When does Brescia vs Parma kick off? Saturday 25th July, 2019 – 16:15 (UK)
Where is Brescia vs Parma being played? Stadio Mario Rigamonti
Where can I get tickets for Brescia vs Parma? Ticket information can be found on each club’s official website
What TV channel is Brescia vs Parma on in the UK? Premier Sports have the rights to Serie A matches in the UK, so it is worth checking their schedule
Where can I stream Brescia vs Parma in the UK? If televised, subscribers can stream the match live on Premier Player
Users of the LiveScore app will also be able to stream the match live
THE TEAM NEWS
- Brescia were unable to build on their win over SPAL and having suffered defeat to Lecce during the week, their relegation to Serie B was confirmed as their poor run of form was punished in the worst way possible.
- In what was a must-win game, Brescia found themselves two goals down at half-time and despite pulling one back through Daniele Dessena, a third goal for Lecce sealed the loss and confirmed their relegation fate.
- Stefano Sabelli is suspended so will sit this one out while Simon Skrabb is out with an ankle issue and they are unlikely to be the only absentees with Brescia set to make wholesale changes to their side.
- Parma finally ended their wait for a victory as they shocked Napoli during the week and they will hope that signals a change in fortunes as the Serie A seasons enters the final stretch of matches.
- With no win in seven, Parma were up against it against a strong Napoli outfit but Gianluca Caprari put them ahead from the spot on the stroke of half-time and although Napoli levelled with a penalty of their own, Dejan Kulisevski converted the third spot kick of the game with just three minutes left.
- The relief of ending their winless run should help Parma in this contest but they will be without the services of the suspended Gaston Brugman while Riccardo Gagliolo and Hernani are unlikely to feature.
Brescia will play in Serie B next season after their relegation was confirmed with a loss to Lecce during the week and they will hope to find some form as the season draws to a close. With their fate confirmed, Brescia have no pressure on them but they will not want to go down with a whimper. They have just six wins to their name all season and with Parma arriving on the back of their first win in eight with a confidence-boosting success against Napoli, it is the away side that should come out on top here.