Chelsea travel to France to meet Stade Rennais F.C. in the Group E match of UEFA Champions League(UCL). This is matchday 4 of 6 and Chelsea beat Rennais 3-0 on matchday 3 of 6 at Stamford Bridge.

When & Where

Tue 24 Nov, 2020 – 23:25 IST

Roazhon Park – Rennes

Form Guide







Match Facts

Frank Lampard, Chelsea coach on qualifying for the next round:

“I have looked at the schedule and it is brutal. We play Arsenal on Boxing Day and then a game a few days later. We need to try to win this game and if we can step into the next round then we could rest players, but we still want to win the group. I am confident in the squad, even if we rotate.”

Julien Stéphan, Rennes coach:

“Of course we’re not happy with our results. We played poorly against Bordeaux at the weekend, but we are going to improve, we are all desperate to find the solution to our problems. If it doesn’t happen tomorrow, it’s OK. Chelsea are second in the Premier League, and invested a lot of money in the summer. It’s a fantastic club.”


  • The first European encounter between Rennes and Chelsea was on MD3 of this season’s UEFA Champions League, with the Blues winning 3-0 at Stamford Bridge.
  • Rennes have hosted English teams twice previously in European competition and won both games, beating Aston Villa in July 2001 in the Intertoto Cup and Arsenal in March 2019 in the UEFA Europa League.
  • Chelsea have won just two of their nine away UEFA Champions League matches in France (D2 L5), though won on their last visit there last season, beating Lille 2-1 in the group stage.
  • Rennes are yet to win in any of their three UEFA Champions League matches so far (D1 L2) and are only the second French side to fail to win any of their first three games in the competition, after Montpellier (winless in first six).
  • Chelsea are looking to win three consecutive UEFA Champions League matches for the first time since December 2015, while they haven’t won three in a row without conceding since November 2013.
  • Rennes have lost seven of their last 10 matches in the UEFA Europa League/Champions League (W1 D2), although only one of those defeats was in a home match, losing 1-0 against CFR Cluj in October 2019 in the Europa League.
  • Only Marseille (0 goals from 19 shots) have a worse shot conversion rate than Rennes (1 goal from 29 shots, 3.5%) in the UEFA Champions League this season. None of Rennes’ players have attempted more than four shots so far (Serhou Guirassy the most, 4).
  • Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is looking to become the first Blues player to score in four consecutive UEFA Champions League starts since Nicolas Anelka in February 2011 (five in a row).
  • Rennes have used five teenagers in the UEFA Champions League this season, two more than any other club (Camavinga, Doku, Truffert, Soppy, Gboho). They have given at least one teenage debut in each game, with only Bayer Leverkusen between February and October 2014 giving a teenager a debut in four consecutive matches.
  • All three of Timo Werner’s UEFA Champions League goals for Chelsea have been penalties – indeed, the German’s last five goals in the competition have been from the penalty spot, the joint-longest run of consecutive goals as penalties by a player along with former Sparta Prague defender Vladimir Labant (five in a row between 1999 and 2001).


Top Scores

NameGoalsAssistsPlayedGoals per 90Total ShotsShot Accuracy
Serhou Guirassy41130.361844%
Damien Da Silva30130.231060%
Nayef Aguerd30140.221429%
Adrien Hunou20100.71967%

Top Assists

NameAssistsGoalsPlayedTotal PassesPasses CompletePass Accuracy
Benjamin Bourigeaud311460252287%
Romain Del Castillo301424118677%


Top Scores

NameGoalsAssistsPlayedGoals per 90Total ShotsShot Accuracy
1Timo Werner83130.642568%
2Tammy Abraham54130.721765%
3Kai Havertz42100.451080%

Top Assists

NameAssistsGoalsPlayedTotal PassesPasses CompletePass Accuracy
1Tammy Abraham451314010273%
2Timo Werner381341333782%
2Hakim Ziyech32826120980%
2Ben Chilwell321169356882%
5Kai Havertz241044738285%

Group Standings

Group E

TeamPlayedWonDrawnLostForAgainstGoal differencePoints
Chelsea FC32107077
Sevilla FC32104227
FC Krasnodar301238-51
Stade Rennais FC301215-41

Predicted XI

Rennes Predicted XI (4-3-3)

Alfred Gomis, Brandon Soppy, Damien Da Silva, Nayef Aguerd, Adrien Truffert, Eduardo Camavinga, Benjamin Bourigeaud, Martin Terrier, Romain Del Castillo, Serhou Guirassy, Flavien Tait

Chelsea Predicted XI (4-3-3)

Edouard Mendy, Reece James, Kurt Zouma, Thiago Silva, Ben Chilwell, N’Golo Kante, Jorginho, Mason Mount, Hakim Ziyech, Tammy Abraham, Callum Hudson-Odoi

Dyuta Dream 11 Match Prediction

Rennes 1-3 Chelsea

Dyuta Dream 11 Fantasy XI


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