**Ospreys travel to Parma to face Zebre bidding to make it back-to-back away wins in Guinness PRO14 for the first time since April 2019.**\n\nToby Booth’s outfit already look a different proposition to last season - when they finished rock bottom of Conference A - and boast two wins from three outings this term.\n\nIndeed, they only won twice in the whole of 2019-20 and have the chance to top that tally as early as Round 4 against Zebre, who are seeking their first victory of the campaign.\n\n**What’s at stake?**\n\nOspreys will be relishing the chance to build on their fine start to the season, with Booth’s transfer moves already paying hefty dividends.\n\nVeteran stand-off Stephen Myler has already racked up 35 points having joined in July, kicking 13 in a significant 23-15 triumph over Glasgow Warriors in Round 3. His kicks from open play have made 972 metres. \n\nAnd talented back Mat Protheroe, who agreed a return to his native Wales in February, is impressing and scored twice in their 25-10 win over Edinburgh.\n\nMeanwhile, Michael Bradley will be looking for a response to Zebre’s 63-8 defeat at Leinster in Round 3. They are the only side without a point to their name after three games.\n\nA trip to Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi remains a tough proposition, with Ospreys beaten 37-18 on their visit in April 2018.\n\n**What happened last time they met?**\n\nCoronavirus intervened in the last scheduled meeting between the two teams, as their match-up in March was postponed.\n\nYou have to go back to September 2018 for their last meeting as a Sam Davies-inspired Ospreys ran out 22-8 winners in Parma.\n\nThe fly-half, who brought up 700 points for the region that day, kicked 17 points from the tee and Luke Morgan’s first-half try earned Ospreys a first away win of the season.\n\n**What's the team news?**\n\nFor the visitors, Dan Lydiate skippers the side alongside an unchanged pack from the side that defeated Glasgow Warriors last weekend. \n\nRhodri Jones, Dewi Lake and Tom Botha make up the front-row with last week's Player of the Match, Adam Beard pairing Bradley Davies in the second row.\n\nGiulio Bisegni starts at centre for Zebre alongside Tommaso Boni while Giovanni D'Onofrio takes his place on the wing for the Italian side.\n\n**Zebre:** Junior Laloifi; Pierre Bruno, Giulio Bisegni, Tommaso Boni, Giovanni D’Onofrio, Antonio Rizzi, Josh Renton; Paolo Buonfiglio, Marco Manfredi, Eduardo Bello; Samuele Ortis, Ian Nagle; Lorenzo Masselli, Renato Giammarioli, Giovanni Licata\n\n**Replacements:** Olivero Fabiani, Andrea Lovotti, Matteo Nocera, Leonard Krumov, Antoine Koffi, Nicolo Casilio, Paolo Pescetto, Michaelangelo Biondelli\n\n**Ospreys:** Dan Evans, Mat Protheroe, Scott Williams, Joe Hawkins, Luke Morgan, Josh Thomas, Reuben Morgan-Williams, Rhodri Jones, Dewi Lake, Ma’afu Fia, Adam Beard, Bradley Davies, Olly Cracknell, Dan Lydiate (c), James King\n\n**Replacements:** Ifan Phillips, Gareth Thomas, Tom Botha, Will Griffiths, Sam Cross, Harri Morgan, Cai Evans, Callum Carson\n\n**Where’s the key battle?**\n\nOne area Ospreys could look to turn the screw on their hosts is at scrum time.\n\nThe Welsh region have secured ball from all 18 of their scrums this season - and they lead the Championship with big pushes squeezing eight penalties out of opposing packs.\n\nZebre’s scrum ranks ninth in the PRO14 in terms of ball retention, so Bradley’s men will have to work hard to stem the tide at the set piece.\n\n**Where can I watch it?**\n\nThe match kicks off at 8.15pm local time on Monday, which is 7.15pm UK time. It will be shown live on Free Sports, eir Sport 2, DAZN and pro14.tv.