Brentford vs. Fulham Betting Tips: Robinson a generous price in the fouls market
We have a London derby on offer for Monday Night Football this week as Brentford take on Fulham in the capital. Our man Anthony Eadson is on hand with his best bets for the game, including a selection from the increasingly popular player fouls market.
Brentford vs. Fulham Odds
Brentford currently sit ninth in the top-flight table heading into this game, with 35 points on the board. 23 of those 35 points have been collected in home matches this season and The Bees have been hard to beat in recent months and currently boast a record of 11 Premier League matches unbeaten.
Fulham are also enjoying a strong season and before a ball was kicked this campaign, few punters would have predicted The Cottagers would occupy seventh in the table as we head into March. Marco Silva will be without the services of Joao Palhinha for this one due to suspension which should see Harrison Reed and January arrival Sasa Lukic start in the middle of the park for the visitors.
Taking a look at the match odds and Brentford are the favourites to collect the three points with most betting sites at 19/20. The draw is on offer at 5/2, with an away win for Fulham on show at 14/5.
Brentford vs Fulham Tips
Our main selection on Monday evening is for Fulham left-back Antonee Robinson to concede Over 0.5 fouls in the match. At the time of writing, 4/5 is available with either Unibet or BetUK.
Across his last eight league matches, Robinson has committed eight fouls, with this bet landing in all four of those. Looking back a little further we can see that the Over 0.5 line has been cleared in 14 of his 21 league starts, giving appeal to the 4/5 this evening. Betfair and Paddy Power go just 1/4 on this same selection reinforcing the value behind the price from Unibet.
We’ve also had a small tickle on a little card double for this game in the form of Ivan Toney and Bobby Reid to be carded at 13/1.
Despite speculation about a lengthy ban for Ivan Toney due to breaking betting regulations, the Brentford talisman is still available for selection and has nine more goals than any other Bees player this term. When it comes to cards, Toney also leads the way for Brentford with eight in 21 appearances.
Bobby Reid is another attacker who is no stranger to a booking. This season, Reid has been brandished seven cautions in 24 league matches and combining him and Toney to find their way into Anthony Taylor’s notebook pays 13/1 with either Betfair or Paddy Power.