- Jorge misses out here through an accumulation of bookings.
- Terence Kongolo should come in at left-back, although Andrea Raggi or Djibril Sidibé are options as well.
- Thomas Lemar impressed in a central role on Friday and should keep his place after being subbed off early at Saint-Étienne.
- Joris Gnagnon finally made his way back into the starting XI in central defence against PSG, but could be called upon in midfield here with André suspended.
- Ludovic Baal continues to struggle with injury; the veteran left-back will have to wait until 2018 to make his return.
- Yoann Gourcuff should return here after missing out at the weekend.
Monacohavewon 17 of their last 19 home matches (Ligue 1).
Monacohavescored at least 3 goals in their last 3 matches against Rennes in all competitions.
Monacohave been winning at both half time and full time in their last 3 matches against Rennes in all competitions.
Monacohavewon their last 3 matches against Rennes in all competitions.
Monacohave seen over 2.5 goals in their last 3 matches against Rennes in all competitions.
- Rennes have largely impressed since the arrival of Lamouchi, but this match, on the heels of a contentious loss to leaders PSG, looks a dangerous proposition in terms of sapping the Breton side’s momentum.
- Rennes are unlikely to be as obliging as Saint-Étienne were at the weekend, but Monaco should have no issue dispatching the visitors here.