No team with 60+ goals conceded in a Ligue 1 campaign has managed to avoid relegation since 1989.
Ajaccio can achieve top-flight survival if they beat Lyon and none of Brest, Dijon and Auxerre win their respective games.
Lyon are unbeaten in their last nine Ligue 1 encounters against the Corsicans, winning on seven occasions.
Ajaccio have not beaten Lyon in a competitive game since 1973.
No promoted side has won vs. Lyon in the league since August 2010 (Caen).
In the reverse fixture, Lyon hit the woodwork on five occasions, a league record this season.
Ajaccio are now unbeaten in 10 consecutive home games in the league.
Lorient will be saved from relegation if they beat Bordeaux.
In case of a draw, Lorient will be saved from relegation if none of Brest, Dijon and Auxerre win their respective games.
Bordeaux are on a run of four consecutive wins in Ligue 1.
Lorient have never beaten Bordeaux at the Chaban-Delmas stadium in all competitions (D3 L5).
Bordeaux have netted a league-high 12 goals in the opening 15 minutes this season, including four goals in the first minute of play.
Yoan Gouffran is enjoying his most prolific top-flight campaign with 12 goals.
Lorient are now winless in 17 consecutive away league games, losing the last three in a row.
Valenciennes will be saved from relegation if they beat Brest.
In case of a draw, Valenciennes will be saved from relegation if Dijon do not win vs. Toulouse.
Valenciennes have picked only one win in their last 17 competitive meetings vs. Lorient.
Brest are on a run of five winless games in Ligue 1.
Brest’s new head coach Corentin Martins is the only Ligue 1 manager without a win this season in Ligue 1 (D2 L1).
Brest have drawn a league-high 17 games this season.
Valenciennes have picked up a league-low seven points on the road this season, failing to keep a single clean sheet in the process.
Caen can save their Ligue 1 status if they beat Sochaux and either Brest or Dijon fail to win.
In case of a draw, Caen will be saved from the drop if Brest and Dijon lose and Auxerre do not win.
If Sochaux win, they will be safe from relegation if Brest and Dijon lose and Auxerre do not win.
Sochaux have lost just one of their last four trips to Caen in Ligue 1, winning twice and drawing once.
Sochaux are on a run of four consecutive away defeats in the league.
Caen have suffered only one defeat in their last eight Ligue 1 matches at the Michel-d’Ornano stadium.
The last five league encounters between these teams have seen four different players scored braces.
Romain Hamouma has scored two goals in his three league appearances vs. Sochaux.
In the reverse fixture, Ryad Boudebouz scored, created six goalscoring chances and completed six dribbles.
Toulouse have a 100% record vs. Dijon, winning all three competitive meetings and keeping a clean sheet in the process.
Dijon have now failed to score in 540 minutes of Ligue 1 football, this is the longest goal-drought this term.
Toulouse have also failed to score in the last three matchdays.
Only Serie A champions Juventus have kept more clean sheets (21) than Toulouse (19) this term in the top five European leagues.
Dijon have failed to convert any of their last 58 shots in the league.
Dijon have the worst home record this term in Ligue 1 with 21 points.
Didier Deschamps has just won once in 14 previous meetings vs. Auxerre during his managerial career in Ligue 1.
The last four league encounters between these sides have all ended in draws.
Marseille have now gone 217 minutes without a goal conceded in Ligue 1.
No Ligue 1 team has picked up fewer points than Marseille in 2012 (14).
Three of Marseille’s last four league goals at their Vélodrome stadium have been scored by Loïc Rémy.
OM’s last seven league goals their Vélodrome stadium have all come before the 35th minute.
Auxerre will be relegated if they lose and the team in 17th place has more than 37 points.
Montpellier will win the Ligue 1 title if they win and PSG fail to beat Rennes.
In case of a draw, Montpellier will be crowned champions if Rennes win at the Parc des Princes stadium.
Montpellier can become the first team to register 50 points at home in a single Ligue 1 campaign, since the three-point rule was introduced in 1994.
Lille are on a run of five consecutive wins in Ligue 1.
Since returning to Ligue 1 in 2009/10, Montpellier have won all three competitive home games vs. Lille.
Lille suffered a 1-0 defeat vs. Montpellier in the reverse fixture, despite attempting 11 more shots than their opponents.
Eden Hazard and Lionel Messi are the only two players with 15+ goals and 15+ assists this season across the top five European leagues.
Olivier Giroud has scored in both of his two career appearances vs. Lille.
St Etienne are unbeaten in their last eight league encounters vs. Nancy.
Nancy have managed the fewest home wins this term in Ligue 1 (five).
Nancy are winless in the last five matchdays.
The Marcel-Picot stadium has witnessed more draws than any other Ligue 1 ground this season (nine).
No player has scored more away goals than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this season in Ligue 1 (10).
Nancy are one of two Ligue 1 sides this season who have yet to win a game after coming back from a losing position.
Nice will be safe from relegation if they win and both Dijon and Brest fail to beat their respective opponents.
In case of a draw, Nice will survive the drop if Auxerre fail to win and both Dijon and Brest lose.
Nice have failed to score in the last three matchdays.
ETG have scored in their last 14 away Ligue 1 games, setting a league record for this season.
ETG are unbeaten in their last six away league matches, managing four wins in the process.
Nice’s last three league goals have come from three different defenders.
Ligue 1 games involving Nice have seen the most penalties awarded this term (17, including nine in favour).
PSG are winless in their last 10 league encounters vs. Rennes, suffering seven defeats in the process.
The Parisians have scored just twice in their last eight league matches against Rennes.
Rennes’ nine away wins this season is their new club record in a single top flight campaign.
Nenê has netted 15 goals in 18 league appearances at the Parc des Princes stadium this season, but has never scored in 540 minutes of league football vs. Rennes.
Rennes have not beaten any of the current top three teams this season in the league (D2 L3).
Carlo Ancelotti’s PSG have yet to lose at the Parc des Princes stadium in Ligue 1 (W6 D2).
Paris Saint-Germain are the only Ligue 1 team who can boast three players to have scored 10+ goals this season (Nenê, Pastore and Gameiro).
A league-high 17 different PSG players have scored this season.