Match facts: PSG aim to cut gap

Facts and figures ahead of matchday 33 in Ligue 1.


Ajaccio – Nancy

Ajaccio are unbeaten in their last eight home matches in Ligue 1.

Ajaccio are winless in their last five league fixtures, drawing four times in the process.

Nancy have never won in four previous trips to Ajaccio in the top flight.

Nancy have managed to win their last two away games in Ligue 1, keeping clean sheets in the process.

Nancy are now unbeaten in seven consecutive Ligue 1 matches, currently the longest run.

Nancy’s attacking midfielder Bakaye Traore has scored five goals in his last four league appearances.

Ajaccio goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa has conceded the most goals in Ligue 1 this season (52).

Paris SG – Sochaux

Sochaux have picked up 12 points in six league matches under new manager Eric Hély, only two Ligue 1 teams have fared better since his appointment.

Sochaux have lost 58% of their league encounters against PSG, their worst ratio against a single Ligue 1 opponent.

Sochaux are winless in their last 15 Ligue 1 games at the Parc des Princes stadium.

Carlo Ancelotti’s win percentage in Ligue 1 this season (46%) is significantly lower than Antoine Kombouaré’s (63%), who was sacked in the winter.

PSG have suffered a league-low four defeats this season.

Sochaux striker Modibo Maiga has found the net in all of the last four matchdays.

PSG winger Nenê has scored 12 league goals at the Parc des Princes stadium, more than any other player at any Ligue 1 venue this season.

Lyon – Lorient

Lorient have suffered 10 Ligue 1 defeats against Lyon, more than versus any other opponents.

Lyon have suffered 11 defeats in a single top flight campaign for the first time since 1997/98.

Lyon have won the last three competitive meetings between these sides, scoring eight goals in the process.

Lorient have never won in seven previous Ligue 1 matches at the Gerland stadium.

Lyon are the only side in Ligue 1 this season to have scored in every home game.

Lorient are the only side without a clean sheet in Ligue 1 since the turn of the year.

Lorient have scored 83% of their Ligue 1 goals this season after the half-time break, a league-high proportion.

Lyon have now gone 210 minutes without a goal in all competitions.

Alexandre Lacazette has scored three goals in just two competitive appearances against Lorient.

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