A mouthwatering clash as Brentford take on Preston NE with live streaming service from Griffin Park this afternoon.
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Struggling Championship pair, Brentford and Preston will meet on Saturday with points very much the order of the day.
Just two points and two places separates the pair in the table and their meeting this time round while be a much sombre affair compared to their last clash.
On that occasion both sides were in League one. The venue was Wembley and the occasion was the league one play-off final.
The Bees won on the day thanks to Alan Judge’s penalty and went on to enjoy a stunning debut season in the Championship, once again reaching the play-offs.
The club have found things harder this time round and will enter the weekend 21st in the table with just four points on the board.
A 3-1 defeat to Middlesbrough will have done little to stem the loss of confidence and the club are in dire need of a win as they look to kick start their season, despite ‘Boro manager Aitor Karanka insisting they were good side and “the table is not a reflection on them”
A big injury list has not helped new a manger Marinus Dijkhuizen in any shape or form with with the likes of Josh McEachran, Scott Hogan, Marcos Tebar and Lewis Macleod among the list of absentees.
Andy Gogia is also out after missing the last two games. The midfielder’s absence means that Dijkhuizen will likely stick to the same starting XI although Ryan Woods and on-loan Liverpool star Sergi Canos could come into contention.
Simon Grayson meanwhile could recall Marnick Vermijl after he was on the bench for the midweek draw with Bristol City.
Eoin Doyle was an unused substitute against Bristol and will hope to start after moving from Cardiff while another forward signing, Stevie May played 85 minutes midweek.
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