We present a data-driven verification framework to automatically prove memory safety and functional correctness of heap programs. For this, we introduce a novel statistical machine learning technique that maps observed program states to (possibly disjunctive) separation logic formulas describing the invariant shape of data structures at relevant program locations. We then attempt to verify these predictions using a theorem prover, where counterexamples to a predicted invariant are used as additional input to the shape predictor in a refinement loop. After obtaining valid shape invariants, we use a second learning algorithm to strengthen them with data invariants, again employing a refinement loop using the underlying theorem prover. We have implemented our techniques in Cricket, an extension of the GRASShopper verification tool. Cricket is able to automatically prove memory safety and correctness of implementations of a variety of classical list-manipulating algorithms such as insertionsort.