Date: 14th April 2015 at 1:35pm
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Brentford will be looking to move back into the play-off positions tonight, a draw could be enough at Sheffield Wednesday but a win would make that scenario more likely.

One thing that’s certain is we can’t afford to lose with an unbeaten run of four-matches away from Griffin Park, and five in total, is something we’ll be keen to extend on at Hillsborough.

Sheffield Wednesday didn’t suffer any fresh injury concerns from the draw with Charlton on Saturday so it’s likely that the it’ll be the same squad. Loanee Will Keane (ankle) is back with Man United with Jose Semedo (ankle) to have an injection but Claude Dielna (hamstring), Joe Mattock (groin) and Glen Loovens (foot) have all suffered season-ending injuries.

Chris Long (knee) could miss out again. Mark Warburton was hopeful that, following illness, he would be fit to return after a training injury but the Everton loanee is again a doubt.

Warburton doesn’t have any other problems, new ones anyway, following our one-one draw at Derby on Saturday.

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Lewis Macleod (hamstring) is continuing to recover but unlikely to play this season, nor will Scott Hogan (cruciate ligament damage).

The nil-nil draw that we saw back in October would be the least we’ll be hoping for tonight but given our impressive away form and how our need is far greater than Sheffield Wednesday’s for the win we’ll be hoping that we can end the unbeaten run that our hosts have against us in the last three and beat them for the first time, also at Hillsborough, since 2011.

But will we?

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