Tottenham Hotspur v Brentford Match Preview & Free Bets
Tottenham Hotspur Odds
Following a hectic schedule of fixtures throughout the festive period, we have more action taking place tonight with Tottenham Hotspur hosting Brentford in the EFL Cup, therefore now is an excellent chance for you to claim the very best Tottenham Hotspur odds and EFL Cup free bets simply by registering with any of our featured bookmaker partners.
Tottenham Hotspur Match Preview
Live coverage on Sky Sports at 7:45pm, Tuesday 5th December 2021
- Brentford are unbeaten in 16 matches
- The Bees have won each of their last four
- Spurs have triumphed in all-but-one of their last eight at home
Premier League meets Championship in an all-London EFL Cup semi-final clash at White Hart Lane tonight. Jose Mourinho’s men head into this match having enjoyed some scintillating form at their new home and Mourinho has a chance to steer his side closer to some much-needed silverware and a meeting with one of the Manchester clubs in the final of the competition.
This was the principal reason why Mourinho was brought in, namely to add to the trophy cabinet. The Portuguese manager has thus far managed to put in an excellent showing in this tournament alongside a decent effort in the Premier League and qualification for the knockout stages of the Europa League. Spurs are certainly a force to be reckoned with right now, however tonight’s meeting with Brentford certainly won’t be a walk in the park for the hosts.
Thomas Frank has moulded the Bees into a resilient and hard to beat outfit with many tipping them for promotion to the Premier League this season. On their way to this stage of the competition they have brushed aside four Premier League sides and despite losing some decent players during the summer they can still call upon the likes of Josh Da Silva, Ethan Pinnock, Ivan Toney and Brian M’beumo, players who can cause Spurs plenty of problems tonight.
Brentford will be comfortable in possession and they certainly won’t be fearful of their more illustrious opponents. Mourinho tends to take fewer risks at this stage of competitions and as such we can expect a closely-fought affair with goals being at a premium, therefore odds of 11/10 on Under 2.5 Total Goals looks pretty healthy as far as we’re concerned.