Brentford Betting Odds

Brentford were in League Two in 2009 but after promotion to the Premier League in 2021, the Bees have been a formidable Premier League team and caused a number of top sides issues under Thomas Frank. The Bees finished 13th in their first season, 9th in their second and struggled considerably more - fighting relegation in their third season where they were without top goalscorer Ivan Toney for the most part of the campaign. Toney scored 32 Premier League goals in his first two seasons and it is those goals that they severely missed in 2023/24.

Brentford Match Betting Odds

Brentford are extremely inconsistent when it comes to betting on individual matches, they started the season off well with only Newcastle United beating them in their first five games. They had an eighteen game spell where they won just two games but in previous seasons, they have done the double over Manchester City while losing to relegated sides - a baffling side but a very exciting team to watch because you never know what to expect pre-match. Brentford odds will typically have them as favourites against most teams in mid-table but whatever the odds show, they will likely be goals and that is often the best bet for Brentford games.

Brentford Transfer Betting

Brentford aren't a team that you typically associate with big money moves but perhaps it's time to start. The club broke their transfer record three times during the 2023/24 season, first with the signing of Kevin Schade, then with the signing of Nathan Collins and then a third signing - which has gone massively under the radar in football, the signing of Club Brugge top goalscorer - Igor Thiago for a whopping 33 million euros.

Will this limit Brentford's spending power or have consecutive seasons in the top division made Brentford a force in the financial markets? We believe that you will start to see Brentford appear more in UK transfer bets as they look to claim a place in the top half of the Premier League.

Betting on Brentford in Domestic Cups

Brentford's inconsistency continues into cup games. In the last two seasons, they have dropped out of both competitions, the EFL Cup and the FA Cup at the third round stage. However, in previous seasons they have performed well in those competitions, making the EFL Cup Semi Final in 2021, losing out to Jose Mourinho's Tottenham Hotspur and the EFL Cup quarter finals the following year where they were knocked out to Chelsea. In both years, they lost out to the losing finalist.

As for upcoming seasons, you start to look at the manager and realise that Brentford are unlikely to push for cup competitions for a number of years, it doesn't appear that they believe they can win the competition and they play weakened sides in September and January because of that.

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