Holders Paris Saint-Germain will take on Olympique Lyonnais in the pick of the Coupe de France's last-16 action, with Bordeaux-Nantes and Troyes-Saint-Etienne the only other all-Ligue 1 fixtures issuing from Thursday night's draw.
Paris Saint-Germain continued the defence of their Coupe de France title with a late 2-1 win over Toulouse. Laurent Blanc's men join GFC Ajaccio and Bordeaux in the last 16, though Rennes and Bastia are out.
Stade Rennais boss Philippe Montanier was proud of his side's commitment as they hung on in a tough encounter to avenge their league defeat by beating OGC Nice 7-6 on penalties and book a place in the Coupe de France's last 32.
Stade Rennais won through to the Coupe de France's round of 32, but only by the narrowest of margins, winning a long penalty shootout 7-6 (2-2) after Les Aiglons had levelled matters with two minutes of extra time remaining.
PSG coach Laurent Blanc contented himself with a 1-0 qualification; new OL coach Bruno Génésio hoped his side can maintain the dynamic of their 7-0 Coupe de France win; and OM boss Míchel hailed 'keeper Steve Mandanda.
New OL boss Bruno Génésio's first match in charge was a 7-0 hammering of Limoges (D5); ten-man OM needed penalties to best SM Caen and Zlatan Ibrahimovic saw PSG through to the last 32, 1-0 over ES Wasquehal (D4).
SC Bastia coach Ghislain Printant hailed his players' tenacity in holding off Sedan for a 2-0 win; Reims boss Olivier Guégan apologised to the club's fans after their 4-1 hammering by D3 side Chambly. Reactions.
Stade de Reims' campaign ended at the first hurdle, 4-1 away to National (D3) side Chambly, while SC Bastia had some nervy moments in a 2-0 win over Sedan (D3). Ligue 1's other sides in action all won through to the round of 32.