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Middlesbrough VS Brentford

Middlesbrough and Brentford face at Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, in a 2nd leg match for the Premier League Access Playoffs.
Middlesbrough has got the head to head history advantage, since they have won the last 3 matches, one of them in the last 1st leg match, which ended 2-1.  

Analysis of Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough won 2-1 against Brentford in the first leg. Moreover, they have an impressive home win record: they won 67% of the matches and lost only 13%.
Their defensive consistency is also noticeable. Boro have only conceded 0,52 goals per match. It is also worth noticing that offensively they are also quite good, since they score an average of 1,83 goals per match.
Middlesbrough have spared their strengths for the end of the matches. So far they have scored 50% of their goals in the last 15’. Coah Aitor Karanka will have all of his most used players available for this match.
Probable Line-up: Konstantopoulos; Whitehead, Ayala, Gibson, Friend; Clayton, Leadbitter, Adomah, Tomlin, Vossen; Bamford.  
Coach: Aitor Karanka

Confirmed Lineup: D. Konstantopoulos, Daniel Ayala, B. Gibson, G. Friend, D. Whitehead, A. Adomah, G. Leadbitter, A. Clayton, Kike, J. Vossen, L. Tomlin.
Coach: Karanka.

Analysis of Brentford

Mark Warburton’s team faces a hard task in this 2nd leg match for the Premier League Access Playoffs. Despite playing at home, they lost 1-2 in the first leg and are forced to score to reach access to the Premier League.
Brentford usually scores quite a few goals, which is a feature that can be handy for this match. They score an average of 1,39 goals per match. However, they also concede goals in 78% of their matches. Therefore, most of their games end with a lot of goals: 57% have ended with Over 2,5 goals.
Another interesting data is that Brentford is usually able to take advantage of scoring first, since they usually win when they score first. They have scores first in 10 of their 23 matches and have won 90% of the games in which they score first.
Probable Line-up: Button; Odubajo, Dean, Tarkowski, Bidwell; Douglas, Diagouraga, Jota, Judge, Pritchard; Gray.
Coach: Mark Warburton

Confirmed Lineup: D. Button, H. Dean, M. Odubajo, J. Tarkowski, J. Bidwell, A. Judge, Jota Peleteiro, A. Pritchard, J. Douglas, T. Diagouraga, A. Gray.
Coach: M. Warburton.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that both teams will suffer at least one goal. Analyzing both teams’ offensive and defensive quality, we expect them to attack with many players and to open up spaces that can be used by the opponent’s offence.

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Championship - 2014/2015

  • 100% 557 / 557 Games

  • Home team wins 41.29%
  • Draws 28.55%
  • Away team wins 30.16%
  • Over 1.5 74.33%
  • Over 2.5 50.27%
  • Over 3.5 28.01%
  • Goals 1488
  • Goals /match 2.67
  • Goals /match home 1.48
  • Goals /match away 1.19
  • Both teams score 52.42%
  • Goals after 80' 17.67%
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