Brentford vs Crystal Palace Premier League predictions: Tips, odds and team news
Brentford and Crystal Palace continue their 2023/24 Premier League campaign when they meet at the Gtech Community Stadium on Saturday at 3pm (UK time).
Brentford vs Crystal Palace odds
Brentford have made an excellent start to the new season, drawing 2-2 at home to Spurs before beating Fulham 3-0 away from home. Only Brighton, Man City and Arsenal — who all have perfect records — sit above them in the very young Premier League table. As for Palace, they fell 1-0 to Arsenal last time out but only after beating Sheffield United by the same scoreline on the opening day.
Thomas Frank’s men are one of the in-form sides, winning six of their last eight Premier League games (D1 L1) and losing just one of their last 16 at the Brentford Community Stadium (W8 D7) and will be hoping that continue’s against a Palace side that have won just four of their last 31 Premier League London derby matches (D11 L16).
Brentford vs Crystal Palace predictions
Brentford vs Crystal Palace: Predictions
|BTTS?||No||10/11 with Betway|
|Correct Score||1-0||13/2 with Bet365|
|First Goalscorer||Bryan Mbuemo||11/2 with Boylesports|
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The stats behind our Brentford vs Crystal Palace predictions:
- There has been just one goal in each of Palace’s two Premier League games this season.
- Brentford kept a clean sheet last time out against Fulham.
- The Bees are yet to lose this season.
- Palace have won just four of their last 31 Premier League London derby matches (D11 L16).
- Mbuemo has three goals to his name in two Premier League appearance this season.
Brentford vs Crystal Palace match tip
This fixture in the Premier League has seen one goal scored per game, while both of Crystal Palace’s fixtures this season have seen just one goal scored as they followed up a 1-0 win over Sheffield United with a 1-0 defeat to Arsenal at Selhurst Park.
Brentford vs Crystal Palace Bet-Builder tip
Brentford put Fulham to the sword last time out, with Mbuemo extending his tally for the season to three already. However, Aaron Hickey was booked for the second time in as many games. A goal here would see Bryan Mbeumo become just the second ever player to score in six consecutive London derby matches in Premier League history after Thierry Henry between December 1999 and September 2000.
14 of Brentford’s last 15 goals in the Premier League when Ivan Toney hasn’t played have been scored by Bryan Mbeumo (8) or Yoane Wissa (6).
The Bees picked up their first win of the season 3-0 away at Fulham last time out.
Mbuemo has three goals in two games this season.
Hickey has two bookings in as many games this season.
Brentford vs Crystal Palace team news
Brentford team news
|None||Ivan Toney, Shandon Baptiste, Josh Dasilva||Ben Mee|
Ivan Toney remains out until the new year through suspension and he’s joined on the sidelines by Josh Dasilva and Shandon Baptiste, while Ben Mee faces a late check.
Crystal Palace team news
|None||Matheus França, Will Hughes, Michael Olise||None|
Michael Olise, Matheus Franca and Will Hughes are all injured for the visitors, while Roy Hodgson could go with the same starting XI for the third consecutive match.
Brentford vs Crystal Palace head-to-head record
- 18 Feb 2023 – Brentford 1-1 Crystal Palace – Premier League
- 30 Aug 2022 – Crystal Palace 1-1 Brentford – Premier League
- 12 Feb 2022 – Brentford 0-0 Crystal Palace – Premier League
- 21 Aug 2021 – Crystal Palace 0-0 Brentford – Premier League
- 16 Aug 1977 – Crystal Palace 5-1 Brentford – League Cup
There’s yet to be a winner in the Premier League between these sides.
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