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Bouncebackability

Uwe Rosler's Brentford team aim to prove their worth at big spending Bournemouth tonight and bring back three points.

The Bees dominated Leyton Orient on Thursday but came back pointless after a smash and grab raid by the hosts. And the linesman.

Rosler controversially rested Farid El Alagui against Orient but will be tempted to return the talismanic hitman back to his starting line-up tonight with Paul Hayes making way.

Harry Forrester shone in the free-role but Sam Saunders will also be desperate to win back his starting spot at the front of Uwe's midfield diamond.

Richard Hughes is close to a return from injury for Bournemouth but the midfielder is unlikely to be risked tonight. Marc Pugh will be pushing for a start after a decent outing as a sub against Hartlepool at the weekend whilst former Bees striker Lewis Grabban should start for the home side.

Bournemouth have drawn their last three home games 1-1 so will also be keen to win tonight - which could lead to an open attacking game at Dean Court.




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Date:Tuesday September 18 2012

Time: 11:41AM

 

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