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Opta Facts - Europeiske ligaer 27-30. april


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Opta Facts
La Liga 2011-12
Matchday 36

Real Betis - Atlético

Atlético have kept a clean sheet in their last four top-flight wins over Real Betis.
Only Barcelona have scored in as many consecutive home games in LigaBBVA as Real Betis currently (12).
Just one of Atlético’s last nine goals against Real Betis in Primera has been scored by a Spanish player (Raúl García in December 2007).
Atlético had 31 shots against Real Betis earlier this season, their most in a league match this season.
Atlético hold the record for second-most shots in a LigaBBVA match without scoring this season (31 vs Betis), after Real Madrid vs Valencia.
The four sides from Madrid are the only teams not to have picked up any points thanks to goals scored in the last five minutes of La Liga matches this season.
Gabi has committed the most fouls in the Spanish top-flight this season (80) and the third-most in Europe’s top-five leagues.
Rubén Castro has been on the scoresheet in five of the last six league matches in which Real Betis have found the net.

Levante – Granada

The only previous top-flight meeting between Granada and Levante was the Andalucians’ 2-1 home win earlier this season.
Levante are without a win in their last three league games, conceding three, two and one goals successively.
The Andalucians have only won one of their last seven league games on the road (vs Racing), and all four away wins this season have been by a single goal.
Granada are, along with Nice, the only side in Europe’s top-five leagues whose defenders (11) have scored more goals than their strikers (10) this season.
Levante have had more goals scored by African players (17) than any other side this season in LigaBBVA.
Gustavo Munúa  is the only keeper to have saved more than one penalty in La Liga this season (2).
Udine’s side are, along with Real Betis, the only side to have won every away game (3) in which they have scored the first goal this season.
Levante are, along with Sporting, the only side in La Liga this season for whom every red card has been for two yellows (4).

Real Zaragoza – Athletic Bilbao

Real Zaragoza have only won one of their last five league meetings with Athletic (D1 L3).
At home, the maños have four of their last five league meetings with Athletic (L1), all of them by a single goal.
Manolo Jiménez’s men have only lost one of their last five league matches at home in La Liga (W2 D2), scoring exactly once in the last four.
Bielsa’s men are unbeaten in four consecutive league games for the first time in 2012 (W3 D1).
Against Racing, Athletic ended a run of six league games without a win on the road (D2 L4), their longest such run this season.
Against Racing, the leones kept a clean sheet for the first time in eight league games away from home.
Zaragoza have won eight of their last nine top-flight matches at home to Basque sides, only losing to Athletic in December 2009.
Real Zaragoza have scored a higher proportion of their goals in the last 15 minutes of games than any other side in La Liga this season (41%).
The maños’ last six league goals at home have all been scored by different players Dujmovic, Aranda, Apoño, Postiga, Abraham and Luis García.
Fernando Llorente has scored twice as many headed goals (10) as any other player in La Liga this season, and more than any player in the competition since 1998/99.

Villarreal – Osasuna

Villarreal have only won one of their last nine top-flight encounters with the rojillos (D4 L4).
At El Madrigal, the Yellow Submarine have only won one of their last five at home to Osasuna in La Liga (D2 L2).
Just one of the 23 top-flight meetings between these sides has ended goalless (March 2008).
Osasuna have lost two consecutive league games on the road for the first time this season.
Osasuna have scored a higher % of their goals in the first half than any other side in La Liga this season (58%).
Lotina’s men have dropped the most points owing to goals conceded in the last 15 minutes of league games this season (13).
Villarreal have drawn the most home games in LigaBBVA this season (9).
Villarreal have won none of the six league games in which Marcos Senna has not featured this season (L4 D2).
Osasuna’s last eight league goals on the road have been scored by different players: Nino, Raúl García, Roversio, Cejudo, Lekic, Ibra, Nekouman and Lamah.

Real Sociedad – Racing Santander

Real Sociedad have lost only two of their last 12 matches at home to Racing at Anoeta in Primera (W8 D2).
Racing have failed to score on their last three La Liga visits to Real Sociedad: they have never failed to score there four times in a row.
Racing are on a run of 16 league games without a win (D6 L10), their worst streak ever in the Spanish top-flight.
Always assuming three points for a win, Racing have five fewer points after 34 games this season than they have ever had at this stage before in the top-flight (26).
Real Sociedad have drawn their last four league games, the only side to have done this in LigaBBVA this season.
Philippe Montanier’s side have scored in their last seven league games, their best run of the campaign.
Only Athletic (39%) have scored a higher proportion of their goals from headers than Racing (38%) in La Liga this season. Real Sociedad have conceded the fewest headed goals this season though (4).
Álvaro Cervera is yet to win in nine league games in charge of Racing.
The txuri-urdin are yet to win after conceding the first goal at home in La Liga this season (D2 L3).
Real Sociedad have conceded the most goals in the first 15 minutes of LigaBBVA matches this season (10), and the joint-most in the first 15 minutes of the second half (12).
Stuani has an identical league record with Racing this season as he did with Levante last season: 30 games played, 8 goals scored (4 at home, 4 away).

