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Tottenham v Brentford: Odds, predictions, team news & more

Tottenham host London rivals Brentford and will be bidding to bolster their top-four aspirations while the Bees still have work to do to ease their relegation fears.

Spurs have excelled on their own patch this term by winning seven of their 10 home league games, whereas Brentford have been plagued on their travels, picking up only seven points from nine away games.

The pair shared the spoils in a four-goal thriller at the Gtech Community Stadium on the opening weekend of the Premier League season and in recent times it has been a fixture filled with entertainment.

Tottenham v Brentford Odds

Tottenham - 13/20
Draw - 16/5
Brentford - 15/4

TV channel and how to watch Tottenham v Brentford

The match will be shown live on TNT Sports 2 in the UK. 

Tottenham v Brentford kick-off time and venue

The game will be played at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with a kick-off time of 19:30 GMT on Wednesday 31st January 2024.

Tottenham v Brentford Bet Builder 

Tottenham to win - 13/20
Both teams to score - 8/15 
Richarlison to score at any time - 11/8

Bet Builder – 4/1


Tottenham to win - 13/20

Tottenham remain in the top-four conversation despite having been severely depleted in recent months and having creative influence James Maddison back in contention will be a big boost to Ange Postecoglou’s side.

Maddison may not be ready to start from the beginning but nevertheless, Spurs are still performing exceptionally well and they have lost only one of their last six league games.

That defeat came in a 4-2 reverse at Brighton, while their only other dropped points in that period came during a 2-2 draw at Manchester United, where they were by far the better team.

At home, however, Spurs have been pretty formidable and they have claimed maximum points in seven of their ten league matches in north London.

Postecoglou’s men have defeated United, Liverpool and Newcastle on their own patch this term and they can add a severely weakened Brentford side to their hit list.

The Bees have Ivan Toney back leading their line but there are still some notable absentees, including Bryan Mbeumo, Yoane Wissa and Christian Norgaard, which could leave them vulnerable.

Brentford have struggled on their travels and have lost four consecutive away games, which includes trips to struggling duo Sheffield United and Crystal Palace. 

Both teams to score - 8/15 

While Tottenham are fancied to make home advantage count, keeping Brentford at bay may be beyond them.

Both teams have scored in the last three meetings between the pair and that trend is expected to continue given Spurs have also seen the net bulge at both ends in eight of their 10 home league games.

For all their recent struggles defensively, Brentford have still proved potent in the final third and both teams have scored in eight of their last nine matches in all competitions.

Richarlison to score at any time - 11/8

With star man Heung-min Son away on international duty, Richarlison has stepped up to the plate and has been scoring the goals to help fill the void.

The Brazilian has netted six goals in his last six Premier League appearances and that includes in Tottenham’s last three home league games, all of which resulted in wins against Newcastle, Everton and Bournemouth.

In only 18 appearances this season, Richarlison has racked up seven goals and three assists, so it seems likely that he could deliver another match-winning performance against the Bees.

Tottenham Team News

Spurs skipper Son remains on Asian Cup duty with South Korea, while Yves Bissouma is still away at the Africa Cup of Nations with Mali.

Pape Sarr is set to return from AFCON with Senegal now knocked out of the competition, but this match may come too soon for him.

Alejo Veliz, Manor Solomon and Giovani Lo Celso are sidelined through injury but Maddison returned as a substitute in the FA Cup defeat to Manchester City last Friday and will be pushing for a start.

Brentford Team News

Loanee Sergio Reguilon is ineligible to face his parent club, with fellow full-backs Rico Henry and Aaron Hickey among several players out injured for Bees.

Thomas Frank must also manage without sidelined trio Mbeumo, Norgaard and Kevin Schade while Wissa, Saman Ghoddos and Frank Onyeka are all away on international duty.

Tottenham v Brentford Stats

Tottenham have won seven of their ten home league games this season and both teams have scored in eight of those outings.

The net has bulged at both ends in the last three league meetings between this pair, with four goals netted on each occasion.

Brentford have suffered defeat in six of their last eight away league games, losing four on the spin.

Both teams have scored in each of Brentford’s last six matches and they are without a clean sheet in 12.

Tottenham v Brentford Head-to-Head

Tottenham wins2
Brentford wins1

This article was written by a partner sports writer via Spotlight Sports Group. All odds displayed on this page were correct at the time of writing and are subject to withdrawal or change at any time.

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