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Rennes vs Arsenal - Betting Tip and Match Preview - 07/03/2019

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Arsenal traveling to Roazhon Park to combat Ligue 1 outfit Rennes in the first leg of their final 32 round tie on Thursday. It is quite a challenging draw for the Gunners as the French group proved strength by bagging six goals from the previous 32 around match-up with Spanish Real Betis.

Rennes got off to a poor kick off to their group stage effort with three beats in four launching occasions. But, two clean sheet wins above Jablonec and Astana booked them a place in the knockout phase. They demonstrated the complete attacking possible against defensively vulnerable Betis' facet there and deservedly advanced to R16.

They are unbeaten in last 12 home games in all competitions, 11 of which watched them bag at the very least a goal.

Tenth, Rennes are in Ligue 1 midtable, but their general campaign may nevertheless be viewed as a impressive one awarded the cup pedigree they are showing this year. Their team outcomes could have been rough, but they attained the semi-finals within the Coupe De France with a 2-0 triumph over second-tier side Orleans a week. They also defied the opportunity to qualify from their Europa League team after dropping three of their first four matches, to win the last 2 and make it all through. Then after a 3-3 draw at home in the first leg, then they removed highly-rated Spanish side Real Betis with a 3-1 away win, arguably the highlight of Julien Stephan's predominate in charge.

They're carrying their run in the Europa League so seriously their scheduled league match Nimes was postponed so they could put in extra prep for hosting Arsenal. They have been in great form over the past month, too; they have won five of the last eight fittings in most contests, losing just once and taking a point in in-form Marseille from the league. They are also unbeaten in their last 12 fixtures in the home, of which they've won nine. Youthful appropriate winger Ismaila Sarr, who has eight goals and four assists in most contests, and also the mercurial Hatem Ben Arfa, frequently the very innovative and penetrative player, will probably be Rennes most crucial players .


There were lots of talking things as ever from Saturday's early North London Derby in Wembley since Arsenal finally placed in a strong performance away from home against top class opposition. They can feel aggrieved not to have collected all three points against Tottenham awarded the balance of play and Harry Kane's controversial penalty, and of course Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang spurning the opportunity to win it late on with a spot-kick of their very own. This type of performance indicates that Arsenal will improve upon their dire showing in their last Europa League off tie, the 1-0 loss away at BATE.

Still, away kind will likely be of concern into Unai Emery, as rock base Huddersfield and League One Blackpool are the sole sides they've managed to conquer on the street since the start of December, losing at BATE, Southampton and West Ham in that interval. Their performances have been improved; they eased past BATE using a 3-0 triumph in the next legbeat Southampton 2-0 at home and thrashed Bournemouth 5-1. Using a crucial game at Manchester United over the weekend, Emery is forecast to flex his line-up as normal with this Europa League trip; Mesut Ozil has been welcomed back into the fold and may begin again after only serving as a substitute at the weekend, whereas Alexandre Lacazette and Aubameyang will last to vie to lead the lineup.

 

Rennes vs Arsenal: Bet Tips

   - BTTS @ 1.70 (7/10)
   - Draw at the half time @ 2.20 (6/5).

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