Real Madrid – Sevilla

Sevilla have only taken points on three of their last 23 visits to the Bernabéu (W2 D1 L20).
The last two league meetings between the sides ended with the same result: a 6-2 win for Real Madrid.
Sevilla are without a win in their last nine visits to play sides from Madrid in the league (D2 L7), despite taking the league in five of them. Their last win in the capital was at Real Madrid (4-3 in 2008-09).
Since 2003 there have been only three occasions of a side scoring with every shot in a match: two of them were by Sevilla and one of them in the Bernabéu (March 2010).
José Mourinho’s side are unbeaten in 19 league games (W16 D3), the club record is 31 between 87/88 and 88/89.
Sevilla have won only one of their last four league matches (D1 L2). Their last away match saw them suffer their joint-heaviest defeat this season (1-5 at Getafe) along with the 2-6 defeat vs Real Madrid.
A win for Real Madrid in this match and defeat for Barcelona would see them crowned winners of La Liga.
Should Real Madrid win their last four games of the season, they would set a new record for most points in a single La Liga campaign (100, beating Barça’s 99 from 09/10).
Álvaro Negredo has scored six goals in Sevilla’s last six league matches.
Khedira and Ronaldo’s goals against Barcelona set a new record for most goals scored by a single team in a La Liga season (109).
Only Real Madrid and Barcelona have had more shots than Sevilla in the league this season, while only two sides have a lower goals-to-shots ratio.
Mesut Özil has made the most assists in La Liga this season (16), while Jesús Navas has made the most for any player outside of Real Madrid and Barcelona (9).
There have been 88 goals scored in league games between these sides over the last 10 seasons, more than between any other two sides in La Liga (Atlético-Barcelona 77).

Málaga – Valencia

Málaga have only beaten Valencia once in the league (May 2001) since they reformed (D6 L14).
The boquoneros have scored just one goal in their last five league games at home to Valencia combined.
Málaga have lost their last five against Los Che in the league and are without a win in 17 (D4).
Failure to win today would put Málaga on their second-longest run of games without a win in the league this season (four games, they went six between December and January).
Valencia’s last three league games have seen the winning side bag four goals.
Just one of Valencia’s last 15 league goals against Málaga has been scored by a foreigner (Banega).
Santi Cazorla has scored the most goals from outside the box in La Liga this season (8).
Valencia have benefitted from the joint-most opposition own goals in LigaBBVA this season (4).
Málaga have received the most fouls in the league this season.
Roberto Soldado’s last match at La Rosaleda saw him bag a hat-trick in Spain’s friendly win over Venezuela.
Manuel Pellegrini has only lost one of his six league matches as a manager at home to Valencia in the league (W5).

Rayo Vallecano – Barcelona

Rayo have won three of their 12 league matches at home to Barcelona (D6 L3), with all wins being by a single goal.
The franjirrojos have drawn more matches at home to Barcelona in Primera than they have against any other side (6).
Barcelona have only won three of their last nine league clashes with Rayo (D3 L3).
The azulgranas are without a win in their last four league visits to Rayo and have lost their last two (1-2 in 01/02 and 0-1 in 02/03).
Rayo have lost six of their last seven league games (10 goals scored, 17 conceded), though their win was also their biggest-ever in the top-flight (6-0 vs Osasuna).
Barcelona have not lost two consecutive league matches since May 2009 (vs Mallorca and Osasuna).
32 league goals away from home is so far Barcelona’s lowest tally for a full season under Guardiola (49 in 10/11, 41 in 09/10 and 44 in 08/09).
Messi has scored in his last six league away games (nine goals in total), a goal in his next match would see him equal Eto’o’s run in 07/08.
Roberto Soldado is the only Spanish player to have scored more league goals at home this season than Michu (10).
Barcelona only have a lower win % away at Real Madrid (20.7%) than they do at Rayo Vallecano (25%, min. five games played).

Getafe – Mallorca

Getafe have won three of their last four league meetings with Mallorca (L1).
The azulones have won their last three at home to Mallorca in the league, but have never won four in a row at home to the same side in the top-flight.
Mallorca have won seven league games against Getafe in the last eight seasons. They have only one more over the same period against Zaragoza (eight).
Getafe’s last two league games at home to Mallorca have ended 3-0, the previous one was 4-1.
Luis García’s side have won four consecutive league games at home (11 goals scored only two conceded). Getafe have never won five in a row on home turf in Primera.
Caparrós’ side have won two of their last four away games in the league.
Diego Castro’s goals (seven) have won his side more points (eight) than any other player who is not his side’s top scorer (Higuaín and Agirretxe also eight).
Only Susaeta, Cejudo and Toquero have set up as many headed goals (five) as Diego Castro in LigaBBVA this season.

