So, in previous forecasts for Sunday Premier League matches, I already said that last season, on average, 21.78 fouls were recorded per game, and the year before last – 21.46. So, theoretically, we are dealing with an initially underestimated total.
Now let’s look at the statistics of the teams. Brighton played 10 games in the Premier League at home. On average, along with the guests, he scored 19.4 fouls per game. Brentford have amassed 8 away games. There, on average, per game, the average number of violations of the rules is 22.6.
But the person of the referee Andrew Madley should take a closer look. He is one of those who whistle left and right, not disregarding even the most innocent foul. On average, he has 25.5 rule violations per game. At least that’s his current record after 15 matches served. I think that in the pair “Brighton” – “Brentford” it is worth trying to play total over 19.5 fouls.