Olympique Lyonnais is coming on the back to two win-loss streaks against Monaco, Nice, Lens, and Stade Rennais. Due to this, they are in seventh place of the French Ligue 1 after 13 matches with 19 points. They have five wins, four draws, and four losses so far. They are on level terms with Montpellier but are behind on goal difference. They have a third-best home record as they have four wins and three draws at home. In the 13 matches that they have played, they have scored 21 goals and have conceded 21 goals as well. Lucas Paqueta is the leading goal scorer for them as the Brazilian has scored five goals so far. Tino Kadewere is out due to a suspension, while Habib Keita, Moussa Dembele, Lenny Pintor, and Jeff Reine-Adelaide are all out due to injuries.
Olympique de Marseille
Olympique de Marseille is on the back of a five-match unbeaten streak including wins against Lorient and Clermont Foot and draws against Paris, Nice, and Metz. They have just two losses in the league and are yet in the fourth position with 23 points just behind Nice on goal difference. They have six wins, five draws, and two losses in the 13 league matches. They have the third-best away record in the league as they have won three matches, drawn two, and lost just one match. They have scored a total of 20 goals and have conceded 12 goals. The French midfielder Dimitri Payet is the leading goal scorer for Olympique de Marseille as he has netted six goals so far. They have a couple of absentees as Leonardo Balerdi is out due to a suspension and Cengiz Under due to a back injury.