Espanyol – Sporting de Gijón

Espanyol have won just four of their last 17 top-flight meetings with Sporting (D6 L7).
The blanquiazules have only won one of their last eight league matches at home to Sporting (D4 L3).
The Asturians’ last four league wins over Espanyol have been by the same scoreline: 1-0.
Sporting have beaten Espanyol 26 times in Primera, they only have more wins against Sevilla (27).
Pochettino’s men have won just one of their last seven in the league (D3 L3), only Rayo (3) and Racing (2) have picked up fewer points in this period.
The sporinguistas are on a run of 10 league games without a win away from El Molinón in La Liga (D2 L8), the last time they as long in a single season was in 1998 (21 games).
Only Villarreal (13) have dropped more points due to goals conceded in the last 15 minutes of league games this season than Sporting (8).
Espanyol have won eight of the nine league matches in which they have opened the scoring at home in the league this season.


Germany

Bundesliga

Hamburger SV - 1. FSV Mainz 05
HSV have lost their last two league meetings with Mainz and have only won one of their last seven against Thomas Tuchel’s men (D4, L2).
Hamburg will end the season with fewer points won at home than ever before in the Bundesliga. Their previous nadir was 21 points, the maximum they can register this term is 18.
The Redshorts would secure their top-flight status if they beat Mainz.
Mainz have dropped a league-high 28 points from winning positions this term. Last season FSV were unbeaten in games in which they held the lead and dropped only two points from winning positions.
Mainz have kept back-to-back clean sheets; a feat they last achieved one year ago. FSV have never kept four consecutive clean sheets in the Bundesliga, though.
Mainz have won only one of their last 15 BL games on the road (D8, L6).
Hamburg have conceded a league-high 26 goals from set-pieces.
Only once in their long BL history have Hamburg had as few points after 32 games of a BL season as they have this term. In 1991/92, they had accrued the same number of points, but had a better goal difference than they have this campaign (-21).
Hamburg-born Eric Maxim Chuopo-Moting has netted 10 times in 32 BL appearances for Mainz. The striker plied his trade with Hamburg between 2004 and 2011, but only scored two goals in 23 league appearances for the Redshorts.
HSV forward Jose Paolo Guerrero will be eligible again in the game against Mainz after his eight-match ban ended this Monday.

FC Bayern München – VfB Stuttgart
In their 44 BL home games against Stuttgart, Bayern have scored 99 and conceded 49 goals.
FCB have only lost one of their last 11 matches against the Swabians in all competitions (W8, D2) and have won their last five against VfB.
The Munich-based side have lost none of their last 13 competitive matches at Allianz Arena (W12, D1), a feat they last achieved four years ago when they went unbeaten for 18 games on home soil.
The Swabians are without defeat in 10 BL games (W7, D3).
This match will see the team with joint-best defensive record in 2012 (Bayern, 11 goals conceded) take on the side with the most goals scored since the turn of the year (Stuttgart, 37).
Only champions-elect Dortmund (41) have picked up more points since the turn of the year than Bayern (30) and Stuttgart (28).
Bayern have netted a joint league-high 71 and shipped a league-low 21 goals, while Stuttgart have conceded exactly twice as many goals as the record champions (42).
Gomez, Lahm and Badstuber have all had stints with Stuttgart in the past, while Celozzi and Niedermeier came through the Bayern youth ranks.
Mario Gomez has netted 63 goals in 92 BL appearances for Bayern. He scored the exact same number of goals during his time at Stuttgart, but needed 121 BL games to get there.
Martin Harnik has scored the most goals in the Bundesliga in 2012 (11), while his teammate Vedad Ibisevic had a hand in more goals than any other BL player since the turn of the year (14, eight goals, six assists).

SC Freiburg – 1. FC Köln
Freiburg have lost none of their last five BL home games against Köln (W2, D3) and have kept clean sheets in four of these five matches.
Köln have won the last two meetings with SCF, though (1-0 H, 4-0 H), with FC striker Lukas Podolski netting three goals in the process.
Thanks to their great record since the turn of the year - 24 points from 15 games, only four teams have won more points during this period – Freiburg have already secured their top-flight status with two games remaining. After the first half of the season they had only accrued 13 points and were bottom of the league.
Since the turn of the year Freiburg (24) have registered the same number of points as the current bottom-three combined (Hertha (8), Lautern (7), Köln (9)).
Freiburg are unbeaten in nine league games (W5, D4). If SCF get something from their game against Köln, they would equal their club record for the most top-flight games without defeat in a row set in 2000/01.
Köln are without a full three-point haul in seven BL games (D2, L5), the last time they went longer without a win was between September 2005 and February 2006 (18 games).
Since the turn of the year Köln have only enjoyed two wins, both of which came against the only two sides that are currently behind the Billygoats in the BL table (Hertha and Lautern).
Freiburg have lost none of their seven BL home games since Christian Streich took charge of the team (W3, D4), only once have SCF gone longer without a home defeat in the Bundesliga (1994/95, nine games).
Christian Streich’s men have only conceded five goals in their last nine league games – fewer than any other side during that period. Only Bayern and Dortmund have posted as many clean sheets as Freiburg since the turn of the year (seven).
SCF striker Sebastian Freis joined Freiburg from Köln during the winter break. So far he is the only Freiburg striker who managed get his name on the score sheet in 2012 (two goals). 

