CAGLIARI VS. PARMA IN NUMBERS

Parma, 15 February 2019 – Up next for Parma is an away match against Cagliari. Here we provide you with a few relevant stats ahead of the Crociati’s 24th league fixture of the season:


PREVIOUS MEETINGS BETWEEN THE SIDES

The two teams have played each other 32 times in Cagliari: the Rossoblu have won 17 of those games, while there have been nine draws and six Parma wins.


PREVIOUS ENCOUNTERS BETWEEN THE COACHES

Rolando Maran and Roberto D’Aversa will be coming up against each other for the second time: D’Aversa came out on top earlier on this season as Parma won 2-0 at the Tardini.


CAGLIARI SEE RED

Cagliari have had a player sent off four times this 2018/19 Serie A season – the joint-worst record in the league along with Fiorentina and Napoli.


SEVEN DIFFERENT GOALSCORERS

After 23 league fixtures, Cagliari are one of the four teams that have had the least amount of goalscorers. Together with Udinese, Spal and Frosinone, only seven different players have found the back of the net for the Rossoblu up to now. Barella, Castro, Farias, Ionita, Joao Pedro, Pavoletti and Sau have scored for them so far this Serie A season.


THERE’S ONLY ONE FEDERICO

Only once has a Parma substitute come onto the pitch and scored so far this Serie A season, with the same applying to Udinese, Torino, Milan, Genoa and ChievoVerona. As regards the Crociati, Dimarco’s goal against Inter has been the only time this has happened.


MATTEO CLOSE TO 300

Matteo Scozzarella is close to playing his 300th game in professional football. So far, he has appeared 15 times in Serie A, while he has also made 193 and 72 appearances in Serie B and Lega Pro respectively. In the Coppa Italia, he has taken to the pitch eight times. He has played a further eleven times in other competitions. The clubs where he’s made those appearances are as follows: Portogruaro, Juve Stabia, Atalanta, Ternana, Spezia, Trapani and Parma. His debut came on 26 August 2007, when Portogruaro beat Prato 1-0 in Serie C2.

 

Statistics from Calcio&Social Communication