Brentford – Liverpool Tip, Prediction & Odds – 25/09/2021 Premier League

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Brentford FC vs. Liverpool FC

David against Goliath, underdog against favourite, promoted against multiple champions. The clash between Brentford FC and Liverpool FC on Matchday 5 of the Premier League is music to the ears of football romantics. At 6:30 pm, the Bees, who have started well, will welcome the Reds, who have started even better. Quite a few fans in England will be rooting for the league newcomers. Our prediction for the match can be found in the following Brentford vs Liverpool tip.

Brentford are in ninth place with eight points after five games. This is a decent result for the Bees, who are celebrating their debut season in the Premier League this season. Now a big highlight awaits with the top team from Liverpool. The Reds are joint top of the table with Chelsea FC after five matchdays. The two clubs have exactly the same number of points and goal difference, which is why they share first place. In the direct comparison, the teams separated with a 1-1 draw.

Brentford – Liverpool Info

 – Date & Time: 25/09/2021, at 18:30.
 – Venue: London, Brentford Community Stadium (17,250 spectators).
 – Competition: Premier League, Matchday 6
 – TV broadcast: Sky

Brentford Form & Balance Check

Brentford FC presented themselves as unpleasant to play against in their first games of the season. This lesson was learned directly by the great FC Arsenal in the opening game. The crisis-ridden Gunners fell flat on their face in Brentford’s first game of the season and conceded a 2-0 defeat. The Bees were not cannon fodder in the following game either, picking up five points from their next four games. With only one defeat from the first five games of the season, Brentford are currently in a very good position.

Second win of the season at Wolverhampton

In the most recent match Brentford had to play Wolverhampton Wanderers. Against last year’s thirteenth-placed team, the Bees were able to record their second win of the season despite being 25 minutes short. Toney scored his second goal of the season from the penalty spot on the half-hour mark and Mbeumo made it 2-0 a little later. Baptiste was shown the red card in the second half, but Brentford still managed to hold on to the lead. Now they want to upset the great Liverpool FC on Saturday.

Brentford facts & analysis
 – Two wins and only one defeat from five games.
 – Currently ninth in the Premier League
 – Only conceded two goals

Liverpool form & balance

LFC have made a near perfect start to this season. Of their first seven competitive matches in league, cup and Champions League, Liverpool have won six (five times with three goals of their own), with only the draw against reigning CL winners Chelsea marginally diminishing their record. Accordingly, the Reds continue to move in step with the Blues at the top of the table, with the two teams curiously recording exactly the same results so far.

Rotation plan at Liverpool?

At the moment Liverpool have had their second English week in a row and have to play three times again next week. In the 3-0 cup win at Norwich on Tuesday, Klopp therefore already relied on stress management on a grand scale. Nine fresh players were rotated into the first eleven compared to the last league match against Crystal Palace, only left-back Tsimikas and newcomer Konate remained in the team. In view of the upcoming Champions League match in Porto, we can therefore expect some changes again on Saturday against Brentford.

Liverpool facts & analysis
 – Only one goal conceded
 – Still unbeaten this season
 – Six wins from first seven competitive games

Predicted line-up – last update on 23 September 2021

For Brentford, Onyeka is likely to replace the suspended Baptiste. Forss could make a case for himself in the cup with a four-pointer and could be an exciting option as a wild card. In midfield, former Bochum man Vitaly Janelt is assured of his place. For Liverpool, Alexander-Arnold and Firmino could return, but we don’t see them in the starting eleven yet. Otherwise, the starting line-up is likely to be largely similar to the last league game against Crystal Palace, with Klopp also having a few options on the bench.

Brentford – Liverpool direct comparison & Statistics

The direct comparison between Brentford and Liverpool is surprisingly quite even, however, this can be quickly explained by looking at the data of the previous matches. For all ten duels between the two teams date back to the years 1935-1947, when the Premier League was not yet called the Premier League. For the sake of completeness, however, the record should not be omitted here either. Liverpool have won four games so far, Brentford three. A further three games have ended in draws.

Liverpool FC have not conceded a goal on their opponents’ pitch this season.
 – Liverpool FC have scored in each of their last 18 matches.
 – A look at Brentford FC: Ivan Toney is the top scorer with 2 goals. Mohamed Salah scored 4 times for Liverpool FC.
 – Brentford FC score on average 1.82 goals in home matches and Liverpool FC score on average 2.21 goals in away matches (average).
 – Liverpool FC have not lost any of their last 9 matches.

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