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Brentford vs Luton Town Prediction, Tips & Stats

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          Brentford vs Luton Town Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Two sides struggling for form in the 2023/24 Premier League season will clash down in the bottom half of the table with neither side heading towards the Christmas break pleased about their campaigns so far with Brentford welcoming Luton Town.

          As expected, Luton are down in the bottom four, although they are not in the relegation zone after Everton's 10-point deduction took them down into the bottom three and pushed the Hatters out of it.

          Nevertheless, they are still in woeful form and have just two wins on the board in the Premier League, beating Crystal Palace in their last outing. Jacob Brown and Teden Menghi were the heroes in that game with both goals coming in the final 27 minutes of the match, and this was also Luton's first and only ever home win in Premier League history. What's more, in what is now quite an ironic look back on the game, Luton's only other Premier League win was in a victory at Goodison Park.

          Brentford's season has gone quite under the radar, as they sit with only four wins and a seven-point gap on Luton. In fact, a loss here would start to concern fans ahead of the hectic Christmas period, and although a relegation battle is unlikely, this is by far Brentford's worst start to a Premier League season since earning promotion a few years back.

          Thomas Frank's side lost to Arsenal at home last time out and suffered a 3-0 defeat to Liverpool before that. However, throughout October and early November, Frank's side managed to beat Burnley, Chelsea and West Ham United in succession.

          BTTS in both halves, each team 2+ corners in each half and each team 20+ booking points is all the way up at 150/1 and Luton Town to win, BTTS, each team 4+ corners and each team 20+ booking points is also at 50/1.

          You can also get odds of 14/1 for Brentford to win, BTTS, each team 4+ corners and each team 20+ booking points and 11/4 for BTTS, each team 1+ corners in each half and each team 10+ booking points. Bryan Mbeumo 2+ shots on target is also boosted to 1/1 - Mbeumo has had 6 shots on target in his last three home league matches, while 2+ shots on target each team in each half is at 6/1.

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          Brentford team news

          Brentford are one of the most injury-hit teams in the league right now, and they are still without Aaron Hickey until early January. Kevin Schade and Nathan Collins are nearing returns but won't do so until around Christmas time, but Joshua Dasilva and Mikkel Damsgaard are within touching distance of full fitness. Time is also closing in on a return for Ivan Toney, but he is still seven weeks away. Rico Henry is out for the season, and Mathias Jensen and Mads Rasmussen have seemingly passed fitness tests for this match.

          Luton Town team news

          .Luton continues to rack up injuries and will be without Mads Andersen, Dan Potts and Reece Burke until just before Christmas it seems. Sambi Lokonga is facing a late fitness test but is unlikely to feature after a few weeks on the sidelines. Cauley Woodrow and Issa Kabore could return to action, however, but Marvelous Nakamba will miss this game.