Two in-form teams go head to head in the Championship this weekend as Cardiff City host Brentford.
The Cardiff City Stadium plays host to the intriguing tie on Saturday afternoon, which kicks off at 3.00pm.
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The hosts have four wins from their last six, but Neil Harris’ men did lose last time out. They were condemned to a 2-0 defeat to league leaders Norwich on Saturday.
The loss leaves them tenth in the current league standings, with 29 points to their name.
Brentford meanwhile are on a stunning run of form. The Bees are now on a 13-game unbeaten run in the league, last losing a match against Stoke towards the end of October.
They boast three wins and three draws in their last six Championship matches, scoring 11 goals and conceding just five.
Add to that Tuesday night’s League Cup quarter-final win over Premier League side Newcastle, and Thomas Frank’s men will be full of confidence going into the weekend.
The impressive Josh Dasilva scored the only goal of the game against Steve Bruce’s men to secure a memorable victory at the Brentford Community Stadium.
They now have another huge task on their hands in the semi-final of the competition. They were drawn against fellow London outfit Tottenham Hotspur, with that game set to take place at the beginning of January.
But their attention will be on Saturday’s trip to Wales.
The Bees are favourites at 15/11 to win the game.
The Bluebirds meanwhile can be backed at 12/5 to clinch all three points. And a draw is also available at 12/5.
It was certainly a close call the last time these clubs met in Cardiff. They couldn’t be separated in an entertaining affair, with the game finishing 2-2.
Brentford did, however, win their home tie, securing a 2-1 win at Griffin Park.
Both teams have been scoring plenty of goals this season, and they have their leading men to thank. Cardiff’s Kieffer Moore currently sits on eight goals so far.
But he finds himself well behind Brentford’s Ivan Toney, who has found the net 16 times already in the campaign.
Toney can be backed at 19/5 to score the game’s first goal on Saturday, with Moore a close second at 13/2.