Brentford FC - Swansea City AFC betting tip & odds comparison 29.05.2021
Matchday 0 in the Playoffs features the clash between Brentford FC and Swansea City at Wembley Stadium. The referee for this fixture (May 29, 2021 at 4:00 PM) will be Chris Kavanagh. In our preview of Brentford FC vs. Swansea City, you will receive all the important details and facts about this Playoffs fixture. We will begin with an analysis of the current form of the two teams.
Brentford FC emerged the winner in 2 of their last 5 league games (2 wins, 0 draws, 3 defeats. In 1 games on home turf in the current Playoffs season 2020/2021 Championship, Brentford FC have won 1 times, with 0 matches ending in a draw, and 0 games ending in defeat (Goal difference 3:1).
In their last 5 Playoffs fixtures, Swansea City have won 2 games (2 wins, 1 draw, 2 defeats). In all previous Playoffs matches away from home, Swansea City have a positive record: 1 win, 0 draws and 0 defeats - Goal difference 1:0.
A head-to-head comparison of the two teams in their last five Playoffs clashes shows that Brentford FC managed to get 2 wins, while in 1 match, Swansea City snatched the three points. In 2 encounters between the two teams, the points were shared. If we solely focus on the home record of Brentford FC against Swansea, the stats are as follows: 2 wins Brentford FC, 1 draw and 2 wins for Swansea City.
Brentford vs Swansea, Championship Playoffs Final, 29.05.2021
It is the richest game in World football and £180million fortune will be on the line when Brentford and Swansea trade tackles at Wembley for a place amongst the elites in the English Premiership.
We will explore betting odds provided by Betwinner Review for our betting predictions.
Brentford have somewhat made a reputation for themselves as the nearly men of the Championship playoffs after having failed nine times to secure promotion to the Premier League through the system.
The Bees qualifies have not played in the top flight since 1947 and a win against Swansea will assuage all the Heartache of the previous failure. They will be particularly confident of their chances, after completing a remarkable comeback against 10 man Bournemouth in the semi-final.
Bournemouth led from the first leg and took the lead in the second leg. However, the Bees fought through goals from Ivan Toney, Vitaly Janelt and Marcuss Forss who hauled their side back into the Driver seat in the tie.
Brentford surely will be taking a great deal of confidence from this and hope for such an assured performance against Swansea City in the final.
Swansea endured a torrid last 20 minutes in the second leg of their tie against Barnsley to book a date with Brentford in the final of the Championship Playoff.
The Swans lost in the Semifinals to Brentford last season, but they have gone one better this term by seeing off Barnsley. The Welsh outfit have featured in the Premier League and they will be looking to make the most of this chance to make a return to the top flight.
Andre Ayew has been instrumental to Steve Cooper’s team and they will count on him to extend Brentford’s wretched run in the Playoffs. However, they are likely to be without long-serving Wayne Routledge who got off injured in the second leg semi-final against Barnsley.
Brentford are clear favourites but the Swans will take confidence from their two meetings this season. The two games ended in a 1-1 draw and this means Swansea will fancy their chances.
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BETTING TIPS AND PREDICTIONS
Going by the recent history between these two sides, this game could be one with chances far and in between. However, Brentford showed their attacking intent in the semi-final against Bournemouth and they will likely go gung ho from the start at Wembley.
The Swans are also expected to have a go at Brentford, so there could be goals in this game. Goals are likely here and we are backing Over 2.5 goals to be scored @ a whopping 2.46 on Betwinner for our first tip.
We will be more conservative with our second tip as we feel that Brentford will be successful at the 10th time of asking. Having said that, we will be backing Brentford to make it to the Premier League this time and we will be backing the Londoners to qualify @ 1.42 on Betwinner again.