Monday, October 13, 2008




Brentford on live tv, that is too much excitement for a Monday evening ! Let me start by saying that the Bees do not have the greatest record in front of the television cameras, but they are extremely motivated to get the three points, that would take them into a giddy second place in the table. Boss Andy Scott has got his team very well organised and at times, they are playing a slick passing style, which is as good as you will see in Division 2, they are very tough to break down and have conceded just twice in eight and a half games, or 763 minutes of football. They have a lot of strength at the back, with keeper Ben Hamer, on a season long loan from Reading and Wilson and Bennett, all earning plaudits from Bees fans on almost a weekly basis. They finally have a settled pairing up front,with Elder and MacDonald scooping up recent MOTM awards between them.

My idea of the likely Bees line up :

Halls Wilson Bennett Wood
Newton Bean Wright Poole
Elder MacDonald

County have had a strange season so far, losing their opener, then drawing six in a row, before winning their last two. They have struggled to keep a cleansheet, only managing to keep Darlington at bay. I could argue that they have been a little fortunate recently, as in two of their last three starts, they have needed 94th minute goals, to earn them a point and a win respectively. Actually, in their last eight starts, they have xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxxx xxxxx xxxx xxxxx xxxx xxxxx ! These are amazing stats and we have to look at an "in running " trade, to try and take advantage of them.

I do not think that Brentford will lose and make them my selection with the level ball option. Also going to suggest that you xxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxx xxxxxx xxxxx with an obvious chance of collecting, at what should be huge odds. Last year's fixture here ended 1-1 with County xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx !

6 points Brentford level ball asian line 2.10 .

3.5 points XXXX XXXXXX......... all the asian companies will offer this and it will also be available on the exchanges.

Good Luck.

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