On Sat Jan 22nd, Brentford will host Wolverhampton Wanderers at Brentford Community Stadium in a Premier League match. In their last match, Brentford recorded a 1-4 loss against Southampton. Jan Bednarek scored the first goal for Southampton in the 5th minute, then Vitaly Janelt tied it up for Brentford in the 23rd minute. Brentford is looking for direction having earned 11 points in their last 10 matches, while wolverhampton Wanderers is fresh off their 3-0 shutout win against Sheffield United. Daniel Podence scored the first goal for Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 14th minute, then Nélson Semedo added another in the 72nd minute In the end, Sheffield United couldn’t muster any offence and Wolverhampton Wanderers ran away with the shutout win. Wolverhampton Wanderers is looking for direction having 4 win and 3 losses in their last 10 matches.
In their last match together, Brentford took the match by a score of 2 to 0. Ivan Toney struck first for Brentford in the 28th minute on a penalty kick, then Bryan Mbeumo added another in the 34th minute on a feed from Ivan Toney At the end of 90 a dissapointed Wolverhampton Wanderers couldn’t manage to score, and Brentford took the shutout win.
Daniel Podence has been the most effective weapon for Wolverhampton Wanderers lately. The Portugeese midfielder has netted 2 goals in his last 5 matches. Bryan Mbeumo has been the most prolific scorer on Brentford in the last 5 matches with three goals
Thomas Frank’s squad will be without Frank Onyeka, Joshua Da Silva, Rico Henry, Charlie Goode, Sergi Canos and David Raya, while Bruno Miguel Silva do Nascimento’s Wolverhampton Wanderers squad will be without Jonny Castro, Willy Boly, Pedro Neto and Yerson Mosquera.