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Brighton vs Brentford Predictions

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Over 3.5 Match Goals

Reason for tip

Brighton have been one of the most entertaining teams to watch in the Premier League and their matches are usually full of goals. This could also be the case on Wednesday as visitors Brentford should be positive after their 3-1 win over Luton on Saturday

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Draw 2-2

Reason for tip

Brighton have drawn their last three home league matches and with this likely to be an entertaining encounter, it is worth taking a chance on a 2-2 final score.

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Bryan Mbeumo To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

Bryan Mbeumo is Brentford’s top goalscorer this season and has had 23 shots in his last six games, so he can add to his tally at the Amex

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Brighton vs Brentford Predictions

  • Ten of Brighton’s 14 league games have featured at least four goals
  • Five of Brentford’s last seven outings have seen three or more goals
  • Both teams have scored in 11 of Brighton’s last 13 home league matches

Goals a familiar sight at the Amex

Brighton have been full of the joys of life for much of this season, culminating in them booking a place in the knockout stage of the Europa League, and that has been reflected in some of the football Roberto de Zerbi’s team have been producing.

Entertainment has been plentiful even if some of their results have been a bit nerve-wracking and, a few days after they were involved in a 3-2 defeat at Chelsea, their match against Brentford looks set to be another unmissable clash.

Just four of the Seagulls’ 14 matches have failed to feature at least four goals and they have had plenty of problems keeping clean sheets on their own patch, so that bodes well for neutrals hoping to see a good game when they face the Bees.

Thomas Frank’s side have won four of their last six games, with the two defeats coming against Arsenal and Liverpool, and a return to winning ways with a 3-1 success over Luton on Saturday.

The two away games out of six that they failed to score on the road were at Anfield and Newcastle and with Brighton having not kept a clean sheet at home in the league this season, everything points to plenty of goals at the Amex.

Challengers look tough to separate

Brighton won five of their opening six league matches, but they have tasted victory in just one of their subsequent eight outings, which came at Nottingham Forest on November 25.

Four of their last seven matches have finished in draws, including their last three at the Amex against Liverpool and also perhaps more disappointingly against Fulham and Sheffield United.

Brentford, meanwhile, have scored at least twice in four of their last six games and are likely to be positive, so a 2-2 draw looks a realistic correct-score possibility.

Mbeumo can make his mark

Keep an eye on Brentford’s Bryan Mbeumo at the Amex as he looks to increase his season’s goal tally from six.

The Cameroon international is the Bees’ top goalscorer as he has reacted well to the extra responsibility after Ivan Toney’s suspension and he is not afraid to have a pop at goal, as he has demonstrated in his last six matches in which he has had 24 goal attempts.

It would not be a surprise if one such effort went in this time in what looks set to be an open game.


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