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After a sensational win over Chelsea last weekend, Brentford now go up against more London opposition and with a second capital derby in as many weekends, the Bees will be aiming to buzz once again.
Standing in the way of a second successive league win are David Moyes’ West Ham side and with the Hammers boosting their European hopes last Sunday, they know another maximum haul is required on Sunday.
Continue reading for our full match preview and expert football betting tips.
After making light work of Chelsea last weekend, the expectation will be for Brentford to do the same to West Ham on Sunday and although the hosts will be on a high, the Hammers could well burst their bubble.
Something I have taken into consideration when looking at all the biggest and best betting sites and although backing Brentford to win may be a step too far, I have a feeling that they will at least open the scoring.
Which means if you want to join me in backing the Bees to go 1-0 up, you can do so at odds of 11/10 (SportNation) and when you consider the form that Christian Eriksen is in right now, that does not look like a bad bet at all.
Not even the most ardent Brentford fan could have envisaged the outcome of last Saturday’s trip to Chelsea and after recording a stunning 4-1 win over the champions of Europe, Thomas Frank’s men have taken a huge step towards Premier League safety.
Mathematically they are not there yet, but when looking at the plight of the teams that are currently in the bottom three and the gap that Brentford have over Watford - 11 points, it is hard to see how the Hornets end up stinging the Bees.
However, the man in charge of Brentford will be aware that they are not over the line yet and now he will have to make sure that their win over Chelsea, is not only the exception but the start of a new rule at Brentford.
A rule that has largely been written by Christian Eriksen and with the Danish international being given the license to roam around midfield, he has been responsible for pulling all of Brentford’s strings.
While a nod should also go to forward Ivan Toney and although the former Peterborough forward could not get on the scoresheet at the weekend, he was instrumental in giving the Chelsea defence a torrid time.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of West Ham, there are no new injury concerns for manager Thomas Frank to deal with and this means he could name an unchanged starting eleven at the weekend.
After starting last Sunday afternoon lying 8th, West Ham found themselves as the odd team out in the Premier League’s race for Europe. However, their situation would soon change for the better.
A situation that changed courtesy of their 2-1 home win over Everton and with David Moyes masterminding a victory over one of his former employers, it also meant that the Hammers moved up to 6th.
That result means that West Ham not only leapfrogged Wolves once again, but they also sit above Manchester United and although the Hammers may have played a game more than the Red Devils, that means very little right now.
Because if West Ham keep doing their bit, it will only ask more questions of the other United and although their Europa League campaign has the ability to take priority at this stage of the season, they might just have the personnel to succeed on both fronts.
A lot will depend on the collection of league points in the final two months of the season and perhaps more importantly, keeping their biggest names fresh. If this combination can be found, then West Ham may be doing a lot of celebrating in May.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Brentford, manager David Moyes will already have been boosted by the return of Jarrod Bowen and apart from the long-term absence of Angelo Ogbonna, there are no new concerns for the Scot to worry about.
However, midfielder Manuel Lanzini is only one booking away from a suspension and is now walking a defensive tightrope.
Although this is not necessarily a feisty London derby, it is still a keenly contested one all the same and with only one Premier League clash taking place previously, it was Brentford who earned a 2-1 win at the London Stadium last October.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Brentford have won on 16 occasions, West Ham 22 and there have been 11 draws
The Brentford Community Stadium opened in 2020 and holds up to 18,250 supporters
With the Brentford Community Stadium opening only two years ago, the Premier League’s newest members also play their football at the Premier League’s newest stadium and on their first night in the competition, Bees’ supporters would be treated to a memorable evening.
One that saw Thomas Frank’s men get the better of Arsenal and with Brentford recording a 2-0 win in front of their own supporters, it was a result that announced their arrival in English football’s top flight.
When it comes to the Premier League relegation market, Brentford are now as long as 33/1 (888sport) to go down and after their win over Chelsea last Saturday, there are arguably better bets to place right now.
While when it comes to West Ham, there are two markets of interest and if they win at Brentford on Sunday, their odds in both the top-six finish and without big six markets will only shorten further.