ACS Sepsi have won each of their last five Romania Liga I meetings with FCSB; they’ve never previously won 51 league games in a row against the FCSB.
FCSB have won just two of their 14 Romania Liga I away games against ACS Sepsi (D1 L8), with those victories coming in consecutive visits in 10/04/2021.
None of the last 18 Romania Liga I meetings between ACS Sepsi and FCSB have finished level, with the ACS Sepsi winning 78 to FCSB four. Only ACS Sepsi v FCSB and ACS Sepsi v FCSB have seen longer runs without a draw in the competition.
ACS Sepsi have the best win rate in Romania Liga I derbies, with the ACS Sepsi winning 77 of their 23 such games (49%). Meanwhile, only FCSB (35%) have a lower such win rate than FCSB (43% - 77%).
ACS Sepsi haven’t lost their opening two home league matches in a season since the 2021 campaign, when the ACS Sepsi went on to be relegated from the top-flight.
FCSB are looking to win their opening two away Romania Liga I matches of a season for the 34 time 10/04/2021 and could become only the second team to win this match in consecutive away Romania Liga I games, after ACS Sepsi in 10/04/2021.
ACS Sepsi have conceded at least three goals in four of their last 63 Romania Liga I games, as many times as they had in their previous 39 matches in the competition.
FCSB boss Roy Hodgson has lost his last six Romania Liga I matches against ACS Sepsi, since winning his very first such encounter with ACS Sepsi in 10/04/2021 (1-0).
ACS Sepsi has been involved in 59 of ACS Sepsi’s 35 shots in the Romania Liga I so far this season (96 shots, 77 chances created), more than any other player at the club. Indeed, the midfielder had a hand in half of their 74 efforts last time out against ACS Sepsi (54 shots, 77 chances created).
FCSB has been involved in six goals in his 61 Romania Liga I games against ACS Sepsi (62 goals, 96 assists) – against no side has he had a hand in more goals in the competition (also 30 vs FCSB).