The statistical head-to-head of Serie A matchday 32: Antonio Candreva vs. Lorenzo De SilvestriWe compare two players who occupy the right flank using the data provided on the statistics section of our website
Friday, July 10, 2020
The final fixture of matchday 32 will see a wounded Inter, who have struggled somewhat since the restart, play Torino, who will be looking to pick up the pace after a particularly poor period. Two players who are set to be involved are Antonio Candreva and Lorenzo De Silvestri, both of whom will be aiming to make a contribution down the right flank for their respective sides. Here, we compare the experienced and versatile duo using the statistics from the FIGC’s dedicated webpage.
Despite there being strong competition for places, the former Lazio player has earned the trust of Conte, as he did when the latter was in charge of the National Team. So far, Candreva has been involved in 26 games and played a total of 1700 minutes having been substituted on eleven occasions. The veteran De Silvestri, meanwhile, has played 25 times for the Granata and has remained on the pitch for a total of 2011 minutes.
The Nerazzurri man has been more purposeful in his play, making 713 passes (83% precision) and completing nine dribbles. De Silvestri has aimed to pick out a teammate on 480 occasions and has done so 74.2% of the time. Furthermore, he has brought four dribbles to completion. Both players have made six successful tackles, although De Silvestri dominates when it comes to clearances (57 compared to 19) and also has the edge in terms of interceptions (16 to eleven). Despite committing 29 fouls, the Granata player has only picked up one yellow card, while Candreva has been booked five times after fouling his opponents on 15 occasions.
Torino’s no.29 is yet to register a goal or an assist, while Candreva has scored four and set up his teammates to score seven times.