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Fulham vs Brentford Predictions

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Brentford

Both Teams To Score

Reason for tip

The Cottagers have only failed to score in one of their last 12 home games and they drew that blank against a Nottingham Forest side pushing for promotion when they themselves had already booked their place in the Premier League. Brentford have scored six goals in just two games so far, while both teams to score has been a winning bet in seven of their last eight league trips and they haven’t managed a clean sheet on the road since September so we’re expecting both teams to make a breakthrough.

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Draw 2-2

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Brentford should be full of confidence after picking up four points from two games so far, and an entertaining 2-2 draw appeals in the correct score market. Both of these sides have already been involved in a 2-2 draw this term, while Fulham averaged exactly two goals per-game at home in the Championship last season and the Bees have scored at least twice in five of their last seven competitive away games.

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Josh Dasilva To Score Anytime

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Brentford midfielder Josh Dasilva looks a good contender for an anytime goal. The 23-year-old has scored in each of Brentford’s games so far and could be set for a big season after an injury-hit campaign last time out.

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Fulham vs Brentford Predictions

  • Fulham scored twice against Liverpool in their last home game.
  • The Cottagers have only failed to score in one of their last 12 at home.
  • Both teams have scored in seven of Brentford’s last eight away games in the league and they haven’t managed a clean sheet on their travels since September 2021.
  • Josh Dasilva has two goals in two games for the Bees.

Fulham and Bees face off in a London derby

Fulham and Brentford meet in a London derby on Saturday and both sides will be looking to continue their fine starts to the new season.

The Cottagers earned a point against Liverpool at home in their season opener before following that up with another draw at Wolves, while they were unlucky not to snatch all three at Molineux as Aleksandr Mitrovic saw a late penalty saved.

Brentford make the four-mile trip to Craven Cottage on the back of a huge result as they dismantled Manchester United 4-0 last weekend, having fought back to secure a 2-2 draw at Leicester in their season opener.

Goals could be on the agenda in West London

Given the way Fulham handled themselves in that 2-2 draw with Liverpool and the fact the Bees come into this one after thumping United, picking out a result is a tough task here but I do expect both teams to find a way through.

The Cottagers have only failed to score in one of their last 12 home games and they drew that blank against a Nottingham Forest side pushing for promotion when they themselves had already booked their place in the Premier League.

Brentford have scored six goals in just two games so far, while both teams to score has been a winning bet in seven of their last eight league trips and they haven’t managed a clean sheet on the road since September so I’m expecting both teams to make a breakthrough.

Spoils could be shared

Fulham went down with barely a whimper the last time they were in the top flight but their performances in these early stages of the season suggest they can compete this time around.

Brentford should be full of confidence after picking up four points from two games so far, and an entertaining 2-2 draw appeals in the correct score market. Both of these sides have already been involved in a 2-2 draw this term, while Fulham averaged exactly two goals per-game at home in the Championship last season and the Bees have scored at least twice in five of their last seven competitive away games.

Mitrovic stands out as a possible scorer for Fulham despite his spot kick miss at Wolves but at a big price Brentford midfielder Josh Dasilva looks a good contender for an anytime goal. The 23-year-old has scored in each of Brentford’s games so far and could be set for a big season after an injury-hit campaign last time out.


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