Date: 27th June 2020 at 8:00am
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A game with big repercussions at the foot of the takes place in on Saturday evening as make the trip to Brescia.


Brescia (4-3-1-2): Joronen; Sabelli, Papetti, Mateju, Semprini; Bjarnason, Tonali, Dessena; Zmrhal; Torregrossa, Donnarumma.

Unavailable: Alfonso, , Chancellor, Cistana.

Genoa (3-5-2): ; Biraschi, Soumaoro, Masiello; Ankersen, Cassata, Schöne, Sturaro, Barreca; Sanabria, Iago .

Unavailable: Criscito, Radovanovic, Sanabria.


– Brescia and Genoa have met 19 times so far in Serie A: the Grifoni lead by 10 wins to five, with four draws.

– Brescia’s last Serie A win against Genoa was in February 1947, with four wins for the and three draws in the following seven meetings.

– Genoa have won their last two games against Brescia; they’ve never managed three consecutive wins against them in the flight.

– Brescia have hosted Genoa nine times in Serie A, winning four and sharing three draws (L2).

– Brescia have won only one of their last 13 home games in this campaign – their worst ever home record at this stage of the season in the top flight.

– Genoa have won their last two away games – last time they won three in a row on the road was in November 2014.

– Genoa have failed to score in five of the last six Serie A games they played on a Saturday.

– Brescia’s defender Stefano Sabelli scored his first goal in Serie A against Genoa in April 2016 when he was at Carpi.

– In the reverse fixture against Genoa, Brescia’s Tonali scored his first direct free-kick goal in Serie A.

– Goran Pandev’s only goal from five Serie A appearances against Brescia came in the reverse fixture back in October, after he had failed to score when he faced them with Ancona, Lazio and Inter.