Match Preview: Brentford 0-0 Millwall Predictions and Betting Tips 17.04.2021
Brentford – Millwall Predictions & Tips For Today, April 17, 2021.
League: ENGLAND: Championship – Round 42
Match: 12:30 Brentford – Millwall
Tip: Over 1.5 Goals
Match Result: 0:0 LOST
- If Brentford want their automatic promotion place back, the league’s highest scorers (1.78 goals scored on average per match) must win here. As they’re unbeaten in six fixtures, it’s game on, but the ‘Bees’ did draw in four of those matches as well as the reverse fixture (1-1). However they’ve also scored 15 opening league goals inside 30 minutes this term, and will need this zeal as they’ve conceded first in four straight H2Hs (W1, D2, L1).
- Losing just two Championship games here so far (W10, D7, L2), the Bees’ home league matches have averaged 2.84 total goals per game. However, considering that both teams have scored in 57.89% of their home league outings, a high-scoring H2H with over 2.5 goals could be played out – just like in five of the last eight meetings held here (W3, D3, L2).
- Millwall’s last-gasp playoff hunt looks over after they conceded in both halves to lose 3-0 last time out, but the ‘Lions’ do have bite in them and have won five of their previous eight Championship matches by a one-goal margin (L3).
- Despite conceding the first goal in nine (W2, D2, L5) of their 20 league awaydays, Millwall have trailed at HT in just five trips, coming back to claim points in three (W2, D1, L2). Furthermore, as Millwall have scored seven equalisers on the road this Championship campaign, they have it in them to stall Brentford’s promotion push!
- Players to watch: Scoring a 21st-minute equalising penalty in the reverse fixture, Brentford’s 29-goal Ivan Toney has averaged 2.54 average shots per Championship game. Despite not scoring for two matches, Millwall’s nine-goal Jed Wallace netted first in that reverse fixture and has two career goals, two assists and two yellow cards against the hosts from eight matchups (W2, D2, L4).
- Hot stat: Five of the last nine Championship H2Hs were settled by a one-goal margin.