Brentford v Luton Town Match Preview & Best Odds

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Brentford v Luton Town Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 3pm, Saturday 2nd December 2023

 

Luton Town got their first ever Premier League win at Kenilworth Road last weekend when they edged past Crystal palace to the tune of 2-1 and they will be looking to make it two wins on the bounce when they travel to Brentford on Saturday afternoon.

Luton may have struggled to find their feet in their first ever Premier League campaign but after thirteen rounds of fixtures they sit four points clear of the bottom three in the league table. This is as good as the fans will have realistically hoped for at this stage of the campaign and there’s every reason for them to be optimistic ahead of their short journey to the GTech Community Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Indeed, not since 1991/92 has Kenilworth Road witnessed a top-flight win and having ended a six-game winless run in the Premier League, Rob Edward’s side won’t return to the bottom three even if they come off second-best in West London at the weekend, 18th-placed Sheffield United sitting four points below the Hatters.  Nevertheless, Luton are still searching for their first clean sheet of the season and it’s hard to envisage this coming against a Brentford side which have found the net more than any other side in the bottom half of the table.

Brentford sit in the lower half of the league table on goal difference alone, the Bees sitting level on points with 10th-placed Chelsea ahead of this weekend’s round of fixtures. Having strung together a three-game winning run – including two derby wins over West Ham United and Chelsea – the Bees lost two on the bounce against Liverpool and Arsenal with no goals scored in either of these. Nevertheless, we envisage Brentford returning to winning ways against Luton Town at the weekend and potentially hauling themselves out of the bottom half of the Premier League table.

 

Back Brentford to win-to-nil at best odds of 6/4