Key stats: Marseille-Paris

History, stakes and keys to the match. Check out all the key figures ahead of the Ligue 1 Round 27 headliner between Olympique de Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain at the Stade Velodrome on Sunday 31 March. Kick-off at 20:45.

The Parisian defence is on a run of four consecutive clean sheets away to Marseille in the league, with Florian Thauvin the last scorer for Marseille at the Vélodrome on 22 October 2017 (final score 2-2).
Paris Saint-Germain have gone ten league games without defeat at Marseille (7 wins, 3 draws) since losing 3-0 in Ligue 1 on 27 November 2011.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic remains Paris' top scorer against OM with a total of 11 goals. The Swedish striker is ahead of Kylian Mbappé (9 goals), Edinson Cavani (7 goals) and Pedro Miguel Pauleta (6 goals).
14th Classique for Kylian Mbappé with Paris, who has never lost to Marseille (11 wins, 2 draws) and has scored a total of 9 goals against the Mediterranean side.
16 official matches without defeat since the start of 2024 for Paris, which is level with the club record set in 1994 - which could well be broken against Marseille this weekend.
Paris have now gone 20 matches unbeaten away from home in the league (Marseille 3-0, Brest 2-1, Nice 2-0, Angers 2-1, Troyes 3-1, Auxerre 2-1, Strasbourg 1-1, Toulouse 1-1, Lyon 4-1, Clermont 0-0, Rennes 3-1, Brest 3-2, Reims 3-0, Le Havre 2-0, Lille 1-1, Lens 2-0, Strasbourg 2-1, Nantes 2-0, Monaco 0-0, Montpellier 6-2). This is a record in the club's history, beating the 18 matches without defeat from 2015 to 2016.
The Parisians have now gone 22 matches unbeaten in the league (16 wins and 6 draws). This 22-match unbeaten run is the fourth-best in the club's single-season history, behind the 27 matches in 1993-1994 and 2015-2016 and the 26 matches in 1985-1986.
Paris Saint-Germain have now gone 24 matches without defeat in all competitions (17 wins and 7 draws) since losing 1-2 to AC Milan on 7 November. It is the third-best run in a single season in the club's history, behind the 37 matches in 1993-1994, the 26 matches in 1985-1986 and the 24 matches in 2015-2016.
31st official match between Paris and Marseille since 2011, with an exceptional record of 23 wins, four draws and just three defeats.
On Sunday night, Paris Saint-Germain could claim the 50th victory in their history against Marseille in official matches.
50 players - a record for Les Rouge et Bleu - have worn the shirts of both clubs: Fabrice Abriel, Jérôme Alonzo, André Luiz Moreira, Jocelyn Angloma, William Ayache, Djamel Belmadi, Hatem Ben Arfa, Daniel Bravo, Sarr Boubacar, François Brisson, Zoumana Camara, Lorik Cana, Benoit Cauet, Edouard Cissé, Patrick Colleter, Lassana Diarra, Stéphane Dalmat, Marcel De Falco, Frédéric Déhu, Jean-Pierre Destrumelle, Kaba Diawara, Jean Djorkaeff, Jean-Pierre Dogliani, Fabrice Fiorèse, Laurent Fournier, Bruno Germain, Xavier Gravelaine, Gabriel Heinze, Thierry Laurey, Jean-Louis Leonetti, Yvon Le Roux, Jérôme Leroy, Claude Lowitz, Peter Luccin, Peguy Luyindula, Claude Makélélé, Florian Maurice, Modeste M'Bami, Fabrice Moreau, Michel N'Gom, Bruno Ngotty, Pascal Nouma, Jacki Novi, Ilija Pantelic, Bernard Pardo, Cyril Pouget, Alain Roche, Jean-Pierre Tokoto, George Weah and Daniel Xuereb.
96 goals this season for Paris - will they hit the milestone of 100 on Sunday against Marseille?
Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille go head-to-head for the 107th time in official matches, with Monaco (112 matches) and Bordeaux (110 matches) joining Lyon and Nantes (107 matches). Paris have won 49, drawn 23 and lost 34.
Paris have scored 156 goals in official matches against Marseille. Only four clubs have done worse against the Parisians: Saint-Étienne (167 goals), Lyon (166 goals), Nantes (161 goals) and Lens (159 goals).

goal of Blaise Matudi v. Marseille (3-2), 05/04/2015

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