Roma will seek a swift response from their disappointing Europa League loss in Germany when they travel to the Stadio Ennio Tardini on Sunday at 18:00.
Parma (4-3-3): Sepe; Darmian, Iacoponi, Dermaku, Gagliolo; Kucka, Scozzarella, Barillà; Kulusevski, Cornelius, Gervinho.
Unavailable: Laurini, Grassi, Karamoh, Inglese.
Roma (4-2-3-1): Pau Lopez; Spinazzola, Fazio, Smalling, Kolarov; Mancini, Veretout; Zaniolo, Pastore, Kluivert; Dzeko.
Unavailable: Pellegrini, Diawara, Zappacosta, Mkhitaryan, Cristante, Kalinic.
– Parma have lost 31 Serie A matches against Roma (D10 L9), a record for the Crociati in the Italian top flight.
– Parma have lost 31 Serie A matches against Roma (D10 L9), the most defeats they’ve recorded against any side in Serie A.
– Roma have won eight of their last 10 away Serie A games against Parma (D1 L1), including the three most recent encounters, in their previous 15 they had won just five (D3 L7).
– Parma have scored 16 goals in the current league season, a record for them after 11 MDs in Serie A since 2003/04 (19 goals).
– Parma have won three of their last four home league games (L1), as many wins in their previous 17 matches at the Tardini stadium in Serie A (D6 L8).
– Roma have lost only one match in the current Serie A campaign (W6 D4), only in two seasons have the Giallorossi remained unbeaten after 11 Serie A matchdays: in 2013/14 and in 2003/04.
– Roma are currently on a streak of nine games on the road unbeaten (W4 D5) – the last time they were on a longer run was in August 2018 (12 away trips).
– Roma have been trailing for fewer minutes than any other side in Serie A this season (25). In contrast, only Sampdoria (511) have been trailing for longer than Parma in the league (388).
– Roma are one of four teams to have not conceded goals in the first 15 minutes in Serie A this season. Furthermore, no other side have conceded fewer goals (three) than Roma in the first half.
– Juraj Kucka has scored more Serie A goals against Roma than any other side (3). However, he has lost five of his eight games against the Giallorossi (W2 D1).
– Both Diego Perotti’s first goal and last goal in Serie A came against Parma – in October 2014 for Genoa and in May 2019 for Roma.