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Brentford - Bournemout PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, September 2, 2023.
Kick-off: 15:00 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Brentford – Bournemout
TIPS: Under 3.5 Goals | Odds: 1.44@Unibet | Result: 2:2 LOST

Brentford – Bournemouth Predictions and Preview

  • After finishing 13th in their debut Premier League (PL) campaign in 2021/22, Brentford are proving it was no fluke they avoided the dreaded ‘second season syndrome’ when finishing ninth last term, having begun this season unbeaten in their opening three league matches (W1, D2). The deal could’ve been sweeter yet for Thomas Frank’s side since they surrendered the lead in both those draws, as they did in midweek Carabao Cup action, but they stepped up to eventually dispatch Newport on penalties.
  • The Bees now return to the hive for their latest top-flight assignment against Bournemouth, where another positive result would see them begin a league season undefeated in their opening four games for only the third time since 2009/10. An outstanding recent home record will aid in that endeavour, having lost just three of their last 26 PL matches at the Gtech Community Stadium (W13, D10).
  • That spells trouble for Bournemouth who’ve only managed a single victory in their last 15 visits to Brentford (D4, L10). They’ve experienced a single victory thus far this campaign too, securing their own League Cup progression with a 3-2 win at Swansea last time out which manager Andoni Iraola will hope serves as a catalyst as he’s yet to taste victory in the PL (D1, L2).
  • That puts the Cherries in jeopardy of going winless in their opening four league games for only the second time since 2012/13. Hitting the road here doesn’t help their cause much either, having won just seven of their last 36 away PL matches (D3, L26), while they remain in the midst of a seven-match winless league run at any venue (D1, L6).
  • Players to watch: All of Mathias Jensen’s five PL goals for Brentford last season came at home, including one in this exact fixture in January (W2-0). Meanwhile, Bournemouth’s Dominic Solanke has scored eight of his last 12 league goals on his travels, which should boost his confidence of finding the net at the Gtech Community Stadium for the second time, after scoring here in the 2020/21 Championship season.
  • Hot stat: Bournemouth have won just two of their last 15 PL away games against London sides (D1, L12).