Everything about Paris-Ajaccio!

History, what's at stake and the keys to the match! Find out everything you need to know before the Ligue 1 matchday 35 game between Paris Saint-Germain and AC Ajaccio, this Saturday 13 May at 21:00 at the Parc des Princes.

a bit of history...

This is the 21st official match between the two teams, and the balance is in favour of the Rouge et Bleu with 8 wins, 8 draws and 4 defeats.

Paris are on an 8-game unbeaten run against AC Ajaccio (5 wins and 3 draws). The last match between the two teams at the Parc des Princes was played on 18 August 2013 in the league, with a 1-1 draw and Edinson Cavani's first goal for Paris.

At the Parc des Princes in official matches, the Parisian record is 4 wins, 4 draws and only one defeat.

It is also the 41st match for Paris Saint-Germain against Corsican clubs at the Parc des Princes in official matches (AC Ajaccio, Gazelec Ajaccio and SC Bastia) for a record of 29 wins, 10 draws and one defeat.

Kevin Gameiro is Paris Saint-Germain's top scorer against the Corsican club, with 3 goals (thanks to his hat-trick in Corsica on 16 October 2011), ahead of Edinson Cavani and Pedro Miguel Pauleta (2 goals).

8 players have played for both clubs: André Luiz, Dominique Baratelli, Kaba Diawara, Sylvain Leandri, Patrice Loko, François M'Pelé, Romain Rocchi and Bruno Rodriguez.

what's at stake...

Paris Saint-Germain are now three points clear of second-placed RC Lens.

Paris are still in the running to achieve an unprecedented feat in the French league: the Rouge et Bleu have been leaders since the first day of Ligue 1 and could become the first club to top the table throughout the entire season.

the keys to the MATCH...

The club from the capital has 78 points after 34 Ligue 1 matches this season. This is only the 10th time that a team has reached at least this total at this stage of the competition (counting 3 points for a win), a total already reached by the Parisians on 7 occasions.

Kylian Mbappé, who scored in Troyes last weekend, has scored at least one goal in the Parisian club's last four Ligue 1 matches (Lens, Angers, Lorient, Troyes). The Parisian number 7 is still in the running for a fifth consecutive top scorer title, and to equal Jean-Pierre Papin's record (from 1987 to 1992).

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