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Brentford vs Wolves match stats
Brentford have lost just one of their six home Premier League games so far this season (three wins and two draws), with no side keeping more clean sheets on home soil than the Bees heading into this weekend’s matches (3). They’ve also lost by a four-goal margin in two of their last four Premier League matches, going down 5-1 at Newcastle and 4-0 at Aston Villa. They hadn’t lost any of their previous 257 league games by 4+ goals before this, while their last two such defeats came over a period of 360 games. Ivan Toney has scored six goals in his last seven Premier League games, accounting for 75% of Brentford’s total in these matches (6/8). Overall, Toney has scored 30% of the Bees’ Premier League goals, the highest percentage of any player for a team in the competition.
Wolves have lost each of their last four Premier League games in London, last losing more consecutively in the capital between September 2010 and November 2011 (6). They remain winless in their last 10 away league games (two draws and eight losses), losing each of their last three. They last went longer without an away Premier League victory between April-December 2010 (11), while the last time they lost more games consecutively on the road in the top-flight was between September-December 2011 (6). Wolves have now gone 15 Premier League games without scoring more than once, netting just five goals in their 12 games this season. It’s their joint-fewest goals scored at this stage of a top-flight campaign, level with 1981-82 when they finished 21st and were relegated.
The away team won both of the Premier League meetings between Brentford and Wolves last season, a 2-0 win at Molineux for the Bees and a 2-1 win for Wolves at the Gtech Community Stadium. Brentford has lost four of their last six league meetings with Wolves, with two of those defeats coming on home soil in March 2017 and January 2022.