PARMA NEWS

Parma were left to rue missed opportunities, as Inter defenders scored two late goals to wipe out Gervinho’s counter and conquer the Stadio Tardini 2-1.
Join us for the build-up and action from today’s six Serie A games, including Milan-Roma for Europe, Napoli-SPAL, Sassuolo-Verona, Udinese-Atalanta and Parma-Inter.
Inter are forced to revamp with Diego Godin and Danilo D’Ambrosio in defence, taking on sparkling Parma forwards Andreas Cornelius and Dejan Kulusevski.
Marcelo Brozovic is not in the Inter squad for tonight’s Serie A trip to Parma, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Lazio are on the verge of equalling the record for most penalties in a single Serie A season, but there have been more spot-kicks this term in general too.
Parma’s front three of Gervinho, Dejan Kulusevski and Andreas Cornelius are set to take on Inter, who will give Roberto Gagliardini another chance.
Parma coach Roberto D’Aversa is well aware that Inter ‘cannot afford another slip-up’ at the Stadio Tardini, so they’ll ‘show respect, but also play our own football.’
Antonio Conte is suspended, so assistant manager Cristian Stellini explained ‘psychological work’ Inter have done ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Parma.
Referees for the Week 28 Serie A fixtures have been confirmed, with Piero Giacomelli given Milan-Roma tomorrow.
Genoa coach Davide Nicola looks forward to turn things around in ‘a very important match’ against Brescia this weekend: “We know we must improve.”
Paolo Di Canio has claimed ‘the players can’t complain’ about having to play during the summer and insisted that Serie A helps ‘people in difficulty’ by distracting them with some football on TV.
Cristiano Biraghi has claimed Inter are prepared to bounce back immediately and ‘get back on track’ against Parma this weekend.
Udinese’s Rodrigo de Paul, Verona’s Marco Faraoni and Parma’s Simone Iacoponi will all miss the next round of Serie A through suspension.
Parma coach Roberto D’Aversa hailed his ‘extraordinary’ players but doesn’t want to start dreaming about a place in Europe: “We must do our best.”
Genoa coach Davide Nicola claims he has ‘no time’ to dwell on the thumping 4-1 defeat to Parma and wanted to focus on bouncing back against Brescia.
Watch Andreas Cornelius' second hat-trick of the season and Luigi Sepe’s second penalty save in two games as Parma beat Genoa 4-1 at the Marassi.
Andreas Cornelius managed an extraordinary feat by scoring his second hat-trick of the season past Genoa, as Parma conquered Marassi 4-1.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s four Serie A games, including Verona-Napoli head-to-head for sixth place and relegation clash Torino-Udinese.
Udinese coach Luca Gotti insists Torino are better than their position in Serie A and expects a ‘tough game’: “We know they are a good team.”
Genoa coach Davide Nicola has urged his players to seize the moment and ‘grasp everything you need to reach the target’.