Match facts: Bordeaux v Lyon

UEFA.com delves into all the latest facts and figures ahead of each UEFA Champions League match, with competition milestones, up-to-date injury news and a host of eye-catching runs and records.

Bordeaux

UEFA milestones
• Matchday 9 is Bordeaux's 50th game in the European Champion Clubs' Cup.

UEFA Champions League statistics
• Bordeaux had gone 509 minutes without conceding, keeping four successive clean sheets, before Kostas Mitroglou's goal in the second leg against Olympiacos FC.

• Bordeaux have committed 147 fouls, more than any other team in the quarter-finals, but have collected only 12 yellow cards, fewer than the other teams in the last eight.

• Alou Diarra is available again after serving a one-match ban following his red card against Olympiacos. Marc Planus and Ciani will incur a suspension with their next bookings.

Latest domestic information
Saturday 3 April: FC Girondins de Bordeaux 1-2 AS Nancy-Lorraine (Cavenaghi 28; Hadji 18, Dia 72)
Carrasso; Trémoulinas, Ciani, Henrique, Chalmé; Diarra, Fernando (Plašil 76), Gourcuff, Gouffran (Wendel 76); Cavenaghi, Bellion (Chamakh 77).

• Laurent Blanc made three changes to the side that lost at Lyon, opting for two strikers in Fernando Cavenaghi and David Bellion as Marouane Chamakh was rested and Wendel made way as a five-man midfield became four. Henrique replaced Ludovic Sané at centre-back and Diarra, suspended at Lyon, came in for Jaroslav Plašil.

• Fernando was replaced by Plašil after 76 minutes having suffered a broken cheekbone which will keep him out of the Lyon decider.

• Bordeaux lost top spot in Ligue 1 for the first time since November after a third successive defeat in all competitions, only their second home reverse against Nancy in 39 years.

• It represents Bordeaux's longest losing run since January 2004 when they suffered three defeats, including a 3-0 reverse at Lyon, before bouncing back with a 2-0 home win.

• Blanc's side suffered their fourth loss in 24 home games this season. They have won 17 and drawn three.

• Bordeaux have not kept a clean sheet in their last seven home games.

• Bordeaux have lost three of their last 49 Ligue 1 fixtures at home: 1-0 against Valenciennes on 21 November 2009, 2-1 to AJ Auxerre on 10 March and now Nancy.

• All six of Yoann Gourcuff's goals this season have come at the Stade Chaban-Delmas.

• Seven penalties have been awarded against Bordeaux in Ligue 1 this season but only three were converted.

• Ten of Chamakh's 13 goals in Ligue 1 and the UEFA Champions League this term have been headers.

• The French titleholders kept clean sheets in 15 of their first 23 games this season but have recorded only five shutouts in 22 subsequent outings.

• Bordeaux's fixture at Le Mans UC 72 on 27 February was postponed due to inclement weather and will take place on 14 April. Last Sunday's trip to Valenciennes FC, put off because of the League Cup final, is yet to be rescheduled.

Injury news
• Marc Planus – out since 10 March (knee)
• Abdoulaye Traoré – out since 12 March (hamstring)
• Grégory Sertic – out since 21 March (broken toe)
• Fernando – out since 3 April (fractured cheekbone)

• Matthieu Chalmé shook off a rib problem to start against Nancy.

• Cédric Carrasso picked up a groin injury in the closing stages on Saturday but was forced to play on as Blanc had made his three substitutes.

Miscellaneous
• Ulrich Ramé will extend his Bordeaux career into a 14th season after signing up for next term on 24 March.

Lyon

UEFA milestones
• Lyon have conceded 96 goals in the UEFA Champions League, group stage to final, 195 goals in all UEFA competition.

UEFA Champions League statistics
• Lyon have conceded only five goals in the competition this season, fewer than any other team.

• Sidney Govou and Lisandro serve one-match bans having collected yellow cards in the first leg. Cris and Miralem Pjanić will incur a suspension with their next bookings.

Latest domestic information
Saturday 3 April: Stade Rennais FC 1-2 Olympique Lyonnais (Gyan 15; Bastos 53, Lisandro 61)
Lloris; Lovren, Boumsong, Bodmer (Toulalan 43), Gassama (Réveillère 74); Källström, Gonalons, Bastos (Delgado 81), Pjanić, Ederson; Lisandro.

• Claude Puel made six changes to the side that beat Bordeaux, resting Cris, Aly Cissokho, Anthony Reveillère, Jérémy Toulalan, Jean II Makoun and César Delgado. Lamine Gassama, fit-again Jean-Alain Boumsong and Dejan Lovren – the latter ineligible for the UEFA Champions League – came into the back four as Ederson, Maxime Gonalons and Kim Källström started in midfield.

• Lyon have lost just one of their last 13 games, winning the last three.

• Michel Bastos scored in each of those three games having returned from a muscular injury.

• With Cris on the bench, Hugo Lloris captained the team for the first time.

• On six of the seven previous occasions Lyon warmed up for a UEFA Champions League game with a win this season, including the play-offs, they followed it up with a European triumph. They drew the other game, against Liverpool FC on Matchday 4.

• Ronaldo's goal for Real Madrid CF on 10 March was the first Lyon had conceded in 626 minutes – they have kept one clean sheet in the five games since.

• Lyon have lost two games by two-goal margins or more this season – 2-0 at home to FC Sochaux-Montbéliard on 17 October and, a week later, 4-1 at OGC Nice.

• Twenty-one of Lyon's 51 Ligue 1 goals this term have come in the final 15 minutes of games.

Injury news
• Mathieu Bodmer – out 26 September to 9 January and 9 January to 27 February (groin)
• Michel Bastos – out 6-27 March (muscular injury)
• Jean II Makoun – out 10-27 March (groin)
• Jean-Alain Boumsong – out 10 March to 3 April (calf)
• Anderson – out since last season (knee, calf, shoulder)
• François Clerc – out 4-21 November, 21 November to 6 December and since 6 December (knee)
• Johan Hartock – out since 18 March (ruptured Achilles)

• Bodmer went off before half-time in Rennes after suffering a hamstring problem.

• Third-choice goalkeeper Hartock will miss the rest of the season.

Miscellaneous
• Lyon's women's side will face Swedish club Umeå IK in April's UEFA Women's Champions League semi-finals.

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