Parma, 2 February 2023 – Genoa will be the Crociati’s next opponent on Sunday, February 5 at the Ennio Tardini stadium in Parma (16:15 CET) for the 23rd matchday of the Serie BKT championship. Here are some statistics and the match history:

● The last nine matches between Parma and Genoa in Serie B have ended as a draw, making this the third match to count nine draws in a row in the tournament’s history – Brescia vs. Verona and Catanzaro vs. Potenza are the other two: in total there have been 17 matches played between the two and the Grifone have slightly edged them, with four wins and two defeats (eleven draws).

● Parma haven’t lost at home in their last eight meetings against the Grifone in Serie B (two wins, six draws); only against Sambenedettese (13) are they more games unbeaten at home.

● Genoa have drawn 65% of their matches against Parma in Serie B – a record for the Rossoblù in the tournament – at the same time, among the teams they have faced more than 10 times, Parma are one of the teams they have the fewest defeats against in the competition (two – along with Cremonese, SPAL, Lucchese and Piacenza).

● Parma have won six home games in this Serie B, fewer than only two teams, Cagliari (seven) and Frosinone (nine); on the other hand, Genoa are the most successful away team (seven wins) this season.

● Genoa (58 per cent) and Parma (56 per cent) are the two teams that have scored the highest percentage of their goals in the first half games in Serie B; the Grifone are also the team that has conceded the fewest in the first half of games this season (six).

● Luca Zanimacchia returns to Serie B after a stint in the top flight with Cremonese; in the 2021/22 tournament, he made 36 appearances for the Grigiorosso, registering eight goals and five assists.