Key numbers: Nice v. Paris

The history, the stakes and the keys to the game! Check out the key numbers ahead of the rescheduled Matchday 32 game between OGC Nice and Paris Saint-Germain in Ligue 1, which kicks off at 21:00 CET on Wednesday at the Allianz Riviera.

Just one Paris player has managed to score four goals in a single game against Les Aiglons: Patrice Loko, who did so in a 5-0 win for Les Rouge et Bleu on 27th April 1997 at the Parc des Princes.
Having beaten Paris Saint-Germain 3-2 in the reverse fixture at the Parc des Princes last September, Les Aiglons could well join just two other teams in pulling off a league double over Les Parisiens since 2011: Nancy (in the 2011–2012 season) and Monaco (in the 2020–2021 season).
Paris Saint-Germain have won eight of their last ten league games away to Nice, falling to just two defeats otherwise (2-1 in 2016–2017 and 1-0 last season).
Zlatan Ibrahimović is Paris’s top scorer against Nice, having bagged 11 goals against them in competitive fixtures. This puts him ahead of Edinson Cavani, Kylian Mbappé and François M’Pelé (six goals scored each) as well as the aforementioned Patrice Loko (five goals scored).
Paris are unbeaten in their last 22 away league games (3-0 v. Marseille, 2-1 v. Brest, 2-0 v. Nice, 2-1 v. Angers, 3-1 v. Troyes, 2-1 v. Auxerre, 1-1 v. Strasbourg, 1-1 v. Toulouse, 4-1 v. Lyon, 0-0 v. Clermont, 3-1 v. Rennes, 3-2 v. Brest, 3-0 v. Reims, 2-0 v. Le Havre, 1-1 v. Lille, 2-0 v. Lens, 2-1 v. Strasbourg, 2-0 v. Nantes, 0-0 v. Monaco, 6-2 v. Montpellier, 2-0 v. Marseille and 4-1 v. Lorient). This is a record both domestically and in the capital club's history and sits ahead of their 18-game unbeaten run away from home in Ligue 1 between 2015 and 2016.
This match will be Paris Saint-Germain's 41st competitive fixture away to Nice, with Les Parisiens' record at the home of Le Gym looking fairly balanced: 16 wins, nine draws and 15 defeats.
41 players have played for both sides: Fabrice Abriel, Jean-Pierre Adams, Jérôme Alonzo, William Ayache, Dominique Baratelli, Hatem Ben Arfa, Jules Bocandé, Mathieu Bodmer, Jean-Pierre Bosser, Daniel Bravo, Marcin Bułka, José Cobos, Éric Cubilier, Mustapha Dahleb, James Debbah, Guy Delhumeau, Jean Deloffre, Kaba Diawara, Didier Digard, Franck Dja Djédjé, Jean-François Douis, Pierre Dréossi, David Hellebuyck, Jean-Noël Huck, Christophe Jallet, Sylvain Léandri, Jean-Louis Leonetti, Lionel Letizi, Danijel Ljuboja, Larrys Mabiala, Stanley Nsoki, Grégory Paisley, Fabrice Poullain, Jocelyn Rico, Daniel Sanchez, Liazid Sandjak, Marco Simone, Nambatingue Toko, Sammy Traoré, Franck Vandecasteele and Zlatko Vujović.
Paris and Nice are set to face each other for the 84th time in competitive fixtures overall, with the head-to-head record in this respect weighing slightly more heavily in Les Rouge et Bleu's favour: 35 wins, 24 draws and 24 defeats.

Angel Di Maria v Nice (4-1), 18/10/ 2019

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