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Key stats you may have missed following Brentford 0-0 Brighton


Brentford and Brighton clashed at the Gtech Community Stadium in a Premier League meeting on Wednesday evening.

The Bees were looking to put an end to their winless run and move away from the relegation fight, while Brighton were looking to move into the European places. However, a 0-0 draw did neither side any real favours in their respective targets. Brentford are back in action on Saturday away to Aston Villa and are 4/1 to pick up the win with bet365.

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Brentford vs Brighton key stats

Here are all the key stats from Brentford and Brighton’s 0-0 draw on Wednesday:

  • Brentford are winless in their past eight Premier League games (D3 L5). They last went on a longer streak without a win within a single league season between February to April 2007 in League One (run of 11).
  • Brighton are winless in each of their seven away Premier League games against sides from London this season, while they have failed to score in four league games in the capital this term - the most they have done so in a single season since 1921-22.
  • Brentford have won just 28 points from their first 31 Premier League games this season, which is the Bees’ worst points tally at this stage of a top-flight campaign since 1946-47 (also 28 points, assuming three points for a win), which is the last time they were relegated from the top tier.
  • Brighton had 24 shots in this match without scoring - their most ever in a single Premier League away game without netting a goal.
Josh Barker

Josh Barker

Middlesbrough fan from the North East of England. @JoshBarker979 on Twitter.