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Parma v Bologna: Probable Line-Ups and Key Statistics

Published on: 12 July 2020

Parma are chasing a first top flight victory over Bologna in eight years when they welcome Sinisa Mihajlovic’s side to the Stadio Ennio Tardini on Sunday evening (kick-off 17:15).


Parma (4-3-3): Sepe; Darmian, Iacoponi, Alves, Gagliolo; Kucka, Hernani, Kurtic; Kulusevski, Cornelius, Gervinho.

Bologna (4-2-3-1): Skorupski; Tomiyasu, Bani, Danilo, Dijks; Dominguez, Schouten; Orsolini, Soriano, Sansone; Barrow.

Suspended: Denswil

Unavailable: Poli, Santander


– Parma and Bologna have met 33 times so far in Serie A; Bologna lead the head to head by 10 wins to nine, with 14 draws.

– Parma’s last win against Bologna in Serie A was in December 2012 (2-1 at the Dall’Ara) – since then, Bologna have won twice, with four draws.

– Parma have won five of their 16 home games against Bologna in Serie A, losing three times and sharing eight draws.

– Parma have lost their last four Serie A home games and could lose five in a row for the first time in the competition.

– Bologna have won their last two Serie A away games; in the last 55 years, only once have they won three such matches in a row (in 2016).

– Only Brescia (39.2%) and Sampdoria (41.4%) have a lower average possession than Parma (42.3%) in Serie A this season.

– Bologna’s head coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has won five of his 10 games as a coach against Parma (D4 L1).

– Jasmin Kurtic has already netted three goals in 13 Serie A appearances against Bologna; against no other side has he managed to score more goals in the Italian top flight.

– Bologna striker Nicola Sansone scored two goals and provided an assist against Sassuolo for Bologna in a 4-1 win in March 2015.

– Bologna’s Rodrigo Palacio has scored more Serie A goals against Parma (10 in 14 games) than any other side, including his first ever goal in the competition in December 2009 when he was at Genoa.


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