Parma, 21 November 2020 – With Roma vs. Parma fast approaching, here are all the facts and figures you need to know ahead of the Crociati’s trip to the capital.

Roma are unbeaten in 19 home fixtures against Parma (W15, D4). Out of all the teams in Serie A, only against Verona have the Giallorossi gone longer without defeat on home turf (23).

Roma have picked up 13 from a possible 15 points since the beginning of October, more than any other side. The Giallorossi have kept a clean sheet in each of their past three home fixtures in all competitions: they haven’t gone on a longer run without letting the opposition score at the Olimpico since January 2014 (five consecutive clean sheets under Rudi García). Roma are unbeaten in nine matches in all competitions (W6, D3), a record with Fonseca in the dugout. The Giallorossi have scored at least two goals in each of their last seven home league fixtures. They haven’t done this for eight successive matches since November 2016. Parma have drawn their last three games in the Italian top flight: the last time the Crociati played out more successive stalemates in Serie A was in May 2019 (five).

Gervinho’s first 71 appearances in Serie A came in a Roma shirt between 2013 and 2016. In his first season in Serie A (2013/14), the Ivorian provided ten assists. In his five other seasons in the Italian top flight, he’s registered eleven assists in total. Gervinho has already found the net against Roma in the league: he did so in May 2019 at the Stadio Olimpico. Roberto Inglese has bagged three goals in five matches against Roma in Serie A, including a brace for Chievo in May 2017. Roma are the side that Juraj Kucka has had the most success against in terms of goals (four). Those goals came in four separate fixtures, but the Slovakian midfielder was only on the winning side in one of them (D1, L2): this victory came while he was playing for Genoa in October 2011. Juraj Kucka is the player that has committed the most fouls (22) this season. Andreas Cornelius made his Serie A debut against Roma in August 2017, back when he was an Atalanta player. The Giallorossi are the only team against whom the Danish striker has scored for two different sides in Serie A (two goals in total, for Parma and Atalanta).