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Serie A: Inter vs Parma

Parma journeys to the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza for the Serie A 6th round clash with host Inter Milan. Looking at the head-to-head statistics from November 1, 2014, each team shared 2 victories and a total of 13 goals were divided between the two clubs during those matches, with 6 for the Nerazzurri and 7 for each. for Parma. 

Inter dominated the match against Shakhtar with dangerous attacks but failed to break the deadlock. It was the Nerazzurri's first goalless draw since 2009/10, when Inter and Barcelona drew together in the group stage. The deadlock match in Ukraine is only the third time Inter have played goalless away in the Champions League. Before that, they drew 0-0 in the semi-final first leg against Milan in 2002/03 and then followed by the second leg of the round of 16 against Valencia in 2006/07. In the match against Borussia, Lautaro fired a thunderous volley and in the match against Shakhtar the crossbar rejected both Barella and Lukaku in the first half. Last night, Inter touched the crossbar twice in a single Champions League match for the first time since November 2019 (when they beat Slavia Prague 3-1 away). More, For the first time since February 2006 (a 2-2 draw against Ajax), Inter saw 2 attempts in the first half going out of goal in a Champions League match. Before Borussia and Shakhtar, Inter only let the opponent get 2 shots in the first 45 minutes, in their match against Genoa, Rossoblù had only 1 finish in 90 minutes (not hit the target) enough to say the solid defense of Inter.

Parma entered this encounter following a 3-1 win at Coppa Italia over Pescara in their recent match, Parma's only goal scorer was Yann Karamoh (26 ', 43'). Looking at their form, Parma has been netted in 5 of their last 6 games, with opponents scoring 12 overall, on defense, Crociati has seen their weakness come out. Looking at their previous results shows us that Parma has not been beaten by Inter Milan in away games against them in their last 4 matches and has not won away in their last 2 league matches. National Park. Coach Fabio Liverani, had to choose a squad that had some fitness issues as Mattia Sprocati (Muscle Problems), Matteo Scozzarella (Unspecified Injury), Juan Brunetta (Unknown Injury), Andrea Dini (rupture of the Achilles tendon).