The capital-city club will be looking to put their shock 1-0 loss to Giuseppe Sannino's men behind them when they welcome the Gialloblu to the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday
Rosi, Juan, Heinze, Taddei
Gago, De Rossi, Pjanic
Ferrario, Lucarelli, Zaccardo
Valiani, Mariga, Morrone, Gobbi, Modesto
Roma boss Luis Enrique will likely be forced to reshuffle his back line due to the absence of Simon Kjaer through suspension and questions over the availability of Brazilian defender Juan. Argentina international Nicolas Burdisso is out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.
Pablo Osvaldo should get the nod up front after his 30-minute cameo against Siena upon his return from a stint on the sidelines.
Parma have not lost since Roberto Donadoni took the reins at the Ennio Tardini in the middle of January. The former Italy international has the luxury of choosing from a full squad with Gabriel Paletta his only injury concern.
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- Roma are unbeaten in their last six games at the Stadio Olimpico, outscoring their opponents 15-4 during that span.
- The Giallorossi have failed to score in only four of their 22 Serie A matches this season.
- The capital-city outfit have picked up just one point since their 4-0 win over Inter on February 5.
- Roma's and Parma's home and away form, respectively, mirror each other - Luis Enrique's men have won six, drawn three and lost twice as hosts while the Gialloblu have lost six, drawn three and lost two on the road.
- Parma are undefeated in their last five league encounters (W2 D3).
- Donadoni's men have conceded eight goals in their last four away matches.
- The Gialloblu have failed to beat Roma in their last 11 Serie A contests (D2 L9).