July 15, 2024

In the FA Cup, Brentford and Wolves will square off at Gtech Community Stadium for the second time in about a week.

Only on December 27th did Gary O’Neil’s team win 4-1 in West London with ease. Jeanricner Bellegarde made sure that Wolves won handily, although Yoanne Wissa’s attempt after a two-minute salvo cut the deficit.

Brentford v Wolves team news - as 14 ruled out and 2 doubts
Hee-Chan scored twice, and Mario Lemina added a goal to give them a two-goal lead at halftime.

The FA Cup third round match between the two sides is an all-Premier League match that will take place at the same location. The two starting lineups will probably look very different from how they did during the holidays, and both managers will rotate them.

Due to players being called up for international duty for the Asia Cup and the Africa Cup of Nations, both clubs are about to undergo enforced changes. Unlike UEFA EURO 2024, which takes place this summer in Germany, the international competitions take place from January to February.Brentford v Wolves team news - as 10 ruled out and 1 doubt

The recent return of Pedro Neto from injury is a significant plus. With one goal and eight assists in 11 games, he may get the nod to start against Brentford. Neto was one of the substitutes against Brentford but did not play, and he subsequently made a 10-minute appearance in the 3-0 victory over Everton.

Wolves are in excellent condition, but Brentford has had one of the worst injury seasons of any team this year. This is the most recent injury and team news prior to Brentford’s FA Cup matchup with Wolves.

 

1. Mario Lemina: uncertainty
Mario Lemina did not play in the victory over Everton. His teammates wore black armbands and dedicated the victory to him in memory of his father, who tragically passed away last Friday.
2. Mario Lemina: uncertainty

On December 29, Gary O’Neil stated, “I don’t want to speak about it too much as it’s not my place. Mario has gone back to France to attend to a family issue.” I have nothing to say regarding Mario’s lack of training today.

3. The Wolfpack’s Jonny Otto is out
After a fight during practice, the adaptable defender was cut off from the starting lineup. Jonny now plans to leave Wolves and never return.
4. Traore Boubacar – not in

representing Mali at AFCON and having turned up their paperwork.

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