Parma, 8 April 2022 – Brescia will be the Crociati’s next opponents, with kick-off scheduled for 20:30 CEST on Monday. Here are all the facts and figures you need to know:

● Brescia have won their last three Serie B matches against Parma after failing to come away with a victory (D5, L2) or even score in the seven fixtures between the sides prior to this.

● Out of Parma’s eleven Serie B wins over the Rondinelle, only one has come away from home: the 1-0 victory on 25 March 1990. The Ducali have otherwise drawn five and lost 14 in Brescia, including the 2-1 defeat the last time they played in the Lombard city (on 3 February 2018).

● Brescia have won three of their last four home games in the league (D1), as many as in their previous twelve. In general, the Rondinelle are unbeaten in eight games at the Stadio Rigamonti (W3, D5) and haven’t been on a longer undefeated run at home in Serie B since their streak from August 2018 to February 2019 (twelve in that case).

● Parma have won their last two Serie B matches on the road (vs. Vicenza and Cosenza). The Crociati haven’t recorded three consecutive away wins in Italy’s second division since April 2009 (vs. Empoli, Triestina and Bari).

● Brescia are the team that have drawn the most fixtures in Serie B in 2022: nine (out of 15, 60%), including four of their last five. Before this, the Rondinelle had only drawn four in 18 (22%).

● Parma haven’t lost in nine league matches (W4, D5). The Crociati haven’t gone on a longer undefeated streak in a single season in Serie B since their 18-game unbeaten run to finish off the 2008/09 campaign (W10, D8).

● Brescia have gained 17 points from losing positions, the best tally in the league this season. This is seven more than Parma have achieved after they’ve fallen behind.

● One of Andrea Cistana’s four Serie B goals came against Parma. He scored this in Brescia’s 1-0 win at the Tardini in the reverse fixture in December. All of these four goals were netted in the first half from corners.

● Two of the four youngest players to have scored at least five goals this league season wear the Parma shirt: Adrian Benedyczak (November 2000, six goals) and Adrián Bernabé (May 2001, five goals). The latter is second in this particular ranking, behind only Lorenzo Colombo (March 2002, six goals).