Strasbourg

form

All
OM 4 - 0 STR
L
STR 1 - 0 CLE
W
BRE 0 - 1 STR
W
STR 3 - 3 PSG
D
LIL 1 - 0 STR
L
STR 2 - 1 REN
W
TRO 1 - 1 STR
D
STR 1 - 1 OL
D
STR 1 - 0 RCL
W
FCL 0 - 0 STR
D
Olympique Lyonnais

form

All
CLE 1 - 2 OL
W
OL 3 - 2 NAN
W
MET 3 - 2 OL
L
OM 0 - 3 OL
W
OL 5 - 2 MON
W
BRE 2 - 1 OL
L
OL 6 - 1 GIR
W
OL 0 - 3 WHU
L
STR 1 - 1 OL
D
OL 3 - 2 SCO
W
Head to Head
20 Matches (3 Draws)
2 Total wins 15
1 Home wins 8
1 Away wins 7
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
2 Draw
3 Wins
STR 1 - 1 OL
OL 3 - 1 STR
OL 3 - 0 STR
STR 2 - 3 OL
OL 1 - 1 STR
5 Goals Scored 11
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 4 / 5
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Strasbourg have won only one of their last 21 encounters with Lyon in Ligue 1 (D2 L18), a 3-2 win in May 2018. RCSA have not kept a clean sheet against them however in the top-flight since September 1999 (0-0 away from home).
  2. Strasbourg have lost six games against Lyon in Ligue 1 since their return to the top-flight in 2017/18, more than against any other opponent over this period.
  3. Strasbourg have won the most points (25), tasted the fewest defeats (1) and recorded the most clean sheets (8) in Ligue 1 in 2022.
  4. Against Angers last weekend (3-2), Lyon won a Ligue 1 match despite conceding at least two goals for the first time since May 2021 (5-2 at Nimes). OL have conceded 39 goals after 30 games in the 2021/22 Ligue 1 campaign, their highest total at this stage in the top-flight since 1996/97 (44).
  5. Strasbourg are on a run of four home clean sheets in Ligue 1 (W3 D1), the joint longest ongoing streak with Lille, but have not made it five in a row in the top-flight since December 1993 (5).
  6. Lyon have lost only one of their last eight Ligue 1 away games (W3 D4), 0-2 at Monaco in February, enjoying four clean sheets in that period.
  7. Strasbourg have scored their last six goals from set-pieces (three from corners, two from indirect free-kicks, one penalty), having scored 16 of their previous 17 via open play. Their last eight goals in the top-flight have been scored by eight different players (Waris, Liénard, Gameiro, Diallo, Perrin, Bellegarde, Djiku and Ajorque).
  8. No team have seen more Brazilian players appear for them in Ligue 1 in the 21st century than Lyon (21, tied with Paris). Over the period, the only team to have fielded more players of the same nationality (excluding French) is Metz, who have handed appearances to 23 Senegalese players.
  9. Julien Stéphan has 14 wins after 30 matches as Strasbourg manager in Ligue 1, only two Racing coaches have done better at this stage in the top-flight - Fritz Kerr in 1934/35 (21) and Josef Blum in 1935/36 (18).
  10. Lyon striker Moussa Dembélé has been involved in five goals in his last four Ligue 1 games (4 goals, 1 assist). He has had the most big chances in the top-flight in 2022 (15), while no one has scored more such opportunities in L1 this year than the Frenchman (7, tied with Wissam Ben Yedder).
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