Rennes Vs Montpellier – French Ligue 1

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Friday, August 14th, 2015 | 0

After defeating in the first match of new season both Rennes and Montpellier will play their second match on Roazhon Park, host by Rennes. Match kick off time will be at 6:00 PM, 12:00 AM BST on 16th August, Sunday, 2015. Watch and get highlights of the match below.

Rennes Vs Montpellier - French Ligue 1

Match Details:

Match              : Rennes Vs Montpellier

Tournament      : France Ligue 1

Stadium            : Roazhon Park (Rennes)

Kickoff : 6:00 PM, 12:00 AM BST

Match Date      : 16th August, Sunday, 2015

Overview of France Ligue 1 match Rennes Vs Montpellier:

Only match on the new season so far, and both have lost their first match on new season. Last season 9thRennes defeats was against new comer Bastia by 2-1 goals, thoughRennes was scored first. And Montpellier’s defeats was against new comer as well Angers by 2-0 goals.

Last seaosn 9thRennes was the 2 times winner of Ligue 2 and 2 times winner as well on Cope De France. First Cope de France comes on 1965 and last of them comes on 1971.

One time league title winner Montpellier was the 7th on the previous season. Only title comes on 2011-12 season after defeating PSG. And they have 3 Ligue 2 title winner as well. On 1990 Montpellier’s won their last title of Cope de France out of their 2 title, where 1st of them comes on 1929.

TV Broadcasting List:

  • Fubo TV
  • BT Sport Europe
  • beIN Sports en Espanol
  • Ligue 1 Orange App
  • QQ Sports Live
  • beIN Sports Canada

before this 33 head to head meeting so far, where last seen on the last season. Last match among them was the 8th drawn, and 0-4 goals victory on the first match was the 13th victory of Montpellier so far. Rennes’ last victory comes on 2012-13 in Cope de La Liga match by 2-0 goals, also 5 match earlier.

43 goals scored by less 12 match winner Montpellier and 42 goals are scored by Rennes 5 goals is the most aggregate match, which was on 1998-99 season. And biggest victory was the 4-0 for the both team.

Rennes Squad:

Adrien Hunou, Romain Danze (captain), Anders Konradsen, Pedro Henrique, Ermir Lenjani, Benjamin Andre, Cedric Hountondji, Axel Ngando, Wesley Said, Ola Toivonen, Kamil Grosicki, Giovanni Sio, Mexer, Cheikh M’Bengue, Dimitri Cavare.

Montpellier Squad:

Paul Lasne, Geoffrey Jourdren, Bryan Dabo, Ellyes Skhiri, Florian Sotoca, Ryad Boudebouz, Jonas Martin, Anthony Mounier, Joris Marveaux, William Remy, Vitorino Hilton (captain), Daniel Congre, Jean Deza, Djamel Bakar, Kevin Berigaud, Jamel Saihi.

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