1899 Hoffenheim – 1. FC Nürnberg
Nürnberg have won none of their previous five BL encounters with Hoffenheim (D2, L3).
On average, Nürnberg have only won 0.4 points per game agaimst Hoffenheim in the top flight, their worst points-per-game average against any team in the Bundesliga.
With two games to go Hoffenheim are four points behind the Europa-League places and will probably miss out on international football next season.
The 1-1 draw against Hamburg last weekend was enough for Nürnberg to rid themselves of all relegations fears. With a win at Hoffenheim they could even leapfrog 1899 in the BL table.
Markus Babbel’s side have only enjoyed one win in their last 11 BL games on home soil (D8, L2) when they beat Hamburg 4-0.
FCN are unbeaten in four games (W2, D2), the last time Nürnberg went that long without defeat was between February and March.
Hoffenheim have failed to find the back of the opponents‘ net in their last two league games. If they fail to score against Nürnberg they would equal the negative club record for the most consecutive games without scoring.
Only Nürnberg have won fewer points from losing positions (three) than Hoffenheim (four).
In-form FCN midfielder Daniel Didavi had a hand in nine of Nürnberg’s last 11 league goals (seven goals, two assists).
Former Liverpool player Ryan Babel hasn’t scored since Hoffenheim’s 3-1 over Wolfsburg in September and is now without a goal in 1883 minutes in the Bundesliga.


1. FC Kaiserslautern – Borussia Dortmund
Thanks to their 2-0 win over Gladbach last weekend Dortmund have ensured that they will be crowned champions for the eighth time in the club’s history and have now over taken their arch-rivals Schalke in that respect (seven titles). Only Bayern (22) and Nürnberg (9) have won the league more often than Dortmund.
Despite their 2-1 win at Berlin – their first full three-point haul after 21 winless games – Kaiserslautern are now sure to be relegated from the Bundesliga for the third time come the end of the season.
Borussia have lost none of their last six league encounters with Lautern (W3, D3) with the last two meetings ending in 1-1 draws.
With two games two go, Dortmund have now accrued 75 points, the only team that has ever won as many points at that point of a BL season as Dortmund have this term were Bayern back in 1972/73 (adjusted to the three-points rule). If Borussia win their last two games they would become the first team to break the 80-points mark in a single BL season.
BVB are unbeaten in 26 league games (W21, D5), the longest run ever managed by any team inside a single BL season.
With a win at Lautern Dortmund would also register the best-ever away record posted by a team in a single BL season. If Jürgen Klopp’s men beat the Red Devils they would have picked up 37 points away from home, the same number Bremen won in 2003/04, but would boast a superior goal difference compared to Werder eight years ago.
FCK have gone 11 home games without a win (D4, L7), currently the longest run of its kind in the Bundesliga and the longest run in the club’s top-flight history.
With a win at Betzenberg, Dortmund could with one game to go equal the BL record for the best second half of the season set by Bayern in 1971/72 (44 points, adjusted to the three-points rule).
After 32 games Lautern have only netted 21 goals, only one team in BL history had scored fewer goals at that point of the season – Tasmania Berlin in 1965/66.
BVB goal-keeper Roman Weidenfeller began his BL career with Kaiserslautern where he was under contract between 1996 and 2002 (six BL appearances).

Bayer 04 Leverkusen – Hannover 96
Leverkusen are unbeaten in five BL games against Hannover and have only lost one of their last nine league encounters with the Reds (W5, D3).
Bayer have kept seven clean sheets in their last nine BL duels with Hannover.
The last time Hannover scored a goal in Leverkusen was back in February 2007, since then the Reds have gone 443 minutes without finding the back of the net at BayArena.
Bayer need one more point from their remaining two games to qualify for next season’s Europa League, while Hannover need four points to be guaranteed European football next term.
Leverkusen have lost none of their four games under their new managerial duo Sascha Lewandowski/Sami Hyypiä (W2, D2).
Hannover have lost their last five BL away games on the spin, scoring two and conceding 12 goals in the process.
With 11 points won on the road Hannover are second-to-bottom in the BL away table with only relegation battlers Köln behind them on goal difference.
Eight of Bayer’s last 10 league goals came after the half-time break.
Bayer winger Andre Schürrle has netted three goals in his last four appearances. The 21-year-old has netted in two consecutive BL games for the first time since the last two days of last season.
Stefan Kießling has scored in six of Bayer’s last seven fixtures at BayArena and netted nine of his 12 goals (75%) this term on home soil. 

