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Blues face high-flying Bees at Adams Park

Blues face high-flying Bees at Adams Park


Wycombe Wanderers entertain Brentford on Saturday in their 6th league game of the season.

The league table currently shows Wycombe in 18th place with 5 points from 5 games and Brentford in 4th spot with 12 points from 6 games.

Wycombe's Home Record (All competitions)...Won 2 - Drawn 1 - Lost 2

Brentford's Away Record (All competitions)....Won 3 - Drawn 0 - Lost 2


The Bees were promoted along with Wycombe in May 2009 and have since consolidated their position in League One with a pair of top-half finishes - 9th in 2010 and 11th in 2011.

This summer they demonstrated their ambition to finish even higher by beating a host of clubs to the coveted signature of prolific striker Clayton Donaldson from Crewe.

Now flying high in 4th with an average of two points per game, the Bees further strengthened their squad when the loan window opened yesterday, signing defenders Miguel Llera from Blackpool and Blair Adams from Sunderland.

On the injury front - Shaleum Logan, Leon Legge, Sam Saunders, Toumani Diagouraga, Kirk Hudson and Gary Alexander are all doubtful for Saturday's match.

The Blues beat Bristol Rovers 3-1 in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy in midweek to bring to an end a run of three consecutive defeats.

That losing streak was followed by the postponement of their league game against Preston - a sequence of events which saw the Blues plummet from 7th to 18th in the fledgling table.

Tuesday's hat-trick hero Stuart Beavon is likely to be the first name on Saturday's teamsheet, while Gareth Ainsworth, Joel Grant and Scott Donnelly will all be pushing for a recall to the starting line-up.

Dave Winfield and Matt McClure are definitely out of action and John Halls is also carrying an injury.

Here are some stats.......


Brentford's last five games (All Competitions)

Lg1: Exeter (A)..............Won 2-1

Lg1: Orient (H)...............Won 5-0

Lg1: Tranmere (H)..........Lost 0-2

JPT: Franchise (A)..........Won 3-3 (aet 4-3 on pens)

Lg1: Walsall (A).............Won 1-0



Wycombe's last five games (All Competitions)

Lg1: Orient (A).....................Won 3-1

Lg1: Bury (H)........................Lost 0-2

Ccp: Nottingham Forest (H)....Lost 1-4

Lg1: Huddersfield (A).............Lost 0-3

JPT: Bristol Rovers (H)...........Won 3-1



Brentford Goal Stats (8 games in all Competitions)

Goals Scored (Total)..........Lg: 10...Cups: 3...Total: 13

Goals Conceded (Total)......Lg: 5.....Cups: 4...Total: 9

Goals Scored (Away).........Lg: 3.....Cups: 3...Total: 6

Goals Conceded (Away).....Lg: 3.....Cups: 4...Total: 7

Clean Sheets.....................Lg: 3.....Cups: 0...Total: 3



Wycombe Goal Stats (8 games in all Competitions)

Goals Scored (Total)..........Lg: 5...Cups: 7...Total: 12

Goals Conceded (Total)......Lg: 8...Cups: 8...Total: 16

Goals Scored (Home).........Lg: 1...Cups: 7...Total: 8

Goals Conceded (Home).....Lg: 3...Cups: 8...Total: 11

Clean Sheets.....................Lg: 0...Cups: 0...Total: 0



Brentford's Goal Scorers - (All Competitions)

Gary Alexander.......3 (inc 1 pen)

Clayton Donaldson...2

Sam Saunders.........2

Shaleum Logan........1

Marcus Bean............1

Adam Thompson......1

Leon Legge..............1

Niall McGinn.............1



Wycombe's Goal Scorers - (All Competitions)

Stuart Beavon..........4

Joel Grant................2

Scott Donnelly..........2 (inc 1 pen)

Ben Strevens...........1

James Tunnicliffe......1

Elliot Benyon............1 (inc 1 pen)

Scott Rendell............1 (inc 1 pen)



Brentford Shooting (Top-3) - All Competitions

Clayton Donaldson...10 on-target...7 off-target...0 against woodwork

Sam Saunders...........6 on-target...4 off-target...0 against woodwork

Gary Alexander.........2 on-target....6 off-target...0 against woodwork



Wycombe Shooting (Top-3) - All Competitions

Joel Grant...............6 on-target...5 off-target...0 against woodwork

Scott Donnelly.........3 on-target...7 off-target...0 against woodwork

Stuart Beavon.........7 on-target...0 off-target...0 against woodwork



Shooting (Club) - League Games Only

Brentford.......23 on target...40 off target...0 against w'work (Rank-9)

Wycombe.......13 on target...22 off target...1 against w'work (Rank-24)



Previous Meetings

In 27 previous meetings there have been 9 wins for Wycombe, 7 for Brentford and 11 draws.

At Adams Park there have been 8 wins for Wycombe, 4 for Brentford and 3 draws.

1994/95 LG1: Wycombe 4 Brentford 3

1995/96 LG1: Wycombe 2 Brentford 1

1996/97 LG1: Wycombe 0 Brentford 1

1997/08 LG1: Wycombe 0 Brentford 0

1998/99 FLT:. Wycombe 1 Brentford 4

1999/00 LG1: Wycombe 2 Brentford 0

2000/01 LG1: Wycombe 0 Brentford 0

2001/02 FLT:. Wycombe 1 Brentford 0

2001/02 LG1: Wycombe 5 Brentford 3

2002/03 FAC: Wycombe 2 Brentford 4

2002/03 LG1: Wycombe 4 Brentford 0

2003/04 LG1: Wycombe 1 Brentford 2

2007/08 LG2: Wycombe 1 Brentford 0

2008/09 LG2: Wycombe 0 Brentford 0

2009/10 LG2: Wycombe 1 Brentford 0



The Man In The Middle

Saturday's referee is Keith Stroud from Hampshire who was promoted to the National List of Referees in 2004. His most recent Wycombe game was a 1-0 home win over Brentford in November 2009. So far this season he's issued 1 red and 23 yellow cards in 5 games.



Prediction

Wycombe 2 Brentford 1



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Writer:Len
Date:Friday September 9 2011
Time: 1:16AM

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