Brest and Dijon have a balanced record in their first five clashes in Ligue 1: two wins each and one draw.
Dijon have lost their last seven games in Ligue 1, the longest current such run in the division and their longest run in their top-flight history. The last current team to endure a longer run of defeats in a single Ligue 1 campaign was Brest between March-May 2013 (11).
Dijon have lost their last four away games in Ligue 1, the longest current such run in the division. They have not endured a longer drought away from home in the top-flight since between December 2018-March 2019 (7).
Dijon have had just 38% of their touches in the opposite half in Ligue 1 this season, the lowest ratio in the division.
Brest’s Steve Mounié (168) and Dijon’s Bruno Ecuele Manga (102) are the two players with more than 100 aerials won in Ligue 1 this season.
Brest have won only one of their last nine games in Ligue 1 (D2 L6), it was against Bordeaux in February (2-1).
Brest have lost three of their last four home games in Ligue 1 (W1), as many as in their previous 16 (W9 D4).
Brest have scored at least two goals in 10 of their 13 home games in Ligue 1 this season, only Monaco have done that more often (12).
Romain Faivre has completed 73 dribbles in Ligue 1 this season, more than any other player. It’s already a season-high tally for a Brest player in the top-flight since Opta started recording this data (2006/07).
Dijon’s full back Ngonda Muzinga is the only player with more than 200 possessions lost in Ligue 1 in 2021 (233).
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