Rennes are starting to give indications of lack of concern after such a splendid beginning to the mission, with Julien Stephan’s men playing a draw in their last three games in all rivalries. The Champions League competitors denoted their first historically speaking game in Europe’s tip top rivalry with a 1-1 draw against Russian outfit FC Krasnodar in midweek ,a game which they might have effectively taken three points from on one more night – with Serhou Guirassy’s punishment counterbalanced by Cristian Ramirez not long before the hour mark.

With an overwhelming outing to Europa League holders Sevilla to seek Stephan and co one week from now, Rennes will no uncertainty need to stop their disappointing late outcomes in the French first class, with Les Rouge et Noir being held by two striving sides in Reims and Dijon over the recent weeks. Lille and Paris Saint-Germain both exploited to jump Stephan’s men who have now slipped to third in the table heading into gameweek eight  and the Rennes reliable will supplicate that this isn’t the beginning of an elusive slant for their side as the installation plan turns out to be much more tenacious for the European hopefuls.

In the interim, Angers’ dash of winning one at that point losing one in the class finished on account of Metz, with the two goals coming extremely close to one another at the Stade Raymond Kopa. Thomas Mangani opened the scoring from the spot for Stephane Moulin’s men, yet Metz  without top scorer Ibrahima Niane evened out directly from the restart as Opa Nguette lashed in from short proximity. Les Scoistes’ initial one-pointer of the mission sees them stay agreeable in mid-table indefinite quality after seven matches, despite the fact that their goals distinction of – 7 is the most exceedingly awful bar the last three sides, with that 6-1 whipping because of PSG offering Moulin’s side no courtesies on that front.

Nonetheless, Angers may feel like there is no better an ideal opportunity to confront a Rennes side given their ongoing hardships, despite the fact that Les Scoistes’ record against the Champions League competitors is awfully awful. Without a doubt, Rennes have not lost to Angers in the top flight since 1976, and Les Rouge et Noir have won 11 of the last 14 gatherings between the different sides in all rivalries including a 2-1 victory in this apparatus last season.


Rennes make certain to be frantic to continue in winning ways before their Champions League experience proceeds, and they should feel sure of doing as such against a side who they have appreciated unmatched accomplishment over as of late. Inferable from the hosts’ disappointing spell of structure, Angers will be unobtrusively idealistic about their odds of breaking the hoodoo, yet we actually anticipate that Stephan’s men should get through. Hence, bet on Rennes in the up and coming match.