Olympique de Marseille are in Olympic form in Ligue 1. The Olympians have 19 points after 7 days where they won 6 games and conceded a draw. On the other hand, the week was tough for the Marseillais who lost at the Vélodrome against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Champions League (0-1). But’OM de Tudor will certainly not lose his determination to temporarily seek the first place in the championship. “There was no particular need to play down the drama. The team is calm, positive, in a good mental and psychological period. Defeats are part of the game, especially in the Champions League,” said Igor Tudor.

Opposite, Rennes is better. Bruno Genesio’s players have not lost for three games and are gradually regaining their attacking strength from last season. They have just inflicted a severe 5-0 on the overwhelmed Auxerrois and won the first part of the table by approaching the top 5. A top 5 that they could integrate if they win at the Vélodrome. The Bretons also played in the middle of the week with a cruel draw conceded in the last moments against Fenerbache (2-2).


What time does the match OM – Rennes start?

The match OM – Rennes will start at 3 p.m. this Sunday, September 18. It will take place at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille.

On which TV channel is OM – Rennes broadcast?

The match OM – Rennes will be broadcast on PrimeVideo. Benoît Bastien will be on the whistle.

Which streaming broadcast for the match OM – Rennes?

The only streaming broadcast available for this OM – Rennes will be on Amazon’s digital channel, PrimeVideo, provided you have the Pass Ligue 1 subscription.


What probable compositions for OM – Rennes?

Igor Tudor will still have to do without the majority of his defensive line. The Croatian is deprived of Éric Bailly, injured, just like Samuel Gigot. Here is the probable eleven of the Olympians: Lopez – Mbemba, Balerdi, Kolasinac – Clauss, Guendouzi, Gueye, Tavares – Ünder, Harit – Sanchez.

For the Rennais Stadium, Bruno Genesio should have a quality return with Arnaud Kalimuendo who could start on the bench. On the other hand, Baptiste Santamaria, Omari and Gomis will be absent. Here is the probable Rennes line-up: Mandanda – Traoré, Rodon, Theate, Truffert – Bourigeaud, Doué, Majer, Sulemana – Gouiri, Terrier

What are the predictions for the match OM – Rennes?

OM are favored by the bookmakers. On Betclic, they are at 2.12, the draw is at 3.60 while the Rennes victory is at 3.55. On bettingsportthe Marseillais are at 2.05, the draw at 3.65 and the Breton victory at 3.55.