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Brentford left it late but a late Pontus Jansson goal saw them defeat Watford 2-1 and make it three straight victories. Tottenham saw their own four-game winning run come to an end when losing 1-0 at home to Brighton last weekend.
It has been a great season for the Bees who are on 39 points for the campaign and are looking upwards rather than downwards. The North-London outfit are level on points with Arsenal in the race for fourth.
At home, it is two successive victories for Brentford but prior to that they had won just one of six. On their travels, it is back-to-back wins for Tottenham in the Premier League with their one loss in four coming at Old Trafford.
Ivan Toney has adjusted well to the Premier League grabbing 12 goals grabbing nine in his last ten in all competitions. Heung-Min Son has an impressive six in his last four starts and a remarkable 17 for the season.
Both teams to score has been a feature of recent games for Brentford having happened in four of their last six. Tottenham games tend to involve goals with a combined 22 from their last six.
Brentford vs Tottenham: Match Stats
Although Tottenham have been defending well of late the loss of Matt Doherty seems to have shaken them a little at the back and in terms of shape. Brentford are also full of confidence in front of goal so backing a couple of their players in the anytime scorer market looks the play here.
Ivan Toney has 12 for the season and nine in his last ten and his chances of scoring here look to be under-estimated. Bryan Mbeumo is another who looks worth chancing while he has only four goals he has hit the woodwork a remarkable seven times.