Ligue 1: Rennes-Monaco win, a blow to the Champions League

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Clement doesn’t feel in the hot seat

The Monaco coach has won the league just 3 times, but he knows his volatile situation. Monaco are sixth in Ligue 1, far away from their podium goals. However, the Monegasque coach is not in danger before the setback against Rennes.

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Ben Yedder, Terrier, Laborde, Clash of the Scorers

3 of the 4 top scorers in the championship will face off tonight: Wissam Ben Yedder (18 goals), Martin Terrier (18) and Gaiton Laborde (14). All three are on the heels of Kylian Mbappe, having scored 20 goals in L1 this season.

Monaco does well against leaders

Monaco have won their last 3 Ligue 1 games against teams ranked on the podium at the start of the day (3–0 against Paris on 20 March, 1–0 against Marseille and 2–1 on 6 March). in Rennes. 1st leg on 22 December), which equals their last 9 such matches (2 draws, 4 losses).

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Decisive meeting at Roseon Park this Friday. Rennes, 3, receives Monaco, 6. Looking forward to Sunday’s Classic, the Breton could be back to OM in case of a win. Monaco, for its part, could temporarily climb to fourth place in the championship. But in the event of a defeat, Monegasque will undoubtedly say goodbye to the Champions League.

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