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Brentford - Leeds PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, September 3, 2022.
Kick-off: 15:00 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Brentford – Leeds
TIPS: Under 3.5 Goals | Odds: 1.41@1xbet | Result: 5:2 LOST

Brentford – Leeds Predictions and PREVIEW

  • They may currently be making a mockery of their pre-season tag as one of the favourites to be relegated, but Thomas Frank insists there is still more to come from his Brentford side. The Bees boss says they should “maybe have ten points” based on their performances instead of the six they have, but it would surely help if they had not conceded the first goal in six of their last seven Premier League outings.
  • Brentford have come from behind to draw their two most recent matches, meaning they have the joint most stalemates in the top flight (three) at this early stage of the campaign. They have, though, picked up four of their six points at home, while keeping five clean sheets in seven games and suffering just one defeat in the process (W4, D2).
  • Worryingly, that loss came to opponents here Leeds, who have happy memories of playing at the Brentford Community Stadium, as their last-gasp 2-1 victory on the final day of the 2021/22 season secured their Premier League survival. That is, however, the only win the Yorkshire outfit have picked up in their last five away matches (D2, L2).
  • The Whites are another team defying the bookmakers label as pre-season relegation favourites after losing just one of their opening five top flight fixtures for the first time since 2001/02 (W2, D2). Manager Jesse Marsch admits he’s “really pleased with the direction” in which his side are heading, but is sweating on the fitness of key marksman Rodrigo after he injured his shoulder against Everton on Wednesday.
  • Players to watch: Striker Ivan Toney, who is on two goals this season, has lost just three of the 18 home games in which he has scored for Brentford. Meanwhile Leeds’ Jack Harrison has tasted defeat in just one of six meetings with Brentford (W2, D3), and he scored the winner at this venue in May.
  • Hot stat: There has only been one 0-0 draw in the last 26 meetings between these two sides.