Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(46) 38 Goals 50 (63)
(32) 25 Assists 34 (50)
(6.5) 6.8 Average Ratings 7 (6.7)
26.5 Average Age 27
183.2 Average Height (cm) 184.8
(0.8) 1.1 Shots pg 1.1 (0.9)
(50%) 49% Aerial Duel Success 51% (53%)
(0.6) 0.6 Dribbles pg 0.8 (0.8)
(1.2) 1.1 Tackles pg 1.2 (1.3)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Frank Onyeka Out 6.37
Sergi Canós Out 6.49
Zanka Doubtful 6.47
Ethan Pinnock Doubtful 6.97
Player Reason Status Rating
Matt Doherty Out 6.96
Japhet Tanganga Out 6.52
Oliver Skipp Out 6.57

Team News

  • Thomas Frank has a couple of injury concerns in defence with both Zanka and Ethan Pinnock expected to miss out.
  • Mads Sorensen replaced the latter at Watford at the weekend and could start at centre-back, though Frank may also bring Mads Roerslev into the XI and start Kristoffer Ajer alongside Pontus Jansson at the heart of the defence.
  • Sergi Canos and Frank Onyeka are absent for the welcome of Tottenham.
  • It's as you were for the Tottenham physio room with Japhet Tanganga, Matt Doherty and Oliver Skipp ruled out.
  • Antonio Conte could make one change to the XI that started the 1-0 loss to Brighton, with Ryan Sessegnon potentially replacing Sergio Reguilon at left wing-back at the Brentford Community Stadium.


  • Brentford secured a late 2-1 win at Watford last time out to make it five wins from their last six. The Bees have all but consolidated a top-flight spot.
  • Spurs put in a laborious display as they fell to a 1-0 home loss to Brighton last time out. Nevertheless, they remain in fourth ahead of their trip across the capital as they seek to earn a third away win on the bounce.
  • Brentford are finding form at just the right time, while Spurs will be looking to get their top-four push back on track. That said, the spoils may be shared in an entertaining London derby.

User Predictions

Comments (14)

  • Brentford unlucky

  • No goal

  • Over 2.5? Tough game for Spurs

  • BBC: Sessegnon starts for Tottenham whereas Norgaard and Ajer out for Brentford.

  • 0-2

  • Brentford have already beaten Arsenal, Chelsea, Wolves, and West Ham (twice) this season and will hoping to continue their excellent recent form with eyes on a top half finish. Brentford's home form has been a bit hit and miss overall and they tend to score more in the second half (scoring 11 of their 20 home goals in the last 30 minutes). Tottenham were shut down by Brighton last week but Brentford are likely to commit more players forwards than Brighton did and both teams will get chances: I expect over 2.5 goals (as others have said). Brentford will score from at least one set piece, perhaps a long throw. Toney and Eriksen are obvious a threat. Tottenham will again try to play out from the back but without Doherty may have to also increasingly go long or rely on Kane dropping deep. If things aren't working Conte should try using Sessegnon and Bergwijn earlier than the 85th minute. Could go either way but I do expect goals. Brentford 2-2 Tottenham

  • 1-3 Spurs.

  • Total goals @t end of the over2.5 goals.

  • Over 2.5 goals

  • draw 1-1 or 2-2

  • If both teams at full ATTACKING strength 1 hour before the game starts: OVER 2.5 AND BTTS

  • Over 2.5 goals.

  • Over 2.5 goals @1.90

  • Will Eriksson control the game? Which spurs team will turn up? Probably a draw, but could be any result. Over 2.5 or btts