The most important stats pertaining to the Rossoneri’s matchday 33 in Serie A

Since the restart of Serie A, the Rossoneri have taken 14 points from six games and they have no intention of stopping this run of good form now. After the draw away to Napoli, coach Pioli’s team are now back at San Siro to take on Parma for matchday 33 of Serie A. Ahead of kick-off, at 19:30 CEST, here are a few facts and figures on this fixture.


1- AC Milan and Parma have played each other 51 times in Serie A: 27 wins for the home side, 13 draws and eleven defeats.

2- AC Milan are unbeaten in five games against Parma (4W, 1D) – the last time the Rossoneri lost to the Ducali was back in March 2014 (4-2 at San Siro).


3- AC Milan and Parma have met 25 times in the home of the Rossoneri, with a record of 16 wins for the home side, six draws and three awat victories.

4- AC Milan have scored in each of their last 18 home games against Parma: the last time the Rossoneri failed to score against the Ducali at home was in December 1996.


5- Since the restart, only Atalanta (19 moints in seven games) have managed to take more points than AC Milan (14 points; four wins and two draws).

6- AC Milan have scored in each of their last 14 league matches: only Atalanta (20) and Juventus (29) have put together a longer run.


7- Ante Rebić is the first AC Milan player to reach double figures for goals in the second half of a Serie a season since Carlos Bacca (ten in 2015/16), and could be come the first to bah more than ten goals since Mario Balotelli in 2012/13 (twelve).

8- Zlatan Ibrahimović has scored ten goals in eleven Serie A games against Parma. He hasn’t scored more against any other team in the competition.

9- Before Theo Hernández, the last AC Milan fullback to score at least six goals in a Serie A season was Aldo Maldera (eight) in 1978/79.


10- For Stefano Pioli’s first 22 Serie A games as a head coach, the current AC Milan boss was managing Parma; three wins, six draws and 13 defeats for his Gialloblù side.