FM Preview: Stevenage v Brentford 26 Jan 2013

Last updated : 25 January 2013 By Footymad Previewer

Footymad preview History of the Stevenage v Brentford fixture

Brentford face a trip to Stevenage at Broadhall Way on Saturday afternoon,

The most recent encounter between these two sides at Broadhall Way was less than a year ago, in April 2012, the Boro carving out a narrow 2-1 victory in a League One match.

Recent encounters between the teams

Season Date Team Result Team Comp
2011/2012 Sat 21 Apr Stevenage 2-1 Brentford League One
2011/2012 Tue 25 Oct Brentford 0 - 1 Stevenage League One
2010/2011 Tue 31 Aug Stevenage 0 - 1 Brentford (Associate Members)

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Recent respective form guides

Stevenage's home form is most definitely relegation standard, collecting just 1 solitary point from the last six. While Boro have scored 5, a worringly large 16 have been leaked at the other end.

Brentford's away form is none too clever either, with 3 victories and just 1 loss from the last six. The games have constituted a decent return of 10 goals for the Bees, and 9 goals against.

Stevenage see themselves just below half way in the npower League One, showing a record of 40 points from their 26 games played so far,

Brentford are just outside the promotion places, in 3rd, having taken 50 points from 28 games.

Current overall team form

Team P W D L F A P
Stevenage 6 2 0 4 7 9 6
Brentford 6 2 3 1 9 7 9

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FootyMad's prediction ...

Bees have been performing with great credit on their travels, and the Madmen see no reason why they should not return from Broadhall Way with an easy victory. Away win

Sequence statistics

Team Sequences
Stevenage Been beaten in each of their previous 3 home matches.
Failed to win in previous 6 home matches.
Not drawn a match in their last 6 .
Brentford Undefeated in last 5 away games.
No win in the 2 most recent games.

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