Friday night starting at 21:45 will receive the visit of Middlesbrough Brentford in the second leg of the semifinal play-off promotion. Both sides dreams of playing in the Premier League next season, but realistically, Borro is in pole position, especially after the victory of the tour. The team stated that qualify will give the final play-off over Norwich or Ipswich. Hosts managed a victory lap this double cuffs precious 2-1 away, making a first step towards promotion. Championship itself Borro it ended in fourth place, one position above Brentford’s the difference between them being seven points.
Middlesbrough is a solid team on their arena, with six successes and one draw in the last seven games.
N Team has received only two goals in seven previous games played in front of their supporters.
The last failure was home almost three months ago, 0-1 against Leeds in the national championship.
Middlesbrough Probable team (4-2-3-1): Konstantopoulos – Whitehead, Ayala, Gibson, Friend – Clayton, Leadbitter – Adomah, Tomlin Reach – Barnford.
Brentford instead come to this game hoping for a miracle. The team lost 1-2 at home, as I said, and success here needs a two goal difference, or one to limit but to score at least three goals. Brentford came into play-off limit with 78 points, three teams finished with the score, but guests Friday night had the best goal difference is very small and in any case in this regard. Returning to the first leg, the team had some bad luck, considering that received the second goal in the last minute of the game (90 + 3).
Brentford lost all three duels with Borro last year, 0-4, 0-1 and 1-2.
Only once guests have lost the last six trips, 0-1 Sheffield Wed.
At last trip here, guests have collected four goals.
Brentford Probable team (4-2-3-1): Button – Odubajo, Dean, Tarkowski, Bidwell – Diagouraga, Douglas – Jota, Judge, Pritchar – Gray.