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Brentford face Sheffield United tomorrow off the back of a decent week at Griffin Park.

The Bees drew at PNE last weekend and beat Swindon away midweek and have since bolstered their squad with the loan signings of Marcello 'Rodney' Trotta and Lee Hodson whilst also impressing fans with the 'Pay what you Can' promotion announced for the Stevenage game.

Brentford will be without Jonathan Douglas for tomorrow's mouth watering clash so Uwe Rosler may decide to bring the adaptable Rob Kiernan into his side for the first time.

Up front, the Hayes / Donaldson partnership will probably be allowed to blossom further which means Trotta will be primed and ready on the bench.

It's been quite wet in West London and with more rain forecast could well be a skimmy pitch tomorrow.

With a bumper crowd expected - and a packed away end - Brentford have asked for spectators to get to the ground as early as possible.

United have injury doubts over fullbacks Tony McMahon and Matt Hill whilst last seasons top scorer Ched Evans is in prison.




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Date:Friday November 23 2012

Time: 11:29AM

 

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