**Ulster will travel to Parma on Monday Night Rugby, looking to extend their unbeaten run to six games against Michael Bradley’s Zebre.** \n\nThe two sides have endured polar opposite seasons so far, with the Italians sitting rock bottom of Conference A with just the one victory to their name, while the visitors are yet to taste defeat. \n\nZebre will be still be smarting from last weekend’s last-minute defeat at the hands of Scarlets, with their performances improving with each game played, but with players from either side away on international duty, it will once again be a test of the depth of both side’s squads at Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi. \n\n**What’s at stake?**\n\nEvery Ulster game seems to have a lot riding on it at the moment, as Dan McFarland’s side continue to chew up and spit out all that comes before them in the Guinness PRO14 this season. \n\nGlasgow Warriors were the latest team to feel their wrath last weekend, with the Scottish side sent packing off the back of a 40-15 defeat at Kingspan, with the hosts running in five tries in the process. \n\nThere is still a bee in Ulster’s bonnet after defeat to Leinster in the Guinness PRO14 Final last season, and it will be a tough task for Zebre to lay a finger on them on Monday evening. \n\nThe hosts have lost four out of their five matches this season, with just a single victory over Ospreys to their name, and know they have to get some wins under their belt sooner rather than later. \n\nBradley has his team functioning better than some of their early season performances, and will be eager to put last weekend’s defeat behind them with a strong start in Parma. \n\n**What happened last time they met?**\n\nThese two last went head to head just over a year ago, as the Italians made the trip to Kingspan in Round 5 of the 2019/20 season, going down 22-7 in Belfast. \n\nThe visitors got off to the perfect start in that one, with Mattia Bellini crossing within the opening 90 seconds to silence the home faithful. \n\nIt proved to be a false dawn for the visitors though, as Ulster came back with a vengeance the longer the game went on, as David Shanahan levelled the scores midway through the first half after a break from Luke Marshall. \n\nA Bill Johnston three-pointer and a penalty try put the hosts into the ascendency early in the second half, before Rob Lyttle latched onto Johnston’s cross field kick to round off the scoring. \n\nIt summed up the season for both of these two sides, with Ulster proving to be a force at home throughout, while Zebre finished the campaign with just three victories to their name.