Borussia Mönchengladbach – FC Augsburg
Augsburg only need one win from their remaining two games to ensure that they retain their top-flight status.
Gladbach need one more point to make sure that they finish in the top four. The last time the Foals played in Europe was 16 years ago when they managed to beat Arsenal in the First Round of the UEFA Cup.
Borussia have only lost one of their last 19 BL home games (W12, D6).
The Foals have only conceded 11 goals in those 19 league games at Borussia Park, equalling an average of only 0.58 goals conceded per game.
Augsburg have only lost two of their last 10 BL games (W4, D4).
FCA have already won four points more in 2012 (19) than in the entire first half of the season (15).
Gladbach are set to play their 750th home game in the top flight (W395, D209, L145).
Current FCA gaffer Jos Luhukay has led both clubs to promotion to the Bundesliga (Augsburg 2010/11, Gladbach 2007/08).
Both sides have met three times in all competitions with Jos Luhukay being the manager of the winning side on all three occasions.
Both sides will miss one player due to a yellow-card suspension. Gladbach will have to make do without Martins Stranzl, while Augsburg will be without Hajime Hosogai. 

FC Schalke 04 – Hertha BSC
Schalke have won seven of their last eight league meetings with Hertha (D1) and have kept clean sheets in their last five BL games against the Berlin-based side at Veltins-Arena.
Hertha’s last win over the Miners came in September 2006 (2-0 H). Their last victory at Schalke dates back to November 2004 (3-1).
Schalke have gone three games without a win for the first time this season (D1, L2).
Hertha have lost none of their last three BL games on the road (W1, D2), but have only enjoyed two wins in their last 21 league away games (D6, L13).
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (25 goals) currently holds the joint lead in the BL scorer charts together with Bayern’s Mario Gomez and could become the first player of the Gelsenkirchen-based side to win the BL top-scorer canon since Ebbe Sand in 2000/01.
Hertha manager Otto Rehhagel has taken 19 out of the possible 21 points from his last seven league games against Schalke and has won five of his six BL meetings with his counterpart Huub Stevens (D1).
Schalke gaffer Stevens managed Hertha between summer 2002 and December 2003. His last game in charge of the Old Lady was a 3-1 defeat against his current club Schalke.
Hertha striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga came through Schalke’s youth ranks (1999-2006).
The Berlin-based side will miss left-back Levan Kobiashvili and holding midfielder Peter Niemeyer due to suspension.
Hertha have conceded a league-high eight red cards this term.

VfL Wolfsburg – SV Werder Bremen
The Wolves have netted 43 goals in their so far 29 BL games against Werder, only against Hamburg have VfL scored more goals in the top flight (50).
Only against Bayern (63) and Dortmund (58) have Wolfsburg conceded more goals in the German top flight than against Werder (57), though
Werder have lost only one of their last eight BL outings at Wolfsburg (W4, D3).
The Wolves have already shipped 27 goals against Werder at home in the Bundesliga, more than they allowed any other side on home soil in the top flight.
The Wolves have also suffered their heaviest-ever BL home defeat against Werder when they were on the wrong end of a 7-2 thrashing in September 1999.
Wolfsburg have gone four games without a win for the first time this season (D1, L3).
Werder have won none of their last seven league games (D3, L4). The last time Bremen had to wait longer for a full three-point haul was back in 1995/96 (12 games).
Only Schalke (16) have netted more headed goals than Wolfsburg (12) this term, while Werder have conceded a joint league-high 13 goals from headers.
Patrick Helmes is the player with the best goals-per-game average in the Bundesliga in 2012 (0.88), beating the averages of the two top scorers since the turn of the year, Martin Harnik (0.73) and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (0.71), by more than one tenth.
Claudio Pizarro has netted 12 goals against Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga, more than any other player netted against the Wolves in the German top flight.

 

France

Opta Facts Ligue 1
Matchday 34
27-29 April 2012

Toulouse – Montpellier

Toulouse currently post a 12% win ratio against Montpellier in Ligue 1, their lowest percentage against any opposition faced in more than one season.
Montpellier have won 1-0 in their last two league trips to Toulouse, with Souleymane Camara scoring the winning goal in both games.
Montpellier are one of two teams who have yet to draw 0-0 this season in L1.
Toulouse have kept a league-high 17 clean sheets this term.
Montpellier have scored in 91% of their games in L1 this season (30/33).
Montpellier have opened the scoring 23 times in L1 this season (70% of their games), more than any other side.
TFC have only conceded three goals in their last 13 home games in L1.


Lorient – Marseille
Marseille are unbeaten in their last six league encounters against Lorient, winning four and drawing two.
Marseille are winless in 12 games in a single Ligue 1 campaign for the first time since 1962/63.
Lorient and Marseille have both always scored in each of their seven previous meetings at Le Moustoir stadium in Ligue 1.
Marseille have scored the most goals against Lorient at Le Moustoir stadium in Ligue 1: 14.
In seven of the last eight encounters between Lorient and Marseille in L1, the team who scored first has failed to win.
OM have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last 13 league games, only Lorient are currently on a longer run without a shutout.
Loïc Rémy has scored six goals in eight appearances against Lorient in L1.


