Bolton Wanderers v Brentford tips – draw on cards at windy Macron

Draw on cards at windy Macron


Under 2.5 Goals

View Odds

Betting Tip: Under 2.5 Goals @ 19/20 with bet365

There have been several changes of manager in the Championship this season, although Neil Lennon remains in charge of Bolton Wanderers despite a sorry campaign to date.

The Trotters are propping up the other twenty-three teams in the league, having won just one match all season and it’s therefore hard to make a case for Bolton landing all three points this evening.

A win is something they badly need, with the Lancashire side five points adrift of safety and they have drawn eight matches which suggests they are not particularly out of their depth in this league.

Perhaps things would have turned out differently if they had converted their many chances against Derby in the opening game when drawing 0-0. As it turns out, they now sit bottom and the Rams are challenging for top spot.

All eight of Bolton’s home matches have been low-scoring affairs, with just six goals scored and conceded. Therefore, we might see a scarcity of goals, with the last result at the Macron being a goalless draw at home to Bristol City.

Brentford sit eleventh in the table and Lee Carsley has done a pretty good job in caretaker charge of the Bees, with the London side avoiding defeat in five of their eight away matches to date.

Indeed, they have lost just one of their past seven matches and they have won two and drawn one of their previous three games on the road.

Lasse Vibe has eleven goals for the season and the Dane could cause problems this evening, with Shola Ameobi hoping to help Bolton to a vital win in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

Nevertheless, we should expect a low goal count in this clash, especially if the wind gets up at an exposed stadium, with Sunday’s clash at nearby Anfield effectively being spoilt by the weather conditions.

Betting Tip: Under 2.5 Goals @ 19/20 with bet365

Leave a Reply