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15 Feb

Swansea Brentford Live Streaming ?️ | FA Cup

Swansea City v Brentford Live Streaming: FA Cup Match Preview, Stats, News, and Odds

bet365 are showing Swansea City v Brentford live streaming for FA Cup on February 17, 2019, through their live streaming service (available for mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android)

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Swansea did great to win their first two FA Cup games of the season with a combined score of 7-1, but things aren’t looking rosy ahead of the fifth round tie against Brentford.

The Swans started 2019 with a six-game unbeaten run, but they have lost two of three outings in February.

With that said, both losses did come away from home, so maybe Graham Potter‘s men can turn the tide here. They have already beaten the Bees once this season, winning 3-2 at the Griffin Park in December.

Brentford might be behind Swansea in the Championship table, but they have been in better form over the last couple of months.

Thomas Frank has seen his side lose only once in the last 12 games. They have won six of the last eight, scoring 21 goals.

However, their away record makes for ugly reading. Since starting the season with a three-game unbeaten streak on the road, Brentford has managed to record only one away win.

It’s been over six years since Brentford last won an away fixture in the FA Cup, so they need to make some history here to make it through.


Let’s take a look at main and special odds markets offered at bet365 website :

  • Full Time Result (1X2) : 2.55 – 3.25 – 2.75
  • Over/Under 2.5 Goals : 1.85 (Over) – 1.95 (Under)
  • Both Teams to Score: 1.95 (Yes) –   1.80 (No)
  • Half Time Result (1X2) : 1.66 – 2.10 – 2.50

Swansea City v Brentford live betting available at bet365 (18+, T&C Apply)

*bet365 odds as offered at 15/02, 10:00CET (subject to change without prior notice)


Brentford’s Sergi Canos is doubtful to play after suffering a knock on Wednesday against Aston Villa, but if he ends up playing, Swansea needs to pay very close attention to him, as the Spanish right wing has scored in four of the last five games.

Matt Grimes filled the left-back spot midweek with Declan John injured.