Auxerre – Brest 
Brest have only won one of their last 29 away games in L1 (1-0 at Auxerre’s Abbé-Deschamps, on May 21st 2011).
Auxerre have suffered 15 defeats in L1 this season, their second-worst tally in a single campaign.
Brest are unbeaten in Auxerre since their return to the top-flight last season (two wins, one draw).
Brest have scored in each of their seven league games against Auxerre.
Brest have scored eight goals in the first 15 minutes, which is best tally in L1 this season alongside Bordeaux.
Brest have lost their last three away league matches, all by the same score line (2-1).
Auxerre have lost all three league matches without Dennis Oliech this season in L1.


Nancy – Caen 
Nancy are unbeaten in their last eight league games (five wins, three draws), which is the best current run. It’s also Nancy’s longest unbeaten sequence in the top flight since 1976/77.
Nancy are unbeaten in their last eight games against Caen in L1, winning five and drawing three.
Nancy have won their last four encounters against Caen in L1
Caen have won one of their last nine L1 games, drawing four and losing four.
Caen have only kept one clean sheet away from home in L1 this season.
Caen have failed to score in seven of their last nine away games in L1.
No team has won fewer home games than Nancy this term in L1 (five).


Rennes – Ajaccio 
Rennes are on a run of three consecutive wins in Ligue 1, currently the longest run.
50% of Rennes’ home games this season in Ligue 1 have ended 1-1.
Only Toulouse have kept a clean sheet against Rennes at Stade de la Route de Lorient in L1 this season.
Ajaccio have failed to win away this season against teams currently ranked in the upper half.
Ajaccio have drawn five of their last six league games, losing one.
Julien Féret has been directly involved in six of Rennes’ last nine goals in all competitions (three goals and three assists).
Féret has scored seven goals in L1 this season, his best tally in a single top flight campaign.


St Etienne – Dijon 
St Etienne’s 15 victories this term is their best tally in the top-flight since 2007/08 (16 wins).
Only four of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s 19 career L1 goals have been scored in home matches.
St Etienne have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last eight league games.
Dijon are on a run of three consecutive defeats; overall they have lost the most games in L1 this season (17).
Dijon have failed to score in their last three league games, which is the worst current run.
None of the last ten league games at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard have ended as a draw (six wins and four defeats for Saint-Etienne).
A league-high four St Etienne goals this season have been scored by opposition players.


Sochaux – Bordeaux 
Sochaux have won just one of their last 10 league encounters against Bordeaux.
Sochaux are on a run of three consecutive home wins in Ligue 1.
The last time Sochaux conceded as many goals after 33 league games, they were relegated (1994/95).
Bordeaux have won just one of their last six league games.
Three of Jussie’s five Ligue 1 goals this season have come before the eighth minute, including two goals in the first minute of play.
Modibo Maiga has become the first player this season in Ligue 1 to score in five consecutive appearances.
Bordeaux are the first team this season in Ligue 1 to win penalty in four consecutive games.
Sochaux have scored in all of their seven league games under Eric Hély’s management and have yet to draw since his arrival (four wins and three defeats).


Valenciennes – Nice 
Valenciennes have suffered five defeats in their last seven league outings.
Nice’s last 11 goals against Valenciennes in Ligue 1 have all come after the half-time break.
A league-high 15 Nice goals have been scored by defenders.
Nice are the only Ligue 1 side this season where defenders have scored more goals (15) than strikers (10).
There have been 28 goals scored in Nice’s last eight away league games.
Nice have not kept a clean sheet away from home in Ligue 1 since May 2011.
All seven Fabian Monzon goals in Ligue 1 this term have been penalties.


Lille – Paris SG
PSG are winless in their last 11 trips to Lille in Ligue 1, scoring just twice in the process.
Overall, the Parisians can only boast three wins in 34 trips to Lille in the top flight.
The last three league meetings between these sides have all ended as draws.
Lille have won more games and scored more goals than any other side in Ligue 1 since the appointment of their manager Rudi Garcia in 2008.
PSG are unbeaten in three previous league encounters this season against current top-three teams.
Lille are winless in two previous league encounters this season against current top-three teams.
PSG have now gone 10 consecutive league fixtures without keeping a single clean sheet.
Lille’s Stadium Nord has witnessed more goals than any other Ligue 1 venue this season (60).
Eden Hazard has scored at least once in all of his last eight league appearances at Lille’s Stadium Nord.
However Hazard has never scored in eight previous league appearances against PSG.
Nenê has never scored in seven previous league appearances against Lille.


