Rennes vs Ajaccio by Sureseye

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Rennes are on the back of two points from the last available 6, welcoming Lille and travelling to Lyon both which ended stalemate. Although didn't score a goal in the process, it was a good result for Rennes that coach Philippe Montanier hopes to build on:


''We know that the top five of the championship are generally the five best defences too. There is a correlation.''


''These two games are encouraging, especially as we changed several players, but the efficiency is maintained.''


Boye and Moreirra continue to miss at the role of centre backline which means a pair of Kana-Biyik and Armand will be see at the centre backline once more while midfielder Bakayoko returns.


Ajaccio avoided relegation by whiskers last season and again are with poor performance this season. They are winless after five league matches with 3 accumulated draw made 3 points. Their best performance till date was their 1-1 draw with the then unsettled PSG. The side have scored 3 goals and considerably played well at the backline conceeding 5 goals. For this match however, already thin rostered guest will have to deal with several important absence: Belgazhouani, Pedretti, Perozzo and Tallo are fresh missings due injury while Oliech, Tolucci, Eduardo and Fatty will continue to be missed.


Ajaccio are now short of attacking weapons and their defence played shakily last match been first 3 goals down before reducing the deficit (3-2), with one of the goalscorers (Tallo) absent today. Rennes are regular outfit in the league with ambitions and can count on home support to earn them the second victory.

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Comments (2)
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Rennes looked quite crap away to Lyon, although they got the point. What makes you so sure on them?

09/21/2013 - 13:57
Agreed...In the same way had Ajaccio been poor lately. They intent of the game was not to lose; this time they'd fancy their chance and play their football. Kana-Biyik and Armand will play more comported at the backline. Rennes are not PSG or Monaco but this is about the better team on the field and not who would win the league or something.
09/21/2013 - 14:52
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