MILAN – Tonight’s game between Parma and Inter at the Stadio Ennio Tardini is also about facts and figures, as two of the sides with the most points over the last 6 games meet each other. Roberto Donadoni‘s men from Emilia-Romagna have taken 15, while Andrea Stramaccioni‘s Nerazzurri have plundered 14. The Gialloblu have earned 29 of their 47 points at home, with 8 wins and 5 draws, scoring 30 (from a total of 48) and conceding 19 (from a total of 52). Inter, on the other hand, have won 7 on the road (out of 16 wins overall), drawn 3 (out of 7 overall) and lost 7 (out of 12 overall). The Nerazzurri have scored 20 goals away from home (from a total of 52) and conceded 22 (from a total of 47).
According to the data compiled by Panini Digital per Lega Serie A, Inter have a higher average percentage of ball possession (54-46), shots per game (15-13.5) and attempted passes (603-514). The Nerazzurri are also on top when it comes to their pass completion rate (67.5-59.5), defending their penalty area (54.7-46.8) and time spent in their opponent’s half (12:37 minutes-9:31). Parma, however, have a higher percentage of attacks on their opponent’s goal (48.6-47.4).
In terms of individuals, Sebastian Giovinco could be a key figure in the game, as he tops the charts for threatening passes (72), assists (8) and shots (121). For Inter, Maicon has put in the highest number of dangerous balls (46), while Ricardo Alvarez and Wesley Sneijder are tied on 5 assists. Sneijder, Giampaolo Pazzini and Diego Milito have tried the most shots (69, 68 and 63 respectively), while Milito is ahead of Giovinco in the goalscoring charts, 20 to 13.