11th January 2022: Southampton vs Brentford

Our first match of the New Year is Tuesday night’s fixture between Southampton and Brentford. Although placed higher in the Premiership, with 23 points to Southampton’s 21, Brentford are not favoured by the pundits, who are backing home team Southampton to win. But do the stars agree?

At 21 Capricorn 33, the Sun (1st house ruler) represents favourites Southampton. Saturn, ruler of the opposing 7th house signifies Brentford and is placed in his own (traditional) sign at 13 Aquarius 06. The 10th house, (victory for the favourites) is also significant for Southampton, as the 4th house (victory for the underdogs) is for Brentford.

The Moon, who describes events during the contest, applies to conjunct the 10th house cusp. This is fortunate for the favourites, but is just a little too far from the cusp to be conclusive (ideally the Moon should be within 1-2 degrees either side of the house – this would virtually guarantee a win for the favourites). The Moon next applies to an opposition with the antiscion of Saturn at 16 Scorpio 54, signifying the chance of a goal for Brentford. Her final aspect, a trine to Venus (10th house ruler), should award the game to the favourites. If the pundits are correct, this is Southampton.

However, the application of Mars (4th house ruler) to the Part of Fortune is also significant. Although by itself not strong enough to predict a win, together with the Moon’s opposition to Saturn by antiscion this aspect promises a better than expected performance from Brentford. A win for the favourites is still the most likely, but a draw cannot be ruled out.

Chart cast with Astrogold for Mobile

Astrology by LouiseOf Arabia


Sports Astrology by John Frawley

Christian Astrology by William Lilly

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