Brentford are back in Premier League action on Saturday afternoon vs an in-form Wolves side who have lost just one in five.
The Bees, meanwhile, have lost four in five despite the return of Ivan Toney but their last two outings were against Tottenham and Manchester City. As a result, Thomas Frank and co. will be confident they can bounce back vs Wolves and are 5/2 to come away with the three points on bet365.
Brentford handed injury blow
Ahead of taking on Wolves, Brentford have been dealt a fresh blow on the injury front.
The player in question is January signing Yunus Emre Konak, who has suffered an early setback in his Bees career after suffering a hip injury.
Konak tore his hip adductor tendons in the warm-up before a friendly against Danish side Brondby last month and is facing months out.
On the injury, Brentford manager Thomas Frank said pre-Wolves: “It’s the story of our season. He got injured in the warm-up [before] a behind-closed-doors game against Brondby. He had surgery. Yunus, we’re talking about months for him.”
Frank also confirmed Josh Dasilva is a long-term absentee: “In training [he had] an unlucky action, unfortunately. Let’s get surgery out the way, but I don’t want to put a timeframe on it. That is a long-term one.
“Very sad, I feel for Josh massively. He’s been very unlucky. It’s a player I’ve been working with for a long time. Normally over time your relationship grows, and he’s a lovely person, so that was tough to take.”