Parma 16 October 2020 – The Crociati will return to the pitch on Sunday at 18:00 CEST against Udinese. Here are all the facts and figures that you need to know:

There have been 46 past encounters between Udinese and Parma in Serie A. The Ducali have been victorious in 21 games, lost 15 and drawn ten. In nine of the past ten Serie A clashes between Udinese and Parma in Udine, both teams have scored a goal (40 goals in total during the period), including in all of the past six.

Only Genoa (ten) have gone longer without drawing than Parma (nine) in Serie A. The Crociati’s last draw was on the 12 July against Bologna: since then, they’ve had four victories and five defeats. 15 of the last 16 goals from Udinese in the league have come from open play, with the other goal being scored from a corner (Samir against Lecce last July). Parma’s last seven goals in Serie A have also come from open play and have all been scored by different players (including an own goal).

Gervinho has scored three goals against Udinese in Serie A, making the Friulani his favourite victim. His last two goals against Udinese came in his two most recent matches against them, both of which were held at the Dacia Arena.

Gervinho has been involved in four goals in four matches against Udinese in Serie A (three goals, one assist). Juraj Kucka’s next appearance will be his 50th in all competitions in Parma colours. The Slovakian midfielder made his Serie A debut with Genoa in January 2011 against Udinese and has managed to score twice against the team from Udine (with both goals coming while he was at the Rossoblù). Jasmin Kurtic has bagged two goals against Udinese in Serie A, both of which came when he was on Atalanta’s books. Two of the four goals that Riccardo Gagliolo has scored in Serie A came against Udinese, with both of these coming last season. Giuseppe Pezzella played 20 times for Udinese in Serie A: the 22-year-old is still looking for his first goal in the Italian top flight (he’s played 68 times so far).