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Brentford have been so impressive in the last two seasons, finished 13th and then ninth, which is remarkable given that they’d been out of the top-flight for 74 years.
And after an injury-blighted start to this season, things appear to be heading in the right direction for Thomas Frank’s side, with consecutive wins over Burnley, Chelsea and West Ham shooting them up to 11th in the table.
Back-to-back defeats to Liverpool and Arsenal were followed by a 3-1 win over Luton going to show that Brentford are pretty much where they belong - capable of beating pretty much anyone in the bottom half of the table but without having the quality to challenge the top sides.
Talk continues in the background about the future of Ivan Toney but with Bryan Mbuemo and Yoane Wissa continuing to perform well, the Bees will be fairly content with their lot.
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Brentford, quite remarkably, came ninth last season, their highest finish in the top division since 1938.
However, following a rough start to this campaign, the Bees are priced at 6/4 to come in the top half again.
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On the contrary, having only won once so far, this against ten-man Fulham in August, Brentford supporters’ primary concern right now related to survival.
Those fears should be alleviated somewhat by the fact that the Bees are 12/1 to go down, making them ninth favourites, while they’re a tiny price 1/25 to stay up.
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Brentford’s recent FA Cup record is frankly horrendous, winning only six of their last 16 ties, dumped out in the third round by West Ham United back in January.
Thus, the Bees are priced at a whopping 40/1 to win the FA Cup, although they will have Ivan Toney back by then, assuming he isn’t sold, so that price could look fantastic if they avoid the big boys early doors.
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Brentford have another season of Premier League football to contend with, and naturally, expectations will ratchet up a notch or two, at least from the perspective of the fans. So, for the 2023/24 season, just look out for all Brentford free bets ahead of the biggest games, including London derbies.
The story of Brentford dates back to 1889, and this came in the aftermath of a meeting at the Pavilion of the Oxford and Cambridge Public House, adjacent to Kew Bridge. It was here that it was agreed that a football club should be set up to make full use of the land for sporting purposes.
Brentford played its first game in November 1889, and they were initially very successful in County FA Cup competitions during the late Victorian era, as they won the Middlesex Junior Cup in 1894, as well further victories in the Middlesex Senior and London Senior Cups four years later.
Anyway, the move to Griffin Park came in 1904, and since then, it has been renowned for having a boisterous crowd, although it is one of the smaller grounds in the Premier League capacity wise.
Frank is the current incumbent in the Brentford dugout, and he has overlooked both of his side’s involvement in the Premier League. Last season, the Bees finished ninth, and they will be looking perhaps to move up a spot or two.
The loss of Toney for a gambling-related suspension means Brentford will have to pick up the slack in front of goal until he returns in January, although he could move on when the transfer window reopens in the New Year.
Of course, cup success would be nice, but they crashed out of the FA Cup in the third round stage, and perhaps they may put all their eggs into one basket — the Premier League — and try to break into the top six, which would secure European football in the form of the Europa League.
Brentford is more than the sum of their parts, and they are exciting to watch under Frank. With a few summer signings under their belt, Brentford will be raring for the new season to get underway.