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Prediction Sheffield United vs Brentford – 13/3/2019 Football Betting Tips
Sheffield United are in third place in the English Premier League, only 2 points straight from the Premier League, with 2 points. A victory is an order if teachers and teachers Chris Wilder do not want to fall behind in the extremely stressful race. Asian Handicap : 0.92 : 0:1/2 : 0.97 Sheffield Utd is showing its great determination to compete for a direct promotion ticket this season. The current host players rank third on the Rankings with 68 points and chase after the top two teams. The gap against the second-placed Leeds Utd is 2 points and 4 points against Norwich’s leading team. When the season still has 10 more rounds to bring down the screen, Sheffield Utd still has many opportunities to surpass the two teams above him, when the score gap is not too much. The problem now is that the host players need to continue to maintain their stable performance as well as their desire for promotion. The last time fans saw Sheffield Utd blankly was a 0-1 defeat to Swansea on January 20. Since then the homeowners have been unbeaten in 8 matches, including 5 victories. Notably, 4 out of 5 victories were taken by Sheffield Utd at their home. Exactly, the army of Chris Wilder’s coach has a record of winning the last 7 home games in the framework of the First Division in both professional and Asian competitions. Brentford, Sheffield United’s rival, is also in good shape. They have gradually escaped from the dangerous area. The last 7/9 victories helped Thomas Frank’s teachers jump a circuit from the dangerous area to the current 13th, with 49 points, 15 points from the relegation zone. However, in the troop shipment to Bramall Lane’s yard this match, in the hands of coach Thomas Frank has no strongest squad. He lost at least 5 players because of injury. Moreover, Brentford is also very weak when they have to be guests. From the beginning of the season, Brentford only won exactly 2 matches they played as the visitors. In their 60 goals, they only scored 20 away goals, only half of their home ground. With a very good form at home with 5 consecutive wins and a more uniform team, the victory is at the hands of teachers and coach Chris Wilder in this match, especially when Brentford plays very badly every time. home, as evidenced by the fact that they have only won 2 away games from the start of the season. See More : Online Sports Betting Odds Over/Under:0.98 : 2.5-3 : 0.91 Total goals scored by Sheffield United and Brentford in the First Division are now 121, with 61 on the home team. This is the match between the two names of the most impressive public goods and the candle tournament is promised to appear many tables. With Brentford, the club’s recent period has always exploded, as the goals scored well and the defense kept bad. Writing 3, 4 or 5 goals in a match with this club does not seem to be difficult, but at the same time they can hardly keep the net. Considering 10 away games, Brentford scored poorly and also conceded 9/10 matches. believes that this match will have many goals and choosing Over door is a reasonable option See More : Football Betting Tips First half odd bet:0.94*0-0,5*0.84 First half odds over/under bet: 0.9 *1*0.8 Predicting Lineups: Sheffield United: Dean Henderson, John Egan, Enda Stevens, Martin Cranie, Kieron Freeman, John Fleck, Oliver Norwood, Kieran Dowell, Marvin Johnson, David McGoldrick, Billy Sharp. Brentford: Daniel Bentley, Chris Mepham, Yoann Barbet, Ezri Konsa Ngoyo, Josh McEachran, Romaine Sawyers, Lewis MacLeod, Sergi Canos, Henrik Dalsgaard, Neal Maupay, Ollie Watkins. Prediction Full Time : Sheffield United 2-1 Brentford (Choose Sheffield United and Over)

West Brom v Brentford Championship Preview
The 8pm UK kickoff time fixture on Monday Night Football in the English Championship sees London based Brentford head to the Hawthorns to face West Bromich Albion for the 20th game in the league for both sides. West Brom are looking for another victory to extend a 3-game winning streak that has seen victories away at Swansea and Ipswich and a home win over Leeds. Thomas Frank’s Brentford are the opposite of West Brom as they have no wins in the last 3 games. Darren Moore and his troops have their sights firmly fixed on an immediate return to the Premier League after a lack luster campaign in the Premier League last term saw them finish last on the table. The Baggies did undergo a mini revival of sorts in the closing weeks of the season under the leadership of Daren Moore but it was too late to have a major impact on their destiny. West Brom have had a very solid start to the season until they hit a rough patch in late October through to early November where they lost 3 games in 4 to Wigan, Derby and Hull, only getting a draw at home to Blackburn. Since that 0-1 loss to Hull in early November, the Baggies have followed up with 3 quick victories to rise up to 4th, 6 points behind league leaders Norwich and with a game in hand. If they beat Brentford, they will move up to 3rd just three points behind the Canaries and 2 points outside automatic qualification places. West Brom are an efficient team at home having picked up 8 wins out of 11 games at home in all competitions after the opening day 1-2 loss to Bolton Wanderers at the Hawthorns. Brentford are in disarray are in a poor run of form. The club’s erstwhile manager Dean Smith left to join Aston Villa in October. His assistant, Thomas Frank replaced him and has only won one game and lost the other 6 under his guidance. The Bees only have one win in the last 13 in all competitions and have dropped to 18th in league, just 4 points above the bottom three and in real danger of being relegated if things don’t improve. Brentford’s only win this season was a 4-2 win over League One side Southend United in a first round Carabao Cup tie in August. They have only taken 1 point out of the last 18 on their travels and are one of only 3 teams yet to win away in the Championship this season. The Bees are yet to keep a clean sheet in the last 9 and have also failed to win on any of their 9 trips to the Hawthorns in all competitions. Team News Julian Jeanvier is out for Brentford due to a foot injury while it’s also unlikely that Ollie Watkins, Kamohelo Mokotjo, Marcus Forss and Said Benrahma will feature. Mokotjo and Benrahma are both dealing with ankle injuries while Forss picked up a knock recently. West Brom will be missing the services of defender Kyle Bartley while Dwight Gayle on loan from Newcastle is pushing for a recall in place of Robson Hal-Kanu. Gayle and Jay Rodriguez both have 9 goals and lead the goal scoring chart for the Baggies. Verdict West Brom have one of the best home records in the league this season while Brentford have failed to win away from home since the April 1-0 win over Nottingham Forest last season. Anything but a West Brom win on Monday will be considered a huge upset.

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