Lorient ranks currently in last place in Ligue 1 with just 8 points obtained in 14 stages, which means about an average of 0.5 points / game. Thus, Bernard Casoni’s students have a line of disastrous ranking, and their only away 7 matches was obtained even last round, on the field of Metz, in a disappointing 3-3 where guests led to a time 3-1. Thus, the group of Southern Brittany has the second worst defense in the league, and prospects for Tuesday’s game does not look sensational, considering the rather long list of absentees. Consequently, Selemani, Lecomte, Paye, Jeannot and Ciani are all injured and chances are all listed just now miss the next game.
On the other side, Rennes has traveled really satisfactory so far the first echelon French managed to win the position 4, but at a considerable difference compared Platoon 3 teams targeting Title: Nice, Monaco and PSG. Thus, the band in northwestern France will have three absentees for the match on Tuesday, among them big names but not found. So Chantome, Mexer and Said’s band will be absent from the Christian Gourcouff.
If we take a look at the latest results recorded directly between the two teams accounted for four victories of Rennes, Lorient’s only two, and four draws in the last ten direct meetings.
Lorient (4-3-3): Delecroix- Goff, Rose Toure, Moreira- Cafu, Bellugou, Mvuemba- Waris, Moukandjo, Cabot
Rennes (4-4-1-1): Costil- Baal, Gnagnon, Mendes, Danze- Hunou, Andre Fernandes, Grosicki- Prcic- Sio