Parma, 12 January 2021 – Next up for the Crociati is a trip to the Mapei Stadium in Reggio Emilia to face Sassuolo on Sunday. Let’s take a closer look at our next opponents.

Sassuolo have picked up 29 points so far following eight wins and five draws and four defeats. They’ve scored 30 (twelve at home, 18 away) and conceded 26 (eleven at home, 15 away) over the course of their opening 17 matches.

From the 628 attacks they’ve had, De Zerbi’s side have had 212 attempts at goal, 94 of which have been on target. They’ve been on the ball for an average of 30 minutes and two seconds. The Neroverdi have had 79 corners and committed 198 fouls up to this point.

Domenico Berardi is the team’s top scorer in Serie A with seven, with Francesco Caputo following behind on six. Having set up a teammate to score on four occasions, Berardi is also leading the way when it comes to assists, with Gian Marco Ferrari and Caputo (both two) following in this regard. Andrea Consigli is the player that has played the most minutes during Sassuolo’s league campaign so far (1551).

In their last league fixture, Sassuolo fell to a 3-1 defeat away to Juventus, taking to the pitch with the following team: Consigli; Muldur (83’ Oddei), Chiriches (87’ Ayhan), Ferrari, Kyriakoupolos; Obiang, Locatelli; Defrel (68’ Boga), Djuricic (46’ Lopez), Traoré; Caputo (46’ Toljan).