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Report | November 12
1 - 2
|Phil Foden 45||Ivan Toney 16, 90|
Ivan Toney netted the first goal of the match for Brentford in the 16th minute. Man City's Phil Foden retaliated with an equalizer in the 45th minute. With the scores level, Ivan Toney netted a timely 90th minute goal that proved to be the difference, securing Brentford all three points.
For Man City, Kevin De Bruyne pushed hard to create chances, but his 16 crosses weren't enough to affect the outcome. City couldn't get the win despite dominating the ball, completing 401 more passes than the Bees.
Man City get a shock to their system as they taste defeat for the first time in a while. Meanwhile, Brentford end a frustrating run.
|Ivan Toney||Phil Foden|
|Had 6 shots on target (1st in the Premier League)||Blocked 4 shots (1st in the Premier League)|
|2 goals scored||Took 7 shots (7th in the Premier League)|
Next up, Man City meet Leeds at Elland Road on Wednesday, December 28th. While Brentford take on Tottenham at Brentford Community Stadium on Monday, December 26th. Can City put this disappointment behind them? Will this be the start of a winning streak for the Bees?
Preview | November 12
Man City have won three consecutive Premier League matches and will attempt to defend their streak at the Etihad against Brentford. A positive result would help City to jump ahead of Arsenal and move up into the 1st spot in the table. Man City should feel that type of performance is within their grasp, as they defeated the Bees 2-0 in their last league meeting.
Man City arrive in scintillating form. They have won their last 3 matches. Man City are one of the most attacking teams in the league and the stats back this up. Their average xG (expected goals) of 2.1 is the highest in the league. Kevin De Bruyne will be looking to keep up his fantastic creative work after recording 25 passes into the box in his last 5. Key goal scorer Erling Haaland will be looking to keep it going after scoring 4 goals in their last 5 matches.
The table isn't looking great for Brentford fans. Following some poor results, they've dropped down to 11th. The Bees have lost the possession battle 45% to 55% and the shot battle 45 to 83 over their last 5 matches. Brentford will hope Mathias Jensen's creativity can help following recent struggles. He's been their top setup man this season with three assists (12th in the EPL).
Man City-Brentford Prediction: 3-0
Man City have shown enough recently to make this a comfortable day's work.
Did you know? Brentford's away record this season stands at 0 wins, 3 losses, and 4 draws.
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Report | November 5
2 - 2
|Morgan Gibbs-White 20||Bryan Mbeumo 45 [PK]|
|Mathias Jørgensen 90 [OG]||Yoane Wissa 75|
Morgan Gibbs-White netted the first goal of the match for Forest in the 20th minute after being found by Emmanuel Dennis. Brentford's Bryan Mbeumo retaliated with an equalizer in the 45th minute. With the match tied at 1-1, Brentford's Yoane Wissa broke the tie with a 75th minute strike. However, they weren't able to hold on as Forest got an own goal from Mathias Jørgensen in the 90th minute to secure each team one point.
Neco Williams had a field day, registering 7 crosses, although Ryan Yates was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls. While the passing game was fairly consistent, the Bees had a slight advantage, clocking up 456 completed passes to the Tricky Trees' 416.
Forest's unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Brentford earn their second draw in a row.
|Morgan Gibbs-White||Bryan Mbeumo|
|Took 7 shots (6th in the Premier League)||1 goal scored|
|Had 3 shots on target (15th in the Premier League)||Took 2 shots (1st on their team)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, November 12th. Forest take on Palace at the City Ground, while Brentford meet Man City at the Etihad. Can the Tricky Trees do better next time? Will the Bees start a run of draws?
Report | October 29
1 - 1
|Benjamin Mee 50||Rúben Neves 52|
Benjamin Mee got the opener for Brentford in the 50th minute. Wolves' Rúben Neves retaliated with an equalizer in the 52nd minute, but there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, leading to a share of the spoils.
On a positive note for the Bees, they had a clear advantage in the passing game, racking up 420 completed passes to Wolves' 297. For Wolves, Adama Traoré didn't let the opposition rest, getting 6 crosses into the box, while it was a frustrating game for Diego Costa, who only registered 18 touches of the ball.
Brentford's unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Wolves end their streak of defeats.
|Benjamin Mee||Rúben Neves|
|1 goal scored||1 goal scored|
|Drew 2 fouls (2nd on their team)||Took 4 shots (1st in the game)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, November 5th. Brentford take on Forest at the City Ground, while Wolves meet Brighton at Molineux. Can the Bees do better next time? Will Wolves continue to make strides?
Report | October 23
4 - 0
|Leon Bailey 2|
|Danny Ings 7, 14 [PK]|
|Ollie Watkins 59|
Leon Bailey began the scoring for Villa in the 2nd minute following some good work by Douglas Luiz. Danny Ings then doubled the lead with a goal in the 7th minute. Villa proceeded to tack on two more to easily win this one against Brentford.
Douglas Luiz and Leon Bailey posed a threat out wide all game, each registering 5 crosses, although Ollie Watkins was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls. The Bees had a small but notable advantage in the passing department, racking up 403 completed passes compared to the Villans' 333.
Villa's poor run comes to an end. Meanwhile, Brentford's mixed form continues.
|Leon Bailey||Danny Ings|
|Assisted 1 goal||2 goals scored|
|3 corners won (17th in the Premier League)||1 interception (5th on their team)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, October 29th. Villa will be looking to cause an upset against Newcastle, while Brentford take on Wolves at Brentford Community Stadium. Can this be the start of a winning streak for the Villans? Will the Bees improve their form?
Report | October 19
0 - 0
Honors even in this one, with neither side able to force a breakthrough.
Bryan Mbeumo and Mathias Jensen posed a constant threat from the wide areas, whipping in a total of 5 crosses. For Chelsea, Kai Havertz was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls. The Blues' success on the ball wasn't enough to take the win, drawing despite completing 337 more passes than the Bees.
Brentford's unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Chelsea's run of wins comes to an end.
|David Raya||Kepa Arrizabalaga|
|Earned a clean sheet||Earned a clean sheet|
|Saved 5 shots||Saved 5 shots|
Next up, Brentford take on Villa at Villa Park on Sunday, October 23rd. While Chelsea have a nailbiting game lined up against high-flying Man United on Saturday, October 22nd. Can the Bees do better next time? Will the Blues continue to climb the table?
Report | October 14
2 - 0
Brighton & Hove Albion
|Ivan Toney 27, 64 [PK]|
Ivan Toney opened the score for Brentford in the 27th minute after a set up by Frank Onyeka. Then, Ivan Toney struck again in the 64th minute, leading Brentford to an impressive win over Brighton.
Mathias Jensen was one step ahead, recording 4 interceptions. For Brighton, Pascal Groß pushed hard to create chances, but his 10 crosses weren't enough to affect the outcome. Moisés Caicedo and Adam Webster seemed off the pace defensively, committing 4 fouls in a frustrating game. The Seagulls lost on the day but managed to complete 358 more passes than the Bees, highlighting their technical strength.
Brentford get back in the win column. Meanwhile, Brighton will hope this isn't the start of a losing streak.
|Ivan Toney||David Raya|
|1 penalty won||Earned a clean sheet|
|Drew 5 fouls (7th in the Premier League)||Saved 7 shots|
Next up, Brentford meet fierce rivals Chelsea on Wednesday, October 19th. While Brighton meet Forest at the AMEX on Tuesday, October 18th. Can the Bees win again? Will the Seagulls get out of this rough patch?
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