Brentford vs Wolves Betting Tips, predictions, odds & match preview
Two sides in opposite halves of the table do battle in the Premier League when they face off Saturday afternoon (3:00pm UK time).
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Brentford manager Thomas Frank was delighted with the way his side played in midweek against Man United in midweek but they still lost that game 3-1. It means the London outfit have lost three straight and five of their last six. They have played 22 games and sit ten points above the relegation zone. The last eight goals they have scored in the Premier League have all come from a different player.
At home, the Bees have lost two of their last three although these defeats came against the Manchester sides and they have won their other three around this. In the last four games played at the Brentford Community stadium the visitors have netted first. Just one of the last ten road sides here have failed to net at least once. Ivan Toney has netted in two of the last five at this ground.
Wolves ran out comfortable 3-1 winners over Southampton last weekend with a goal each for Raul Jimenez (penalty), Conor Coady and Adama Traore. It is now ten points from their last four games and their only two defeats in the last nine have come against Man City and Liverpool. The Black Country outfit are eighth in the table and just six points outside the Champions League slots. Eight of their last nine Premier League fixtures have gone under 1.5 goals.
Away from Molienux, Wanderers have won their last two picking up all three points from visits to the Amex and Old Trafford. Only five sides have a better losing record than Wolves this campaign who have lost just three times on their travels. No side has a better road defensive record than the Black Country who have conceded just seven times. The last four they have played on the road have gone under 1.5 goals and produced a total of just three goals.
Brentford vs Wolves: Match Stats
No side has a better Premier League away defensive record than Wolves who (along with Man City) have just eight away goals. In three of their last four road matches they have kept a clean sheet. They look value to do the same here against a Brentford side who have scored just four times in their last six. Back the away team to keep a clean sheet in this one.
Sticking with a defensive theme the last four Wolves away games have produced a total of just three goals. It is likely that this one will be another tight encounter so back the game to go under 1.5 goals.
26 August 2017: Brentford 0-0 Wolves- Championship
14 March 2017: Brentford 1-2 Wolves- Championship
24 September 2016: Wolves 3-1 Brentford- Championship
The reverse fixture was played on the 18th September and Brentford won that day 2-0 thanks to a goal each from Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbeumo. It put to an end a run of four straight meetings without defeat for Wolves.