By the end of 2015 or early 2016, OL will be settling into their new home at the Stade des Lumières. Depending on next season's calendar, Friday night's game could be AS Monaco's last appearance at the Stade Gerland.
14 wins for AS Monaco
Tonight's match will be the 52nd between the two teams at Gerland and the 49th in Ligue 1 (one game was played in L2, the other in the French League Cup -ed.). OL won the first clash in 1951 and currently has 23 wins, with 14 for AS Monaco and 14 draws.
Third time lucky?
It's a decent record for Monaco, who have come away from Lyon undefeated on 28 occasions, including on their most recent two visits when they claimed a draw in 2010-2011 and took all three points in 2013-2014 (not counting the match against Chasselay in the Coupe de France last season -ed.). Hopefully they can keep the run going...