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Brighton vs Brentford prediction, odds and free betting tips

Date: 6th December 2023
Kick-Off: 19:30 UK, 20:30 CET
Venue: Amex Stadium

Brighton will face Brentford in a match from the 15th round in the Premier League.

Brighton vs Brentford Predictions and Top Betting Tips

Brighton vs Brentford is always a huge fixture and we have high expectations based on the last few weeks of PL football. Here are our predictions.

Total Goals Prediction: Over 2.5 Goals

Brighton and Brentford were two of the most impressive teams last season and played some great matches between them. This season has been quite different and Brentford only started to perform well in the last couple of months. Brighton also had serious problems at an earlier stage but have been quite impressive in recent weeks. They are a strong home side and their attack is scoring goals. Brentford have serious problems on the road and concede a lot. We can confidently expect at least three goals in this fixture.

Match Result Prediction: Brighton to Win

This matchup is always extremely competitive and we expect nothing less in this upcoming fixture. Brentford have a brilliant attack but they mostly perform well at home. On the road, the team has a single win in the last five games in the Premier League. Brighton have lost only twice in the last ten home matches in all competitions and while they don't always win, it is extremely difficult to beat them at the AMEX. They conceded at least one goal in nine out of ten games, so we think that Brentford will find the net at least once here but lose in the end.

Correct Score Prediction: 2-1 to Brighton

Brighton started the season with some extreme performances at home but they have not been scoring as much in recent months. They have a single match with over two goals scored in the last five home matches. Brentford rarely concede more than twice, so we expect this game to be at least this competitive. When we compare the Brighton vs Brentford line ups, we think that the home side has the advantage in strength. However, this advantage translates into their attack. Defensively, Brighton are quite bad right now.

Brighton vs Brentford News

Brighton's Predicted Line-up vs Brentford

Imagine how good Brighton could have been if they did not have a dozen injuries throughout the entire season. Right now, the team has listed nine players as out for this fixture. Apart from Dahoud and Dunk, who will miss this game due to red cards, some notable injured players include Estupinan, Fati, Welbeck and Lamptey. The team still plays good football with a weakened squad and we expect them to be solid once again. Here is our predicted line-up:

Steele – Hinshelwood, Igor, van Hecke, Veltman – Baleba, Gilmour, Lallana, Adingra, Buonanotte – Ferguson

Brentford's Predicted Line-up vs Brighton

Brentford have also not had it easy when it comes to missing players. Six have been listed ahead of this match, with four additional as questionable. This means that they may appear on the pitch but it will only be confirmed later today. The most affected zones are the defense and midfield. Mathias Jensen is questionable and he has played in every single PL match to date. Noorgaard will be out due to his 5 yellow cards. In defense, the team is likely to be without Collins, Ajer, and Hickey.

Flekken – Ghoddos, Pinnock, Mee, Janelt – Yarmolyuk, Onyeka, Ghoddos – Wissa, Maupay, Mbeumo

FAQs regarding Brighton vs Brentford

Brighton vs Brentford

In which places are the two teams right now?

There is a 3-point gap dividing the two teams right now. Brighton are 8th in the league with 22 points and Brentford are 11th with 19 points.

Which team is the favorite to win this game?

Brighton have a solid advantage in odds ahead of this fixture.

Which team won the previous Brighton vs Brentford match?

The teams last met in a friendly fixture in July and Brighton won 2-0.

What is the capacity of the AMEX Stadium, Brighton's home ground?

The American Express Stadium currently has a capacity of 31,876.

Who will be the referee for this fixture?

Peter Bankes has been appointed as the match official for this fixture.


Vladislav

Vladislav has been professionally engaged in freelance journalism for six years, during which time he worked for several foreign publications in the sports field. A football and martial arts fanatic, he spent years training before turning to sports journalism.

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