Roma hosts Parma
Roma hosts Parma at the Stadio Olimpico in a fixture from the 31th round of the Serie A. Are you ready to pay attention to our preview for this game? Let’s go.
Something bad is happening at Roma, because the Wolves suffered three consecutive losses in their last three matches. Paulo Fonseca’s boys lost against Milan, Udinese and Napoli, scoring just one goal for 270 minutes of time. Because of these poor results Roma are now 6th in the standings with 48 points, completely losing their chances for another Champions League qualification. This is really dissapointing for the club’s fans.
On Sunday Roma paid a visit to the Coppa Italia winners Napoli at the San Paolo. Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored for the visitors, but Napoli secured the win with goals from Callejon and Insigne. It was just another bad day for the Wolves lately.
With this kind of performance the manager Paulo Fonseca is risking to lose his place for the next season. Fonseca’s first season in Rome is far from impressive, so the club’s board could look at other options after the end of the campaign. The truth is Roma have an excellent squad, but something is just not working for them.
Parma approach this game from 12th place in the league. Just like Roma, the Crusaders are in a run of three consecutive losses in the Serie A. Parma are not in a danger to lose their place in the competition, but they could do a little bit better.
In their last game Parma hosted Fiorentina at the Tardini, but got defeated. Juraj Kucka’s goal from a penalty kick was the only Parma did in this match against La Viola.
Both Roma and Parma will try to stop their negative run on Wednesday. Roma are playing at home, but without fans it doesn’t matter that much. Let’s see if the manager Paulo Fonseca can revive his team.