• The last three Serie A meetings between these two sides have ended in a draw.
  • Overall, Parma lead by seven wins to five in the top-flight against Genoa, but the Ducali have won only one of the last seven encounters (3-1 at home on the 2nd of October 2011).
  • Five of the 10 previous meetings played at the Ferraris have ended in a draw (incl. the last two).
  • Parma have won only once at Genoa’s ground in Serie A (4-0 in January 1994).
  • Genoa have won only one of their last five league games, losing three.
  • The Rossoblu have won only twice in their last 10 home fixtures in the league (5D, 3L).
  • Parma have recorded three wins, a draw and a loss in the last five match-days, scoring an average of 2.8 goals per game.
  • The Ducali are yet to enjoy a victory away from home this season (two draws and two losses).
  • Parma have already scored five headed goals this term – a league-high.
  • Roberto Donadoni’s side have scored 13 goals courtesy of Italian players, more than any other team.
  • Amauri has netted five goals against Genoa, his favourite opponent after only Sampdoria and Torino, although he is yet to score his first goal of this season.
  • Marco Parolo has been involved in each of Parma’s last five goals, scoring three and providing two assists.