The schedule for the current, ‘extraordinary’ round in the English Premier League stretches right up to Thursday. That’s when Tottenham will finally play their next fixture as they host Brentford in a new version of the London derby. Will Spurs be able to get the maximum result in this encounter? The website’s analysts have developed a prediction for the match on December 2, 2021. Odds for all sporting events can be found at 1xbet official website.
Tottenham have a full week to prepare for this game
Spurs have become hostage to force majeure, which showed that even in the richest league in the world, the APL, can not be ready for any surprises. There didn’t seem to be that much snow at Turf Moor, but it was still decided to postpone the game. It is difficult to say how it affects the team and Antonio Conte personally. On the one hand, his players have got an important break. On the other hand, Graf is known to plan everything down to the last detail, and here he will have to rearrange the training schedule. However, the Italian is experienced and must adjust to the circumstances.
Brentford will go into the meeting in a good mood
“The Bees were able to finish the previous round’s encounter well. Tooney converted a penalty in the middle of the 1st half, after which they managed to fend off all Everton’s attempts to at least level the score. It seems that for the newcomer to the division the pause for national matches was useful. If before it Thomas Frank’s side had lost four times in a row, which made everyone say it was midnight for Cinderella football, then after it they managed to take four points already. Stachala Brentford managed to produce a draw at the hands of a super-motivated Newcastle – that game at St James’ Park ended in a draw with a rather rare 3-3 scoreline. And then the 3 points after the encounter with the Toffees also ‘dripped up’. In the end, it was possible to build up the gap from the danger zone again, and perhaps these points will be the saving points in the spring.
Tottenham have played quite often against an exotic, for most of the old-timers in the APL – they beat Brentford in the cups. And consistently passed, only once using a replay on four occasions. In January, Spurs defeated their Championship-playing foe 2-0.
Tottenham are fresh and playing at home. Under Conte, this team is definitely stronger than Everton and should take the maximum from the newcomer. We bet on a Spurs win (odds of 1.65).