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Thread: Prediction League - Brentford

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    Prediction League - Brentford

    Wolves host Brentford for the fourth matchup in less than forty days between the two clubs. Wolves have come out on top in two of the three (one league, one FA Cup replay in extra time). However, this will be the first matchup between the two sides in which Ivan Toney will be playing this season. He scored two goals for them against us two seasons ago, but none last year. He's scored in two of the last three league games. But Wolves have been playing well recently aside from the defending against Manchester United and it is at Molineux.

    Wolves 2-1 Brentford

    Cunha

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    Wolves 3-1 Brentford

    Cunha

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    wolves 0 brentford 2

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    Wolves 2 Brentford 1 Dawson ffs he needs to score

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    Wolves 3 - Brentford 2

    (Cunha)

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    Wolves 2-1 Brentford (Neto)

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    I am a bit worried about this one, four meetings in the just over six weeks. The law of averages suggests that Brentford should win this. Sod it I am going for a Wolves win.

    Wolves 3 Brentford 2

    Toti

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    Cunha subbed off for Bellegarde due to an injury. Was able to walk off on his own so hopefully not serious.

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    Awful defending on that corner from Wolves. I don’t know if Dawson expected Sa to claim it but he did very little to prevent Norgaard getting position there. But a deserved lead from Brentford. They’ve been the better team so far

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    Wolves get their best chance of the day. Great cross from Sarabia but Neto’s header is rejected by a brilliant save from the Bees keeper

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