Brighton appear to have a good chance to add three more points to their season account, as they face Brentford in round 29 of the Premier League season. They will surely end up frustrated, should they fail to beat the visitors at The American Express Community Stadium this coming Saturday.
We are bound to see an exciting game on Saturday as both Brighton and Brentford are looking to add some much-needed points to their respective accounts.
Brighton scored 20 times, conceded 11 and held on for four clean sheets in their last ten games.
Brentford head into this match on 1.6 goals per game in their last ten matches. They scored an acceptable total of 16, while also conceding seven goals. This amounts to 0.7 on average per game, where they kept their opponents from scoring four times.
Brighton claimed a 2-0 win, while Brentford answered back with a 2-0 win in their two most recent meetings.
Brighton vs Brentford Prediction
Brighton should be high on confidence, as their last three matches saw them gain seven points. They started off drawing 2-2 with Leeds, before beating first Crystal Palace by 1-0, then Grimsby in a 5-0 win. Brighton won four of their past six matches on home soil in the Premier League, where they also lost twice but drew none. They scored 13 goals and conceded five times.
Brentford have been all over in their last three matches across all tournaments. Against Everton, they came out empty-handed in a 1-0 defeat, whereafter they avenged themselves in a 0-2 win against Southampton. Their latest match saw them sharing the spoils in a 1-1 draw against Leicester. Brentford won three of a possible six away matches in the Premier League, as well as playing two draws and suffering one defeat. They scored seven while also conceding three times.
Brighton have built up a nice momentum, and we doubt Brentford are capable of getting in the way of the home side at The American Express Community Stadium, as we aim for the home win.
Brighton have taken 11 points from their last 11 games against teams from the top half of the Premier League table. They won three of these matches with a scoreline of 16 goals to 18. Brentford took 18 points from their last 11 games against teams from the top half of the Premier League table. They won five, scored 20 goals and conceded 18. Brighton claimed 12 wins, six draws as well as seven defeats in the Premier League this season. Brentford are looking at ten wins, 12 draws and five defeats in the Premier League.
Brighton vs Brentford Stats
- Brighton have scored in 20 of the last 21 matches
- Brighton have not lost 11 of the last 12 matches
- Brighton have won 3 of the last 4 matches without conceding a goal
- Brighton have won 3 of the last 4 home matches without conceding a goal
- Brighton have won 5 of the last 6 home matches
- Brentford have not lost 11 of the last 13 matches
- In the last 5 Brentford away matches the sum of goals was under 2.5
- In 8 of the last 9 Brentford matches the sum of goals was under 3.5
- In 7 of the last 9 Brentford matches the sum of goals was under 2.5
- In 7 of the last 8 Brentford away matches the sum of goals was under 3.5
Brighton vs Brentford Squads
The 43-year-old Brighton manager, Roberto De Zerbi, will select the lineup against Brentford from these players (the statistics in the brackets refer to scored goals and games played in the Premier League this season):
Jason Steele (0/3), Robert Sanchez (0/22), Thomas McGill (0/0), Adam Webster (0/20), Jan Paul van Hecke (0/3), Joel Veltman (1/23), Levi Colwill (0/8), Lewis Dunk (0/25), Odel Offiah (0/0), Pervis Estupinan (0/22), Tariq Lamptey (0/20), Adam Lallana (2/16), Alexis Mac Allister (7/22), Billy Gilmour (0/7), Jakub Moder (0/0), Julio Enciso (0/7), Kaoru Mitoma (6/20), Moises Caicedo (1/24), Pascal Gross (6/25), Solly March (7/25), Yasin Ayari (0/0), Danny Welbeck (2/19), Deniz Undav (0/11), Evan Ferguson (3/10), Jeremy Sarmiento (0/9).
Here is the full team squad of Brentford. The 49 year-old Thomas Frank will select his starting lineup from the following players:
David Raya (0/27), Thomas Strakosha (0/0), Aaron Hickey (0/15), Ben Mee (3/26), Ethan Pinnock (1/19), Fin Stevens (0/0), Kristoffer Vassbakk Ajer (0/9), Mads Roerslev (0/15), Mathias Joergensen (0/13), Pontus Jansson (0/9), Rico Henry (0/26), Bryan Mbeumo (5/27), Christian Noergaard (1/17), Frank Onyeka (0/14), Joshua Dasilva (3/26), Mathias Jensen (5/27), Mikkel Damsgaard (0/16), Shandon Baptiste (0/14), Vitaly Janelt (3/26), Yoane Wissa (5/27), Ivan Toney (16/25), Keane Lewis-Potter (0/10), Kevin Schade (0/8), Nathan Young-Coombes (0/0), Saman Ghoddos (0/10).
Brighton vs Brentford Team News
Brighton seem to only have two players missing from the squad ahead of their upcoming assignment on Saturday.
Alexis Mac Allister and Jakub Moder are missing from the squad, Brighton will field against Brentfordthis coming Saturday.
Brentford are juggling with five absent players on on Saturday when travelling to Brighton.
Pontus Jansson, Ivan Toney, Frank Onyeka, Shandon Baptiste and Aaron Hickey all face a spell on the sidelines for Brentford due to various injuries.
Brighton vs Brentford Lineups
Brighton vs Brentford H2H
Brighton were defeated by 2-0 in their last encounter with Brentford, but did win the reverse match 2-0, though. Brentford look back on one wins in their previous matches against their next opponent in the shape of Brighton. The home side has a 67% win rate in these encounter for a total record of 2-0-1. No doubt worth keeping in mind before you make a choice for your next accumulator, depending on your betting strategy.
Brighton vs Brentford Results
Brighton vs Brentford Betting Tips
It's been a great season for Ivan Toney so far with 16 goals to his name across all tournaments this season. He also hit the target three times in his last six games, and no doubt Brentford want him to continue this productive spell against Brightonon Saturday.
In their last 10 matches at The American Express Community Stadium across all tournaments Brighton won seven times, drew zero and lost three times. Brentford claimed three wins, three draw and four defeats in their last 10 games away. Brighton were able to win five of the last 10 games at The American Express Community Stadium without conceding a goal. A number worth keeping in mind for an accumulator, depending on your betting strategy.
Brighton witnessed over 2.5 goals in five of their previous ten matches across all tournaments in which they averaged 1.9 goals a game. Over 2.5 goals appeared in two of the last ten matches that Brentford played across all tournaments. They scored 1.3 times on average in the process.