Parma, 29 November 2021 – It’s already time for the Crociati to get back to work. Parma are in action on Wednesday 1 December at the Tardini as they take on Brescia on Serie BKT matchday 15.

Brescia currently occupy second place in the table having taken 29 points from their first 14 league matches. They have won eight, drawn three and lost three, scoring 26 goals and conceding 17.

Bajic è l’attuale capocannoniere del Brescia, assieme a Moreo, a quota 4 reti ciascuno; seguono nella classifica marcatori del club Palacio, Bertagnoli e Tom Van De Looi. A livello di assist comanda sempre Bajic con 5 passaggi chiave, seguito da Pajac a quota 3. Con 1358 minuti disputati è lo stesso Pajac il giocatore più utilizzato finora da Mister Inzaghi. Bajic and Moreo are Brescia’s top scorers with four goals apiece, followed by Palacio, Bertagnoli and Tom Van De Looi. Bajic also leads the way in terms of assists with five, followed by Pajac on three. With 1,358 minutes played, Bajac is also Inzaghi’s most-utilised played so far this season.

In their last game, Brescia lost 1-0 at home to Pisa, line-up as follows: Cistana, Chancellor, Mangraviti (77’ Ayè), Lèris (77’ Spalek), Bisoli, Van de Looi (66 Jagiello), Bertagnoli, Pajac, Palacio (62’ Moreo), Bajic (62’ Tramoni). Coach: F. Inzaghi.

The two sides last met in Parma two seasons ago in the top flight. It ended 1-1 with Grassi on the scoresheet for the Crociati. Parma, who were wearing a jersey celebrating Parmense’s 1969/70 season, played with this team: Sepe; Iacoponi, Hernani Jr, Brugman (74’ Kucka), Barillà (81’ Pezzella), B. Alves, Gervinho (55’ Grassi), Gagliolo, Darmian, Kulusevski, Sprocati. Coach: D’Aversa

Subs: Colombi, Alastra, Dermaku, Laurini, Adorante