The only game in the Premier League on Sunday takes place at the City Ground. Both Nottingham Forest and Brentford will be looking to get back on track this weekend after dropping to defeats in the previous round of matches in the English top-flight.

Before Betting On Nottingham Forest vs Brentford

Nottingham Forest and Brentford will clash in the Premier League on Sunday, with both looking to get back on track after going two without a win. There will likely be increased pressure on the Bees, as they have gone four without a win, and have lost each of their previous two. However, a victory for either of these sides on Sunday will likely leave them in the top half of the standings at the end of the round.

Forest have a poor record in this fixture, as they have gone four without a victory against the Bees in league fixtures. Over that run, they have lost on two occasions. That negative trend came after winning three on the bounce against Brentford. The visitors have also won five of their last eight matches at the City Ground. However, the only Premier League match between the sides in the East Midlands ended in a 2-2 draw last term.

Forest will still take enormous credit from their excellent home record in the competition, as they have lost just twice in their last 17 league fixtures at the City Ground. But, they will likely need to pass the ball better this weekend, as they have completed the third-fewest passes in the Premier League throughout the season so far.

Brentford have gone winless across their last four in the Premier League, which came after landing victory in four of their last five before the start of this run. However, the Bees haven’t suffered three straight defeats since the start of April in the Premier League.

Nottingham Forest vs Brentford Offshore Odds & Pick

Match ResultOdds
Nottingham Forest2.82

This should be a close encounter between these two sides in the Premier League on Sunday, and cases can be made for both. However, a chance is taken on Brentford to continue their fine record in this fixture and to end their recent poor run of results.