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Brentford – Crystal Palace Predictions and Tips For Today

Brentford - Crystal Palace PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Betting Tips for Today, February 12, 2022.
Kick-off: 16:00 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Brentford – Crystal Palace
TIPS: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.44@1xbet | Result: 0:0 LOST

Brentford – Crystal Palace PREVIEW

  • A fine start to the season saw Brentford flying high, but a run of seven losses across their last eight Premier League (PL) games has clipped the ‘Bees’ wings’. A relegation battle now seems possible for Brentford unless they can rediscover their form, so a visit from a similarly out-of-sorts Crystal Palace side for the first time since 1977 – and one that hasn’t won an away London PL derby in seven attempts – could provide a timely boost.
  • Much of Brentford’s recent woes have been due to their inability to strike first, and it’s now 11 PL games in-a-row in which they’ve conceded the opening goal (W2, D1, L8)! They’ve also conceded first in a league-high nine PL home games, but haven’t lost yet at the Brentford Community Stadium when striking the first blow (W2, D1), and with only one of their games here this season ending in a draw, the first goal could actually decide the victor of this match.
  • While Palace may not be in any immediate danger of being sucked into a relegation battle, their league form certainly isn’t pulling up any trees (W1, D3, L3). A hard-fought point at Norwich in midweek extended their winless league run to four games (D2, L2) with draws being the name of the game for Patrick Vieira’s side this season (ten) – surrendering a lead in six of those.
  • Six seems the not so magic number for Palace who are winless across their last six PL away games (D3, L3) whilst one more such outing would mark their worst away league run since a ten-game run in 2017. With 69% of Palace’s PL goals coming after the break, a late showing could be needed to claim three vital points here.
  • Players to watchBryan Mbeumo has netted the decisive goal in nine of his last 11 Brentford goalscoring appearances, while Palace’s Wilfried Zaha returned from AFCON with a stunner against Norwich. That equaliser aside, his five other PL goals this season have been game openers.
  • Hot stat: Brentford (ten) and Palace (11) have conceded the first and second most PL goals between the 31st minute and half-time this season.