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Brentford vs Everton predictions and match preview



brentford vs everton predictions

Brentford and Everton face off at 5:30 p.m. at the GTECH Community Stadium. Below, we will look at some of the top tips and predictions in the upcoming match from three markets,  in a game that Brentford will feel they will have the upper hand in and are strong favourites.

Brentford vs Everton Betting Tips

  • Brentford  @ [5/6 Bet9ja]
  • [Yoanne Wissa to score @ bet9ja
  • Amadou Onana to be carded @bet9ja

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Everton’s gloomy start to continue at the GTECH Community Stadium

Brentford’s start to the season has been quite up and down. Their only win came against Fulham in a 3-0 victory away from home; however, they have not struggled to find the net, with two 2-2 draws already this season.

As for Everton, it has been nothing short of awful, with their only point coming against another struggling team, Sheffield United.

Despite being without striker Ivan Toney, Brentford still sits 7th in the xG (expected goals) table and will not struggle to create chances against Everton’s rather weak backline.

Everton have scored just two goals so far this season, and with that to go along with Brentford’s goals, Everton will really struggle to get anything from the game away from home.

🔹 Brentford vs Everton Bet 1: [Brentford] to win 5/6 [Bet9ja] 🔹

Yoane Wissa to capitalise on Everton struggles

After Ivan Toney was banned for the first half of the season, the big question would be how they would replace his goals.

However, Thomas Frank’s choice of the partnership of Bryan Mbuemo and Yoane Wissa has given them hope that they can continue to score goals.

The duo has registered 12 shots on target between them already, with six each. On top of this, they are averaging an xG of 1.356 per game between them. Wissa has been a constant threat for defences, and despite scoring just two goals this year, he will be determined to add to the tally.

In the three games at the end of the season that Toney was banned for, the duo combined for 20 shots and five goals, for an average of 6.66 shots and 1.66 goals per game.

Everton have already conceded nine goals this season, and that’s without playing the top four teams that have scored the most goals, so Wissa has a great chance to add to his goal tally.

🔹 Brentford vs Everton Bet 2: [Yoane Wissa to score anytime @ [Bet9ja)] 🔹

Amadou Onana to be in referee’s book for the first time this season

Neither Brentford nor Everton have averaged at least 50% possession per game this season; however, in this game, it is expected Brentford will be trying to control the game as Everton sit deep and look for a point.

As for Amadou Onana, he hasn’t yet been carded this season; as for last season, he was carded nine times, the highest out of any Everton player.

On average, Onana commits 1.5 fouls per game, which is a rather high number, and players with it that high are usually the ones that find themselves with the most bookings.

Brentford will most likely be playing their usual 3-man midfield, which could see Everton overloaded at times, and Onana could be cautioned.

🔹 Brentford vs Everton Bet 3: Onana  to be carded @ [Bet9ja] 🔹

Brentford vs Everton Odds

Odds correct at time of publishing and are subject to change.

  •  Odds correct at time of publishing and are subject to change. 
  • Brentford to win @ 5/6
  • Draw @ 27/10
  • Everton to win @ 17/5