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    Brentford v Swansea

    UBrentford v Swansea, Community Stadium, Tues 3 Nov 7pm
    The good news is that football continues during the lockdown.
    There are two more away matches to come before another International break and they couldn’t be any tougher. The first one is Brentford who beat us recently over two legs in the play-offs.
    Since then they’ve sold top scorers Ollie Watkins to Aston Villa and Said Benrahma to West Ham for combined fees of almost 60 million including add-ons. They spent a mere 5 million of that money on striker Ivan Toney from Peterborough and he has already scored 9 goals so far this season
    While Brentford were demolishing Luton 0-3 on Saturday, Swansea moved up to second place in the table with a clinical 2-0 win over Blackburn to continue their good run of form.
    It will be a defining week for the Swans, with the other away match being the long trip to Norwich on Saturday, and any points from these two games will be a good marker in showing if we are good enough to challenge for promotion this season.

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    The teams -
    Brentford: David Raya, Henrick Dalsgaard, Ethan Pinnock, Charlie Goode, Rico Henry; Mathias Jensen, Josh Dasilva, Emiliano Marcondes; Bryan Mbuemo, Ivan Toney, Sam Ghoddos.

    Substitutes: Luke Daniels, Dominic Thompson, Sergi Canos, *****y Janelt, Tariqe Fosu, Fin Stevens, Marcus Forss.

    Swansea City: Freddie Woodman; Ben Cabango, Ryan Bennett, Marc Guehi; Connor Roberts, Korey Smith, Jay Fulton, Jake Bidwell; Yan Dhanda; Andre Ayew, Jamal Lowe.

    Substitutes: Steven Benda, Ryan Manning, Kyle Naughton, Matt Grimes, Wayne Routledge, Kasey Palmer, Viktor Gyokeres.
    Last edited by jackaway; 03-11-2020 at 07:24 PM.

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    HT 1-0 Toney 36’, Brentford one shot on target, one goal up
    Cabango injured in the pre-match warm up, Naughton replaced

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    Ayew 77’ 1-1

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    Ayew 95’ goal disallowed, offside
    FT 1-1
    Brentford 1 shot on target = 1 goal
    Swansea 5 shots on target = 1 goal
    Good draw in my opinion, pity about the offside winner

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    Unlucky not to win last night, we were the better team.
    I was surprised at tonight's result, leaders Reading lost again, at home to Preston this time, who beat everybody away but can't win at home.

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