Our prediction for this Serie A match:
After rolling over Sassuolo 5-1, Atalanta will be looking to give fans yet another reason for celebration when they welcome Parma at their Gewiss Stadium. The Orobici continue life without Papu Gomez, and, against all odds, they have been producing much better showings in the Serie A ever since the Argentina international had a rift with manager Gasperini.
Atalanta are eyeing their fourth consecutive home win in the Serie A, and we are positive that they will stick to their attacking style of play. The Gli Emiliani, on the other hand, are on a three-game losing run in the Italian top flight. Parma failed to impress in a 3-0 loss to Torino, and we do not believe that they are capable of spoiling Atalanta’s party in Bergamo. In their last meeting at Gewiss Stadium the Orobici outclassed the Gli Emiliani 5-0.
Highlighted Player (Vasco Regini):
Vasco Regini started his senior career at Cesena, but he made no more than ten appearances for the club (league) from 2007 to 2009. In 2009 he moved to Sampdoria and after ending his loan spells with the likes of Foggia and Empoli he returned to Stadio Luigi Ferraris.
Vasco Regini played for Napoli on loan as well, but he made only one appearance for the Partenopei in the Italian elite division. The Italian footballer, who was born in Cesena on September 9, 1990, has established himself as first-team regular at Sampdoria and you should know that he played 34 games for La Samp in the 2016/2017 Serie A campaign.
Vasco Regini has 4 caps for Italy U20 team and he played for the U20 team in the past as well. His main position is left back, but he is used as both left winger and centre-back as well. The left-footed player has a contract with Sampdoria which expires on June 30, 2021.
Highlighted Team (Inter):
Internazionale Milano, known as Internazionale, Inter or Inter named Milan, is a football club from Italy, founded on March 9, 1908 by a number of "rebels" who did not like in the regulations of the Milan Cricket and Football Club, now known as AC Milan. The main objection was that no foreign players were allowed. In 1928 the club merged with US Milanese and strongly entered a time when Ambrosiana-Inter survived.
The club, nicknamed the Nerazzurri or the blue / blacks has had many successes. This is how Inter Milan won 18 national titles, seven times the Italian Cup, the UEFA Cup 3x, and 3x times the Champions League, formerly known as the European Cup I.