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Lazio vs Parma live stream: How to watch Coppa Italia online

By Ben Green

Lazio vs Parma live stream, predictions & team news | Coppa Italia

Published: 10:00, 21 January 2021

The final Coppa Italia round-of-16 fixture takes place between Lazio and Parma on Thursday at 8.15pm (UK time) with a place in the quarter-finals against Atalanta up for grabs.

Lazio, the 2018/19 winners, have reached the quarter-finals each of the last nine seasons and will be aiming to participate in the last-eight for a 10th year running. Parma meanwhile have not progressed to quarter-finals in six years, crashing out at this stage last campaign to Roma.

How to live stream Lazio vs Parma online:

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Where to watch Lazio vs Parma on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport 1
  • US: ESPN+

Scoreline prediction: Lazio 2-1 Parma

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Lazio vs Parma build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Lazio enter this contest in confident mood with Simone Inzaghi’s side enjoying a three-match winning run and recently triumphing in the Derby della Capitale, thrashing eternal rivals Roma 3-0 in Serie A last Friday, with Luis Alberto netting a brace to follow up from Ciro Immobile’s 14th-minute opener.

By contrast, Parma are staring down the barrel in Serie A, with the Crusaders winless in nine games, stationed in 19th place and into their second manager of the campaign, with former Leyton Orient boss Fabio Liverani recently given his marching orders and replaced by Roberto D’Aversa for his second stint.

  • Lazio (vs Roma): Reina; Felipe*, Acerbi, Radu; Lazzari, Milinkovic-Savic, Lucas, Alberto*, Marusic; Caicedo, Immobile.
  • Parma (vs Sassuolo): Sepe; Busi, Dierckx, Iacoponi, Pezzella; Grassi, Brugman, Kurtic; Kucka, Gervinho, Cornelius.

Reports have emerged in Italy that Luis Alberto was rushed to hospital for an emergency appendectomy and subsequently went under the knife, which would rule him out of this contest, with the expectation now that he will be back available for the trip to Atalanta at the end of the month. Elsewhere Luiz Felipe is out with an ankle problem, while Danilo Cataldi and Silvio Proto remain on the sidelines. Parma meanwhile will be without Lautaro Valenti, Yordan Osorio, Vincent Laurini, Bruno Alves, Yann Karamoh and Hans Nicolussi Caviglia.

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Players to watch:

  • Lazio: Serie A ‘Golden Boot’ front-runner Cristiano Ronaldo has been in stellar form once again, but clinging to his coattails is current Capocannoniere holder Ciro Immobile, who has followed up from his quite ridiculous 36 goals last term to net 12 already this time around, including in the Rome derby at the weekend. The 30-year-old was central to the club’s 2018/19 Coppa Italia triumph, scoring against Inter Milan in the quarter-finals and assisting in the semis against AC Milan, and he will once again be hoping to fire his side to further cup glory.
  • Parma: The Crusaders have been struggling of late and if they are to stop the rot and turn the tide heading into the second half of the season then they will need an injection of creativity going forward, with the club netting just twice in the last seven league games. Gervinho recently returned from a hamstring injury and played the full 90 minutes in each of the last two games, captaining Parma to a draw against high-flying Sassuolo last time out, which ended a run of five straight defeats. That result could give D’Aversa’s side the inspiration they need to transform their fortunes, and another result against one of Italy’s leading clubs here would be a huge morale boost. Gervinho’s experience and attacking prowess could elevate the side against a formidable opponent on Thursday.

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