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Tottenham vs Brentford Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (8') H. Kane
      • (50') B. Mbeumo
      • (62') B. Mbeumo
      • (88') Y. Wissa
      • (45') Y. Bissouma
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      • (68') R. Henry

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          Tottenham vs Brentford Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Another London derby this season takes place with just two games to go as Tottenham Hotspur welcome Brentford to north London with both sides now mathematically incapable of making it into the top five this campaign.

          Despite both winning last weekend, Spurs are now sitting behind the top five by eight points with just two games left on the clock. It means they can only finish as high as sixth, but they will need to hope Brighton & Hove Albion drop numerous points in their final three games of the campaign too.

          Spurs did get their 17th win the other week against Crystal Palace in what was the end of a run of four games without a victory. However, they were once again beaten by Aston Villa over the weekend and now head into this game with just 57 points and 13 losses - it means this is guaranteed to be Spurs' lowest finish in over a decade.

          Worse yet, the north London club only sit ahead of Fulham by four points in the table and the Bees are coming into this one with hopes of getting into the top eight this campaign.

          It's been another sensational season for Brentford and they will finish in the top 10 because of their gap of 10 points on Chelsea, who only have nine left to play for. They will hope to keep Fulham off their back who sit just behind them, although Thomas Frank's men do have this tough game to play before a visit of Manchester City.

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          Brentford team news

          This will be the first game of plenty that Brentford have to play without Ivan Toney after his 8-month ban rules him out of action until 2024 - the first game Toney can play is the weekend of January 16th.

          Pontus Jansson is out for this one ang will face a late fitness test ahead of getting into this one. Keane Lewis-Potter is also out of action here and may be for the final game of the season too. Thomas Strakosha and Christian Norgaard are ruled out for this one as well and we will now see Bryan Mbeumo and Yoane Wissa start up top for Brentford after the suspension of Toney.

          Spurs team news

          In what is the final home game of the season, Harry Kane may start for the final time in front of his own fans. Ryan Sessegnon is still out for a number of weeks and won't play again this campaign, while Eric Dier and Japhet Tanganga are also out of action in this match. Rodrigo Bentancur is also out for quite a long time. Richarlison may get a start in this one and we will also see Fraser Forster in goal once more after the injury to Hugo Lloris ruled him out for the rest of the season.

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