**The wounds are still fresh and the grudges haven’t been forgotten, which means the second instalment of the Italian derby is likely to be even more vigorous than the first.** \n\nThese two went toe to toe last week in a gruelling encounter in Treviso, as Zebre took the spoils to leave their compatriots still searching for their first Guinness PRO14 victory of the season. \n\nAnd Kieran Crowley’s side will be out for revenge this week in the return fixture, as they make the journey west to Parma to settle some scores from last weekend. \n\n# What’s at stake?\n\nIt is now eight Guinness PRO14 matches without a victory for Benetton this season, who sit rock-bottom of Conference B with just three points to their name. \n\nThe performances have been there, but they haven’t manufactured themselves into results as yet, but heading into a new year, they will be revitalised and confident of gathering that first victory soon. \n\nZebre’s victory last time out was their first since a Round 4 success over Ospreys, and Michael Bradley’s side will be oozing with confidence after rolling over their rivals in their own back yard last Saturday.\n\nAnother victory for the hosts this weekend could really put the cat among the pigeons in Conference A as they look to overhaul Ospreys, Dragons and Glasgow Warriors in the standings. \n\n# What happened last time they met?\n\nWell, you don’t have to rack your brains thinking about that one, as it was less than a week ago that these two last took to the field together, with Zebre claiming an important 24-15 victory. \n\nBoth sides were still pointless when Giovanni Pettinelli was sin-binned for the hosts 15 minutes in, but Zebre took immediate advantage of their extra man to score from a maul just seconds later. \n\nWith the Benetton defence on the ropes, they couldn’t deal with the force of the visiting pack who rampaged their way to the try line, with Italy captain Luca Bigi dotting down to open the scoring. \n\nAnd just before Pettinelli could return to the field, Zebre had added to their lead with a carbon-copy of their first effort, but this time on the right side of the field.