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Brentford vs Blackpool- The Preview

What will be the outcome in Brentford vs Blackpool

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Joe Sullivan

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Chris Long- Scored first Brentford goal against Bournemouth and recently extended his loan.

Brentford and Blackpool meet at Griffin Park for the first time since August 2006 when Brentford won 1-0; The Bees have won three of the last four meetings with Blackpool.

Alan McCormack returned for Brentford after coming off of the bench against Bournemouth during Saturday's 3-1 victory but is likely to remain on the bench as Moses Odubajo is likely to remain in McCormack's position. Alan Judge will remain in midfield for The Bees but Lewis Macleod and Scott Hogan are still sidelined for Brentford, Jake Bidwell will complete his suspension after this one; Stuart Dallas is currently covering the Left Back position. Chris Long could start for Brentford after extending his loan from Everton by another month.

Blackpool will have Tom Aldred back following a one match suspension, Aldred was booked twice during Blackpool's 4-4 draw against Nottingham Forest. Darren O'Dea could return to the Blackpool starting 11 after he declared himself fit again. Lee Clark may fail to fill his bench as there are many injury worries. Blackpool have many injury worries: Niall Maher, Andrea Orlandi, Steven Davies, Mark Waddington, Nyron Nosworthy, Saer Sene and Islam Feruz are all likely to be sidelined for The Seasiders. Bright Samuel may be on the bench as he appeared for the Blackpool youth team Saturday.

Overall, Brentford are clear favourites in this one, Lee Clark's team are picking up now days though and will make it a hard match for Brentford.

Predicted Line-ups:
Brentford- Button, Odubajo, Craig, Dean, Dallas, Diagouraga, Douglas, Pritchard, Jota, Judge, Gray
Blackpool- Lewis, Rothwell, Clarke, O'Dea, Hall, Perkins, O'Hara, Cameron, Telford, Ferguson, Madine

Last Six:
Brentford- W L W L L W (8th in the form guide)
Blackpool- L W L L D D (19th in the form guide)
 

SeasideKurt

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No, you won't have a trouble getting the 3 points. We're very boring and static with zero attacking ability or defending ability.

4 - 0
 

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We're playing some random formation. With random players and you're walking all over us with ease. Could be 5+ actually.
 

SeasideKurt

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Oh bloody LOL. Down to ten men, wonderful.
 

mpmbee

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This sounds like a piece of piss, good stuff.
 

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Was there as a neutral with blackpool supporting mates, honestly it was embarassing as the most one sided game ive ever seen. Back to back relegations for blackpool.
 

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42 shots is unreal
 

Mr Elmo

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I remember us having more than 30 shots last season against Yeovil and only scraping a 3-2 win after 0-2 down was bad enough, but 42 shots is just plain stupid. What were Blackpool doing to be 'that' bad?
 

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Am abroad for work at the moment, gutting to miss this one. Would have been happier with a 1-0 and dropped points for someone else, but for the moment I'll take getting up some form
 

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Poor from Brentford, 38 missed attempts, won't make the play-offs like that.
 

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Joe Lewis was on top form and conceded 4. Says everything.

Lee Clark is a fucking puppet c***.
 

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