Foot Predictions shows Saturday’s championship clash between Brentford and Rotherham United, including hunches, betting tips and possible lineups.
Promotion search Brentford face Rotherham United on Saturday afternoon, having lost four of the last six league matches.
Despite remaining in the relegation zone, the Millers arrive at this match sitting with only three points of security and with two games less.
Before the trip to Norwich City leaders, head of Brentford Thomas Frank he would be confident that his team could return to the championship title race.
However, the 1-0 loss on Carrow Road left the Bees with a 10-point deficit, and was under increasing pressure from Watford and Swansea City.
Ambitions to win the promotion as champions are now in the background, with Frank focused on ensuring that another setback does not occur on his own ground.
Although successive home wins have been recorded against Sheffield Wednesday and Stoke City, Brentford has yet to recover from its surprise at Barnsley on February 14.
The Tykes and Cardiff City have also gained significant ground in recent weeks, leaving Brentford as close to eighth place as they are for Norwich.
Despite having suffered five consecutive defeats, Rotherham has always remained in contention to get out of trouble due to their games played.
However, his last triumph against rival Sheffield Wednesday on Wednesday night has the potential to change his season, with Millers now able to move up to 19th place if they win in their extra head team.
With meetings with Brentford and Watford before the next international break, Paul Warne you won’t be thinking much ahead, but there is a strong belief that they can get out of the relegation zone.
While the goals scored in Hillsborough ended a four-game wait to reach the bottom of the net, the Yorkshire team has now been out for more than a month without conceding more than two goals in one match.
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Freddie Ladapo will replace the suspended Michael Smith, who was sent off during the second half of the win against the Owls.
Florian Jozefzoon is lined up to make his second game in quick succession after registering his first campaign assist.
After two games as a substitute last week, the Brentford midfielder Christian Norgaard is in the running to begin.
Tariqe Fosu-Henry could replace Sergi Canos on the left flank, while Frank may want to give Emiliano Marcondes an opportunity to impress in a creative role.
Pontus Jansson and Rico Henry both remain absent due to injury and neither player is expected to return in the short term.
Possible initial lineup for Brentford:
Raya; Dalsgaard, Reid, Pinnock, Sorensen; Norgaard, Janelt, Marcondes; Mbeumo, Toney, Pipes
Possible initial line-up for Rotherham United:
Johansson; Olosunde, Harding, MacDonald, Wiles; Wing, Barlaser, Crooks; Jozefzoon, Ladapo, Giles
Probability: Brentford 2-1 Rotherham United
After the dramatic midweek victory, Rotherham will feel that some pressure was lifted before the clash in the capital. However, we are supporting Brentford to overcome the line in a disputed match, potentially during the final stages, when they will be aware that they cannot afford many more points lost.
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