Both teams to score (4/6)
Both teams have been full of goals this season.
Rennes netted four times against Lyon on the weekend and will be full of confidence heading into the second leg.
Leicester City scored twice in the first-leg.
The Foxes have averaged 1.5 goals in the league this season, highlighting their ability to find the back of the net.
Patson Daka to score anytime (11/4)
With Jamie Vardy unavailable, Daka is once again set to lead the line for Leicester.
The striker has a strong record in Europe for Leicester scoring six times in eight appearances.
Match preview: Stade Rennes vs Leicester City
Stade Rennes have a mountain to climb in France following their 2-0 defeat in the first-leg.
However, the French side will have had a confidence boost following their impressive win over Lyon.
Bruno Génésio's team defeated Lyon 4-2 away from home.
Rennes have now moved in the top four in Ligue 1.
Leicester City secure two-goal advantage
Leicester City head to France with a two-goal lead following their impressive win over Rennes.
Iheanacho netted a late goal at the King Power stadium to give the Foxes a strong lead.
Although on the weekend, Brendan Rodgers' side were beaten away at Arsenal.
The Gunners won 2-0 in a result which saw Leicester drop into 12th place.
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