Roberto Donadoni has admitted that Roma will have a point to prove against his Parma side when the two face-off on Wednesday.
The Giallorossi surrendered a two-goal lead at home to Udinese at the weekend, and the 49-year-old Coach has conceded that Zdenek Zeman's men will be doubly determined ahead of the game at Ennio Tardini.
“I hope that the game against Roma is a good one,” he told a Press conference. “After the game on Sunday I expect Roma to be even more determined that they otherwise would be.
“We are ready though, and will fight them blow-for-blow. The last match against Torino [a 3-1 win] was an important one for us – it gives us confidence psychologically, but has also shown a few things that we can improve on.
“Roma have some great attacking players. It will take a great effort by us to stop them, but I think my boys are ready and willing to show that the last two matches of ours have not been a fluke.
“We want to take this good run on even further.”
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