matchday 35. The two sides are separated by eight points, with the home side on 42 and the Granata on 34.
The statistical head-to-head for matchday 34, which is made possible by the dedicated section of the Figc website, pits Marco Silvestri against Salvatore Sirigu.
Silvestri has played eight more games than Sirigu this season (34 vs. 28), playing a total of 3060 minutes of football to his counterpart’s 2520.
The former Leeds United man has also been busier between the stick; he averages 2.73 saves per match (vs. 2) and 0.41 clearances with a punch (vs. 0.21). Silvestri has also made more clearances in general: 29 to 12.
Both ‘keepers have made the same number of catches: 9 apiece.
Furthermore, we have to make a mention of the fact that Silvestri is in seventh place in the league for the number of total saves made: 93.
Speaking of goals, Sirigu has conceded eight more (50 vs. 42) and conceded once every 50.4 minutes, to Silvestri’s 72.86 minutes.
In terms of discipline, the former Palermo goalie has conceded one penalty and not been booked, while Silvestri has conceded one penalty and has been shown one yellow card.