Parma, 21 October 2021 –For all of the number crunchers out there, here are a few facts and stats on Reggina vs. Parma on matchday 9 of Serie BKT.

 

  • Reggina and Parma have faced off 23 times between Serie A, Serie B and the Coppa Italia; the record reads seven wins for the Amaranto, nine for the Gialloblù and seven draws.
  • Reggina have never beaten Parma at home in Serie B (D2, L1). The last time the Granata beat the Ducali at home was in the last game between the two in Serie A (2-1 in April 2008).
  • Reggina drew their last home game to Frosinone. The Amaranto haven’t drawn to consecutive home matches in the second tier since December 2012 (three in a row).
  • Parma have drawn their last three league games; the last time that they drew four consecutive Serie B matches was in December 2017.
  • Parma are without a win in five league games (D3, L2). The Crociati haven’t been winless in at least six consecutive Serie B games since October 2008.
  • Parma are in twelfth position on ten points. However, if we take into account only the second halves of games, only Pisa and Ascoli (both on 15) would have taken more points than the Ducali (14).
  • Reggina are, alongside Lecce, one of the two teams with the most points (five) thanks to goals scored in the last half an hours of matches this season. Parma, meanwhile, have dropped the
  • Reggina and Parma are two of the three teams not to have scored a single goal in the first 15 minutes of games in Serie B this season – the other being Vicenza.
  • Andrej Galabinov has scored half of Reggina’s goals in the league this season (4/8). The Bulgarian had never before scored as many goals in the first eight matches of a Serie B season.
  • Gennaro Tutino’s last eight goals in Serie B have all come away from home, including two in a Parma shirt this season.