Apart from Galloppa, who is injured, Donadoni has all of his regular starters available for the trip to Rome.
Acquah, Musaccci, Morrone and Parolo are all battling for just one spot in midfield, where Marchionni and Valdes look safe to play.
Biabiany will play up front with Amauri, so Rosi will retain his place on the right flank.
Lazio obtained 7 points from 3 tough matches against Roma, Juventus and Udinese. The 3-0 victory over Guidolin's team put the Biancocelesti back in the race for a Champions League spot and they will want to take advantage of Juve and Inter's tough fixtures.
Parma are currently leading the group chasing the European spots and a single point in Rome would be more than welcome in their quest for European football.
Ten men in the midfield may bring too much traffic and cause difficulty for both teams in terms of starting off moves. They may even decide to go long and then help the forwards with runs from the midfielders, and that strategy may suit Parma more than Lazio given Amauri's ability in the air. Biabiany may also play closer to the midfield to help press Ledesma, so Lazio may even leave command of the operations to their opponents and try to attack on the counter.
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