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Today: Toulouse v Rennes live watch 17 December 2023 TV


10 hours ago — December 17, 2023 16:00. Toulouse. Municipal Stadium. French Championship. 16th round.Where to watch: MEGOGOSuspended: Dennum ...


Toulouse-Rennes - Ligue 1 2023/2024 Statistical Preview ToulouseToulousevsvsRennesRennes. Kick off: 14:00; Date: Sun, 17-Dec-23. Preview · Head to Head · Betting; Match Centre; Match Report; Live Stream ... Preview: Toulouse vs. Rennes - prediction, team newsSports Mole previews Sunday's Ligue 1 clash between Toulouse and Rennes, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. Two sides struggling at the bottom end of the Ligue 1 table will meet on Sunday, as Toulouse welcome Rennes to the Stadium de Toulouse. Following a defeat to basement team Lyon last weekend, the host find themselves a single point and place above the bottom three, while their visitors are just two points better off in 13th spot. Match preview © Reuters Toulouse will return to Ligue 1 action on Sunday aiming to bounce back from a tough start to the campaign in France's top flight, as they currently occupy 15th spot with just 13 points on the board from their first 15 matches, having managed just two victories with no team in the division picking up fewer. They meet a Rennes side who are also hoping to put a disappointing start behind them, with Sunday's visitors currently occupying 13th spot with just 15 points from their 15 games following back-to-back fourth-placed finishes in the previous two terms. As a result of their poor opening run, former manager Bruno Genesio was dismissed during the November international break with the side sat on just 12 points from 12 games, and his replacement Julien Stephan did, at least, oversee a victory in his first game at the helm on their return to action, as Rennes beat Reims 3-1 on home turf thanks to goals from Amine Gouiri, Benjamin Bourigeaud and Arthur Theate. They have been unable to build an improved run on the back of that three-point haul, though, and now head into the weekend's trip on the back of consecutive Ligue 1 defeats, albeit in a tough pair of fixtures, as they firstly lost 2-0 away at Marseille before falling just short at home to Monaco last weekend with Bourigeaud's 90th-minute goal coming too late to spark a turnaround after Vanderson and Youssouf Fofana had the visitors 2-0 up. He could again be joined by Cesar Gelabert up front in a 4-4-2 shape, while at the other end of the pitch, Rasmus Nicolaisen and Logan Costa are mainstays at the back and will continue their partnership at the heart of the defence. Rennes should again line up in a 3-4-3 shape at the weekend, with Christopher Wooh and Nemanja Matic both having returned to contention on Thursday after missing the last league game through suspension. As he did against Villarreal, Wooh should again join Jeanuel Belocian and Arthur Theate in a back three, while former Chelsea and Manchester United man Matic is bound to again partner Enzo Le Fee in the engine room. Amine Gouiri, Ludovic Blas and Ibrahim Salah will all fight to come into the front three from the outset on Sunday, after Benjamin Bourigeaud and Martin Terrier were preferred either side of Bertug Yildirim. How to watch the UEFA Europa League and 2 days ago — TV and live stream details KICK-OFF TIME (UK). LASK v Toulouse, 17:45. Union Saint-Gilloise v Liverpool, 17:45. Panathinaikos v Maccabi Haifa ...


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