Italy

WEEK 35

Atalanta – Fiorentina 

Fiorentina lead by 40 wins to 25 against Atalanta in Serie A, with 32 draws.
Only against Lazio (29) have Atalanta won more games than against Fiorentina in the top-flight.
Atalanta have got the better of Fiorentina only once in their last 10 meetings against the Viola (2-1 in Bergamo in 2009/10).
The Tuscans have scored on each of their last nine Serie A meetings against Atalanta (on average two goals per game).
However, Atalanta have lost just once in their last nine home meetings against Fiorentina, winning four of these.
Four of the last eight meetings between these two sides have ended 2-2.
Stevan Jovetic has scored two goals in his last four Serie A appearances against Atalanta, including his first goal in this competition in April 2009.
Atalanta have a record of three wins and three losses from their last six Serie A games.
At home, Stefano Colantuono’s side have won four of their last six games, losing once.
Fiorentina are unbeaten in four games – away wins against AC Milan and Roma and home goalless draws against Palermo and Inter.
The Viola have taken seven of the last nine points available away from home.

Bologna – Genoa 

These two sides have met 75 times in Serie A: Bologna are on target for their 30th win, while Genoa have got the better 19 times against the Felsinei so far.
Genoa are unbeaten in their last three games against Bologna (two wins and a draw).
There has only been one draw in the last five meetings at the Dall’Ara between these two sides in the league.
Bologna are one of the two Italians sides against which Giuseppe Sculli has scored the most goals in Serie A (five), the other is AC Milan.
Marco Di Vaio has already scored five goals against Genoa, four of which have come in his last six appearances against the Grifoni for Bologna.
Bologna are unbeaten in their last four Serie A games, in light of three draws and a win.
On Wednesday against Siena, Alessandro Diamanti converted the only shot on target attempted by his side in the whole game.
Bologna have found the net in each of their last seven games played at the Dall’Ara.
Genoa are winless in their last 13 league games, and have picked up only two points from their last 10 away fixtures.

Cagliari – Chievo 

Cagliari have won just three and lost five of their 13 previous meetings against Chievo in Serie A.
Chievo have got the better in three of their last four meetings against the Sardinians.
Chievo have never scored more than two goals against Cagliari in the top-flight.
Against Chievo, Nenê scored one of his two braces in Serie A, back in February 2011.
On that occasion the Rossoblu scored four goals, one less than the total of goals they had scored in the previous seven meetings against Chievo.
Cyril Théréau has scored a goal in each of Chievo’s last two league games against Cagliari, his favourite target in Serie A so far.
Beating Catania on Tuesday, Cagliari ended a run of three winless games in this competition.
At home, the Sardinians are unbeaten in four games (three wins and a draw), and have scored in each of their last seven fixtures (17 goals in the process).
Chievo have failed to score in their last three games, from which they have picked up just one point.
After a run of two wins and two draws away from home, Chievo lost their last game on the road against Atalanta.

Inter – Cesena 

Cesena have won only once against Inter in Serie A, in 1974/75 1-0 at the San Siro.
Overall, Inter have beaten Cesena 15 times, drawing seven in this competition.
Inter are on a run of five consecutive wins against Cesena in Serie A.
Cesena last managed to keep a clean sheet against Inter in 1981 – since then they have conceded in 15 games in a row against the Nerazzurri (a total of 35 goals).
Giampaolo Pazzini has netted three goals in three Serie A appearances against Cesena, two of which for Inter.
Against Cesena, Andrea Ranocchia scored his first and so far only goal for Inter in Serie A.
Adrian Mutu has scored just two goals against Inter in the league, only against Udinese and Lecce he has bagged fewer amongst the current Serie A teams.
Inter have picked up 11 points from the five games played under Andrea Stramaccioni, scoring 12 goals and conceding eight.
The Nerazzurri are unbeaten in their last four home games (two draws, followed by two wins).
Losing to Juventus on Wednesday, Cesena were relegated to Serie B: they are winless in the last 16 Serie A fixtures, currently the longest run in this campaign.
Cesena have scored just one goal in their last five games on the road.
Diego Milito has been involved in eight of Inter’s last 12 goals under Stramaccioni (six scored and two assisted).

Lecce – Parma 

Parma lead by 10 wins to two against Lecce in Serie A, with nine draws.
However, Lecce are unbeaten in their last three games against the Ducali (two draws and a win).
Lecce have won only once at home against Parma, in the first meeting at the Via del Mare between these two sides.
The ensuing eight games at Lecce’s ground have alternated between a draw and an away win.
Lecce’s last four goals against Parma have been scored all in the second half.
Two of these goals were netted by David Di Michele, who has scored eight overall against Parma, more than against any other Italian opponent.
Against his former team Parma, Valeri Bojinov netted one of his five Serie A braces, back in February 2006.
In the reverse fixture, Sergio Floccari scored his first of his seven total goals for Parma in Serie A.
Losing to Napoli on Wednesday, Lecce ended a six-game unbeaten run in the league (two wins and four draws).
That was Lecce’s first home defeat after eight unbeaten games at their ground.
Parma have won three games in a row, conceding just one goal in the process.

