Saturday Premier League action from Brentford Community Stadium, as Brentford take on Brighton.
It’s a clash of tenth vs eighth, as Brentford host Brighton at Brentford Community Stadium.
Brentford have five points to their name, going into this tie
Brentford have 90 minutes to break their recent habit of poor, or disappointing results, following a dissapointing away draw to Aston Villa and Crystal Palace.
With two draws in two matches, Brentford need to develop a strategy for getting over the line in games. With tenth, they currently sit five points in the League having won one game and drawn two games.
Brentford have won one game of their one League matches at home this season.
Brentford will have 8 points so far this season, should they secure a win.
Going into Saturday’s game, Thomas Frank without three of his players, due to illness or injury.
Brighton & Hove Albion have so far accrued six points in this season of the Premier League
It was a humbling defeat at the hands of Everton for Graham Potter’s men in their last match, they will be hoping to get something out of this game for sure.
Some statistics are more relevant than others they say, and one losses for Brighton seems very relevant. With six points, they are established in eighth in the League having won two meetings and lost one game.
Brighton will travel to Brentford with a win record on the road that is quite unremarkable, with one win.
A win in this fixture would take Brighton & Hove Albion’s points to 9 in the League.
Brighton are missing five players through injury or illness. This will affect Graham Potter’s selection choices significantly.
Brentford v Brighton & Hove Albion – Head-to-Heads.
The recent form between these two sides has seen Brighton with a greater number of wins. In the last 15 meetings, they have enjoyed six wins, to Brentford’s five victories. In addition, Brighton have won five out of 10 fixtures when visiting Brentford. Their most recent encounter in this competition was February 2017 and the score line ended up with a 3-3 draw- it’s a 49.75% likelihood that both sides will score once more on Saturday.
The probability of a Brighton win is 37.74 percent.