Parma, 2 February 2021 – Parma vs. Bologna will be the Crociati’s next fixture, with kick-off scheduled for 18:00 CET on Sunday 7 February at the Tardini.

The Rossoblù have picked up 20 points so far following five wins, five draws and ten defeats. They’ve scored 25 and conceded 35 over the course of their opening 20 matches.

The majority of Bologna’s goals (six, 24%) have come in the opening quarter of an hour of play, while they’ve tended to be at their most vulnerable between the hour mark and the 75th minute (eight goals conceded, 23%). From the 734 attacks they’ve had, the Rossoblù have had 235 attempts at goal, 117 of which have been on target. They’ve been on the ball for an average of 26 minutes and 12 seconds.

Roberto Soriano is the team’s top scorer in Serie A with six, with Riccardo Orsolini and Musa Barrow following behind on three. Having set up a teammate to score on four occasions, Soriano is also leading the way when it comes to assists. Again, Orsolini and Barrow (both three) are the next best in this regard. Takehiro Tomiyasu is the player that has played the most minutes during Bologna’s league campaign so far (1911′).

In their last league fixture, Bologna suffered a 2-1 home defeat to AC Milan, taking to the pitch with the following team: Skorupski; Tomiyasu, Danilo L., Soumaoro, Dijks (79′ Palacio); Schouten (79′ Poli), Dominguez (67′ Svanberg); Orsolini (67′ Skov Olsen), Soriano, Sansone (67′ Vignato); Barrow. Substitutes: Da Costa, Ravaglia, Hickey, Paz, Mbaye, Baldursson, De Silvestri. Coach: Mihajlovic.