AS Monaco are unbeaten in their last five Ligue 1 games against OM (3 wins, 2 draws). Marseille's last win over the Monegasques was on 13 February 2010 (2-1 at the Louis-II with a goal from Mamadou Niang and an own-goal from Nicolas N’Koulou, then a Monaco player). The Red & Whites are on a run of three consecutive wins against OM, something they had not previously achieved in L1 since the late 60s (1968-1969).
AS Monaco have not lost on their last four trips to the Stade Vélodrome in the league, and their most recent defeat in Marseille was back on 8 December 2007 (2-0, goals from Julien Rodriguez and Lorik Cana). A win or draw for AS Monaco on Sunday will see them set a new record of five successive games unbeaten at the Vélodrome.
Victory at Metz last week saw OM equal their points total from last season (60). Marseille have already scored 14 more goals than in 2013-2014.
OM have failed to win any of their last five home games in Ligue 1 (2 draws, 3 defeats), after winning the previous eleven. It represents their worst run at the Vélodrome since February-April 2012 (6 matches) and the 2nd worst current run after Nice (6 matches).
AS Monaco are unbeaten in their last eleven games in Ligue 1 (7 wins, 4 draws), currently the longest run of any club. Their last defeat came at Guingamp on 8 February (0-1). The Red & Whites have won a total of 22 games away from home since their promotion back to Ligue 1 in 2013-2014 (with 7 draws and 7 defeats). That's more than any other side.
AS Monaco have the best away record in Ligue 1 this season, picking up 35 points from 17 matches on their travels. That's four more than any other team (31 for PSG). Leonardo Jardim's men are also on a run of five successive away wins, the best in the club's history, the best current run of any side and the best run registered in the top flight since PSG in April-May 2013 (which also stretched to five games).
OM and AS Monaco boast the most prolific supersubs in Ligue 1 this season, having scored 13 goals and 10 goals respectively through players coming off the bench.
AS Monaco have scored three goals in each of their last four away games in Ligue 1 (against Evian TG, Reims, Caen and Lens), a feat not achieved in a single season in the top-flight since St-Etienne between August and October 1969 (also four games).
OM have conceded 13 goals in their last five home games in Ligue 1, as many as in the previous 20.
AS Monaco have gone 200 minutes without conceding a goal away from home in Ligue 1, the longest run currently. Reims midfielder Diego was the last player to score against AS Monaco away from the Stade Louis-II.