Yann M'Vila could miss this game after spending time in police custody. There was a apparent altercation and it is unknown if he will play or not.
Mevlut Erding has a slight knock, so Hadji and Montano should get the nod ahead of the Turkish striker once again.
Kader Mangane and Vincent Pajot are still unavailable through injury.
Winning 3-0 at Sochaux was a much needed victory for Francis Gillot's side; now they face a battle with Rennes to stay in the hunt for a Europa League place. They lie seven points off Lyon in 5th, so nothing but a win will do on Wednesday night.
The same can be said for Rennes, though. Four wins in a row now for Frederic Antonetti's side and they are favourites to finish fourth. The 3-1 win at home to Ajaccio was expected yet impressive. Definitely a team you want to avoid at the moment.
Bordeaux were impressive albeit against a poor Sochaux side. Tight at the back and clinical up front, they should be a good test for Rennes. Their home form has been indifferent of late but under the floodlights it can be a daunting place to go.
Six years have passed since Rennes won at the Stade Chaban Delmas, but in that time they have only lost twice. In 2006 goals from Sylvain Marveaux and John Utaka won the points for the home side.
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