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Brentford to qualify
Brentford’s performance levels have dropped below their usual standard in their last three matches – each of them defeats.
They had, however, won eight in a row prior to that sequence and, coming into this only a goal down, have an opportunity to make amends for Sunday’s loss in Swansea.
Said Benrahma to score
Despite not having a great game in the first leg of this tie on Sunday, Benrahma still managed two attempts on goal at the Liberty Stadium.
The Algerian has taken 13 shots in his last four games without scoring, while he averages more shots than any other player in the Championship (3.8 per game).
He has netted 17 goals already this season and, if he maintains his attacking threat, the law of averages suggests that he can’t be far away from his 18th.
Both teams to score
BTTS has landed in half of Brentford’s last six matches, while they have only once failed to score in their last 16 home games.
Swansea have drawn one blank in their last eight, so both sides are capable of doing their bit.
Over 2.5 goals
Brentford were the top scorers in the Championship during the regular season, netting 80 goals.
There have been three or more goals in six of their last nine matches at Griffin Park.
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