Marseille will be without Andre Pierre-Gignac who has still yet to recover from a foot injury.
Gennaro Bracligliano will also miss out with a shoulder complaint, while Leyti N'Diaye has a thigh injury.
Senah Mango is out with an ankle problem, but Morgan Amalfitano returns from suspension.
L'OM will be without veteran defender Rod Fanni however, as he begins a suspension following dismissal against Lyon.
Brest take on Marseille at the Stade Francis Le-Ble hoping to continue a fine run of form in front of their home fans.
Landry Chauvin's men have yet to lose at home this season, and they will be confident of maintaining that record after just one defeat in their last four league games.
Visitors Marseille will be looking to pick themselves up following a 4-1 thrashing at the hands of Lyon. However, with an attack that has struggled without an Andre-Pierre Gignac, and a defence that has looked increasingly fragile, it is difficult to see them leaving Brittany with a result.
Expect Brest to attack with plenty of energy and verve in front of a raucous home crowd. Marseille have struggled away from home at times this term, and this could well be another disappointing journey for Elie Baup's men.
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