They had to settle for a goalless draw at Leeds last time out but had won their three previous league games including back-to-back home wins against Liverpool (3-1) and Bournemouth (2-0). Brentford have been particularly strong on their own patch, with leaders Arsenal the only team to leave with three points this season and Chelsea the only other away team to manage a clean sheet. Thomas Frank’s men can turn on the style at times and as well as their impressive victory over Liverpool, they thrashed Manchester United 4-0 in August and put five goals past Leeds here in September. Looking at the Brentford vs Southampton odds, a home win and over 3. 5 total goals is tempting at 4/1.
Brentford vs Southampton Prediction & Odds | 04/02/2023 | bwinKick-off: 1500, 04/02/2023 Stadium: Gtech Community Stadium Southampton will hope to make up for their Carabao Cup disappointment by easing their relegation fears when they go to Brentford on Saturday. Saints missed out on a trip to Wembley after losing 3-1 on aggregate to Newcastle and have played three cup ties since they were last in Premier League action.
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Last Brentford line-up: Raya, Pinnock, Mee, Ajer, Henry, Norgaard, Jensen, Dasilva, Roerslev, Toney, Mbeumo. Shandon Baptiste has been back in full training after a groin injury, while Pontus Jansson and Frank Onyeka (both hamstring) are “very close” to being available again, but will not feature this weekend. Southampton Odds Southampton’s cup exploits may have been a welcome distraction from their relegation scrap but Tuesday’s 2-1 loss at St James’ Park in the second leg of their semi-final denied them a shot at some silverware.
Their opponents have had two weeks to relax and prepare for this fixture and can make that count so the hosts to be leading at both half-time and full-time at 37/20 is our opening Brentford vs Southampton prediction. Brentford Odds Brentford’s third-round FA Cup exit meant they were not in action last weekend so they should be raring to go here. The rest should have done them good and the Bees will now hope to resume where they left off and extend an eight-match unbeaten run.