Brentford are winless in their last four away league games against Crystal Palace (two draws and two losses), since a 2-0 victory in March 1957.
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Crystal Palace vs Brentford match stats
Crystal Palace have won just two of their last 19 Premier League London derbies (eight draws and nine losses), picking up 3-0 wins over both Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal last season. Crystal Palace have also won four of their last six home Premier League matches (one draw and one loss), as many as in their first 15 at Selhurst Park under manager Patrick Vieira (four wins, seven draws and four losses).
Crystal Palace’s Eberechi Eze has assisted three goals in his last six Premier League appearances, as many as in his previous 25 games in the competition. Eze already has more assists this season (2 in 4 games) than he managed last season (1 in 13 games). Wilfried Zaha has scored five of Crystal Palace’s last six home Premier League goals, with the other netted by Jean-Philippe Mateta against Aston Villa. Since the start of last season, Zaha has scored in six of Palace’s eight home league wins (75%), including all four in 2022.
Brentford have lost just one of their last 12 league games played on a Tuesday (five wins and six draws), though that defeat did come at Southampton in their only such game played in the Premier League. In fact, Brentford have lost all six of their Premier League games played between Monday and Thursday. Brentford have avoided defeat in four of their last seven Premier League matches when conceding first (two wins, two draws and three losses), as many as in their first 20 matches in the competition when they conceded the first goal (two wins, two draws and 16 losses).
Brentford kept clean sheets in two of their first three away Premier League matches but have since conceded in each of their last 18 on the road (39 goals conceded), the longest current run in the division and their longest run without an away league clean sheet since a 19-game run between September 1984 and April 1985.
The home side hasn’t lost any of the last seven league meetings between Crystal Palace and Brentford (four wins and three draws), with both Premier League games between the sides last season ending goalless. On top of that, Crystal Palace vs Brentford could become the first fixture in English top-flight history to see the first three meetings at this level between two sides end goalless, with both games ending 0-0 during the 2021-22 season.