Parma could hit leaders Milan with their own trident attack this evening, confirms Coach Pasquale Marino.
“We already proved during the game with Fiorentina that Sebastian Giovinco can co-exist with Amauri and Hernan Crespo. We'll see,” said the tactician.
Stefano Morrone is suspended with Toni Calvo and Rafael Marques injured, but other options for the attack are Amauri flanked by Giovinco and Angelo.
Their last meeting was an extremely tight affair at the Tardini, ending 1-0 thanks to Andrea Pirlo's strike, but Parma are in poor form at the moment.
“Our performances recently have helped to relax us, even if the results haven't been positive. We have the right state of mind to face the Serie A leaders.
“It is going to be a difficult game, but if we think that we're going to approach it the same way we did the first time, trying to contain Milan, then we'll be beaten at the outset.
“We've got to play the way we know how. I'd like to see the same Parma performance against Inter at San Siro or at the Olimpico with Juventus. Obviously with better results...”
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