Last Updated: September 1, 2023
A trip to Stade Francis le Ble awaits Rennes in round 4 of the new Ligue 1 campaign. The top 4 hopefuls face Brest on Saturday.
Rennes could finish the round ahead of their hosts in the table, and they are highly favoured by the bookmakers to do just that this coming Saturday against Brest.
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Brest vs Rennes Team Stats
- In 16 of the last 17 Brest matches the sum of goals was under 3.5
- In 13 of the last 15 Brest home matches the sum of goals was under 3.5
- Brest have scored in 18 of the last 20 home matches
- Brest have not lost 10 of the last 12 home matches
- Brest have scored in 12 of the last 14 matches
- Rennes have scored in the last 14 matches in a row
- Rennes have not lost 11 of the last 12 matches
- In 7 of the last 9 matches Rennes played, both teams scored
- Rennes have scored in 13 of the last 15 away matches
- In 4 of the last 5 Rennes matches the sum of goals was over 3.5
Brest vs Rennes Squad lists
The 55-year-old manager of Brest, Eric Roy, will select the lineup against Rennes from the players listed below:
- Gregoire Coudert (30), Marco Bizot (40), Achraf Dari (4), Adrien Lebeau (14), Bradley Locko (2), Brendan Chardonnet (5), Christophe Herelle (23), Josue Escartin (44), Kenny Lala (27), Lilian Brassier (3), Axel Camblan (11), Hiang’a Mbock, Hugo Magnetti (8), Jonas Martin (28), Karamoko Dembele (70), Mahdi Camara (45), Mathias Pereira-Lage (26), Pierre Lees-Melou (20), Romain Del Castillo (10), Jeremy Le Douaron (22), Martin Satriano (7), Steve Mounie (9).
Listed below is the full squad of Rennes players that the manager Bruno Genesio will choose from for the upcoming game:
- Alfred Gomis, Gauthier Gallon (1), Steve Mandanda (30), Adrien Truffert (3), Arthur Theate (5), Christopher Wooh (15), Guela Doue (31), Jeanuel Belocian (16), Lorenz Assignon (22), Mohamed Jaouab (38), Baptiste Santamaria (8), Benjamin Bourigeaud (14), Desire Doue (33), Enzo Le Fee (28), Flavien Tait (20), Ludovic Blas (11), Nemanja Matic (21), Warmed Omari (23), Amine Gouiri (10), Arnaud Kalimuendo-Muinga (9), Ibrahim Salah (34), Loum Tchaouna (17), Martin Terrier (7), Mathis Lambourde (39).
Brest vs Rennes Lineups
Brest vs Rennes Match Preview
In their last three matches, Brest beat Lens by 3-2 and Le Havre by 1-2, before losing against Marseille by 2-0. A title race would require all stars to align, but sneaking inside the top four and hopefully also collect a medal certainly isn’t beyond Rennes, should they manage to catch a strong momentum. Brest won five of their last six Ligue 1 matches at Stade Francis le Ble, scoring ten and conceding five along the way. They lost once but didn’t draw a single match.
Rennes are unbeaten in their previous three matches, winning 5-1 against Metz, before sharing the points in a 1-1 draw with Lens. Another draw followed, this time 2-2 against Le Havre. It might be a bit of a long shot to fight for the title, but following their fourth place finish last season, Rennes are certainly hoping to make it to the podium this season. Rennes claimed two wins against one draw and three defeats in their last six away matches in the Ligue 1. The scoreline from these matches reads eight goals conceded and ten scored.
Brest vs Rennes H2H
Brest won just once in 14 encounters with Rennes. Rennes won 2-1 and 3-1 in the two most recent meetings with Brest, and go into their upcoming match with a psychological advantage. Rennes look back on six wins in their previous matches against their next opponent in the shape of Brest. The home side has a 0% win rate in these encounter for a total record of 0-4-6. No doubt worth keeping in mind before you make a choice for your next accumulator, depending on your betting strategy. Rennes scored at least once in their last 6 Ligue 1 matches against Brest. The scenario of both teams to score came out six times in the last ten matches between Brest and Rennes.
Brest vs Rennes Betting & Odds
Here are the odds for Brest vs Rennes as provided by bet365 at the time of publishing the article. For the list of latest odds for the match visit bet365.com.
Match odds: Brest (3.60) | Draw (3.40) | Rennes (1.95)
Over/Under goals (O/U): Under 2.5 (2.00) | Over 2.5 (1.80)
Both Teams To Score (O/U): BTTS No (2.05) | BTTS Yes (1.70)
Full Time Betting
In their last 10 matches at Stade Francis le Ble across all tournaments Brest won seven times, drew one and lost two times. Rennes claimed five wins, one draw and four defeats in their last 10 games away. Both teams scored in seven of the last 10 home matches for Brest and in five of the previous 10 away games for Rennes.
Both Teams to Score
Rennes celebrated two wins against Brest in their most recent meetings, outclassing their next opponent by 2-1 and 3-1. In the past ten matches between home side Brest and Rennes both teams found the back of the net six times. Best priced odds on both teams to score with the bookies are at 1.70. Rennes scored at least once in their last 6 Ligue 1 matches against Brest. Of the last ten encounters between Brest Rennes over 2.5 goals came out five times. Odds on over 2.5 goals are at 1.80 with bookies.
Over 2.5 goals came out five times in the last ten encounters between these two teams. Brest managed an average of 0.7 goals, with Rennes averaging 1.6 goals in these games. Both teams to score was a winning bet six times in this run of matches. Over 2.5 goals came out five times in the previous ten matches across all tournaments for Brest, who scored an average of 1.4 goals along the way. Over 2.5 goals came up in seven of Rennes’s previous ten matches across all tournaments. They managed to score an average of 2.3 goals in these matches.