Brentford host Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
Neither club comes into the contest enjoying ebullient form. Ivan Toney wasn’t alone in describing Brentford’s 4-0 capitulation against Aston Villa as a ‘shambles’ last weekend. “We looked like a bunch of kids out there,” he damningly admitted.
Wolves lost by the same eye-watering margin to Leicester on the other side of the Midlands. Just like Brentford, they have won one of their last six matches, failing to score in four of those bleak outings.
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