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Brentford are managed by Dean Smith who has been at the helm since November 2015, when he replaced interim head coach Lee Carsley.
Brentford have adopted a principle of achievement through analytics, using a mathematical approach to the beautiful game, which they hope will boost their chances of winning promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history.
The Bees have enjoyed some great success in recent times, winning promotion from League Two up to the Championship, while they recently lost out in the play-offs up to the Premier League.
Brentford have reaped 5 wins in the last 10 games, beating Wigan Athletic, Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday, Southend United & Rotherham United. 3 draws against Ipswich Town, Aston Villa & Stoke City and defeats to Derby County & Blackburn Rovers has seen them score 20 at an average of 2 goals per game while shipping 12.
|27 Sep||Brentford||19:45||Sheffield United|
|02 Oct||Brentford||18:45||Birmingham City|
|06 Oct||Leeds United||14:00||Brentford|
|20 Oct||Brentford||14:00||Bristol City|
|24 Oct||Preston North End||18:45||Brentford|