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Apart from that, Brentford did well to hold on to important players like David Raya and Christian Norgaard. However, Spanish winger Sergi Canos, well-regarded among the Brentford faithful, moved to Olympiacos on loan. Southampton, on the other hand, are 20th in the league table, two points behind 17th-placed Wolverhampton Wanderers. Unlike Brentford, they were extremely active in January as they aim to rise up the league table.
Attacker Che Adams scored the goal for Southampton. Brentford vs Southampton Head-to-Head and Key Numbers In seven head-to-head encounters between the two sides, Brentford have won three games, lost two and drawn two. Striker Ivan Toney has 16 goal contributions in 18 league starts for Brentford. Cameroon international Bryan Mbeumo has five goal contributions in 20 league starts for Brentford. Midfielder James Ward-Prowse has seven goal contributions in 20 league starts for Southampton.
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Brentford vs Southampton Prediction and Betting Tips | 4th February 2023Brentford are set to play Southampton at the Gtech Community Stadium on Saturday in the English Premier League. Brentford come into this game on the back of a 0-0 draw against Jesse Marsch's Leeds United in the league. Brentford failed to register a shot on target. Southampton, on the other hand, lost 2-1 to Eddie Howe's Newcastle United in the second leg of the semi-final of the EFL Cup. A first-half brace from midfielder Sean Longstaff sealed the deal for Newcastle United, who had Brazilian midfielder Bruno Guimaraes sent off in the second-half.
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