Parma, 12 December 2020 – In our Match Pack for AC Milan vs. Parma, we bring you stats, head-to-head records and facts on the Crociati’s next game.

Parma’s last win against AC Milan in Serie A was back in March 2014 (4-2 at San Siro) – with Clarence Seedorf in charge of the Rossoneri and Donadonui at the helm for the Gialloblù. Since then, the Rossoneri have won five in the fixture and there has been one draw.

The Rossoneri have taken 26 points from their first ten games in the league so far, which is in fact their best record up to this point in a single Serie A season in the three-points-per-win era. They have only had more after eleven games on two occasions – in 2003/04 (27 points) and in 2005/06 (28). AC Milan are also unbeaten in their first ten outings in the league; all three times that the Rossoneri went their first ten league without a defeat (1991/92, 1992/93 and 2003/04), they ended the season as champions.

If he plays on tomorrow, it would be Roberto Inglese’s 50th appearance in all competitions for Parma. Gervinho has scored three goals in his last three visits to San Siro, though all of these have come against Inter; the Ivorian has never scored against the Rossoneri at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. Juraj Kucka could make his 50th start with Parma in all competitions; the Slovakian also played 59 times in Serie A in an AC Milan shirt. Simone Iacoponi’s next game will be his 150th in all competitions in a Parma shirt; he has made the most appearances of any player in the current Parma squad.