Novara – Juventus

Novara have won just two of their 25 previous meetings against Juventus in Serie A, the Old Lady have had the better 14 times so far.
However, Novara have managed to draw three times in their last five meetings against Juve, losing the other two.
The last two meetings in Novara, back in the Fifties, saw the hosts hold Juve to a draw.
Novara got back to winning ways on Wednesday against Lazio, after five games without a win.
At home, Novara are unbeaten in six league games (two wins and four draws), and have conceded just two goals in the process.
Juve are on a run of seven consecutive wins in the league, and have conceded just one goal in the last eight.
Over their last 10 games on the road, Antonio Conte’s side have conceded just two goals.
Novara remain the only Serie A side yet to score in the opening 15 minutes of play this season.
They have also conceded 18 goals in the last 30 minutes of play, as many as Juve have shipped in the whole campaign.
Against Lazio on Wednesday, Giuseppe Mascara scored his fourth goal of the season, all in the last 30 minutes of play, three of which have come as a sub.

Palermo – Catania 

This will be the 16th Sicilian derby in Serie A: Catania lead by six wins to four.
Palermo have had the better just once in their last seven meetings against Catania, losing five times.
Over these last seven derbies, Catania have always scored against the Rosanero, and have kept a clean sheet five times.
In Palermo, Catania have won just once – 4-0 in March 2009, with the hosts having the better three times.
Fabrizio Miccoli has scored just once in the Sicilian derby, in April 2008 (the winner in a 1-0 to Palermo).
Palermo are winless in the last four match-days (two draws and as many losses, including that against Parma on Sunday).
The Rosanero have taken just one of the last 15 points available at home.
Catania have won just one of their last six league games, losing three times in the process.
Vincenzo Montella’s side have lost the last two away games, conceding three goals on both occasions.
Palermo have already scored 14 headed goals in this campaign – more than any other side.

Roma – Napoli 

This will be the 130th meeting between these two sides in Serie A: the Giallorossi lead by 45 wins to 37.
Only against Torino (50 times) have Napoli shared more draws than against Roma in Serie A (47).
Roma won the reverse fixture at the San Paolo; previously, they had not beaten the Partenopei for three meetings.
Napoli have won just one of their last nine games at the Olimpico against Roma, with the hosts having the better five times.
Marek Hamsik has already scored five goals in Serie A against Roma – his favourite target with Juventus and Palermo.
Together, Hamsik and Cavani have scored five of Napoli’s last six goals against Roma in the league.
Roma have conceded goals in each of their last six games (15 in total).
Luis Enrique’s side have not shared the points in their last 12 fixtures (five wins and seven losses).
However, at home the Giallorossi have won five of their last seven games, losing the other two.
After three consecutive defeats, Napoli have recorded back-to-back wins against Novara and Lecce (both by 2-0).
Roma have already picked up 10 red cards – a league-joint most, including that shown to Osvaldo against Fiorentina on Sunday.
Napoli have conceded the fewest fouls in this competition (411).

Siena – AC Milan 

AC Milan have won 12 of their 15 previous meetings against Siena in Serie A, losing just once in April 2005.
The Rossoneri have won their last six games against Siena.
Milan have failed to score just once against Siena, 0-0 in October 2006, while the Tuscans have failed to score only once at home against the Rossoneri.
Siena are the team against which Zlatan Ibrahimovic has recorded the most wins in Serie A (10 out of 10); he has already scored four goals against the Tuscans.
Alexandre Pato will miss out through injury – he had scored a brace in each of his two previous games played at Siena’s ground.
Siena have lost just once in the last six match-days, winning three times.
AC Milan have scored in each of their last 12 league games, however they have found the net just once in each of their last five fixtures.
The Rossoneri have won five of their last six games on the road, drawing the other.
AC Milan have collected the most points away from home (36), three more than Juventus.
Mattia Destro is the player with the most fouls conceded in this campaign (80).

Udinese – Lazio 

This will be the 66th Serie A meeting between these two sides: Lazio lead by 26 wins to 21, with 18 draws.
Only against Atalanta (22), have Udinese won more games than against Lazio in Serie A.
Lazio are the Italian team against which Udinese have scored the most goals in the top-flight (93).
Udinese have scored in each of their last 10 meetings against Lazio in the league.
However, the Friulani have beaten Lazio just once in their last five meetings in this competition.
Three of the last four meetings at the Friuli have ended as draws, with the hosts winning the other 2-1.
Only against Roma (11) has Antonio Di Natale scored more goals than he has done against Lazio (10) so far in Serie A.
Udinese have won just one of their last nine league fixtures, while Lazio are winless in their last three games.
The Biancocelesti have lost six of their last seven games on the road, including the last four.
Over these last seven away games, Lazio have failed to keep a single clean sheet (17 goals conceded in total).
Pablo Armero has already made 10 assists – only Miccoli (12) and Pirlo (11) have delivered more in this campaign.

 


 

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