The bee’s knees: Latest from the Brentford camp ahead of Wolves clash

Wolverhampton Wanderers will be looking to back up their first victory of the season when they take on Brentford in Saturday’s lunch-time kick-off

<p>Relegation: 10/3
(Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)</p>

Relegation: 10/3 (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Wolves are looking to make it back-to-back wins when they take on Premier League new boys Brentford at Molineux on Saturday.

Bruno Lage’s side finally got their first three points of the season on the board with an impressive 2-0 victory at Watford but the Wanderers will be keen to now back that up with a win on home soil.

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Thomas Frank’s team are the ones who stand in the way this weekend and so we got the full background check from our LondonWorld reporter Rahman Osman, to see exactly what we can expect from the Bees.

Odds: 16/1 Probability: 5.9% (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

A 90th minute goal from Brighton saw them lose their last game, do you think this will have an effect on the side ahead of Wolves?

That was a really cruel goal to concede. That last minute strike from Leandro Trossard meant Brentford lost their impressive unbeaten start to the season.

That will hurt, and it will be at the back of their mind but it’s hard to tell how they will react to it, they might say ‘ok, that was painful so we have to change that feeling against Wolves’ or get scared and lose the principles that have helped them to the strong start.

I think this game will tell us more about the bonds that make up this team, but surely the defeat will be at the back of their mind.

What’s the goal for Brentford this season?

Simple, Premier League survival and if they can make some memories like the magical win against Arsenal along the way, then that will be a bonus.

On the evidence of the games played so far, they have it in them to do both.

Ivan Toney of Brentford celebrates after scoring their sides first goal (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Stand out player so far?

Hard to look beyond Ivan Toney, 33 goals last season, smashed the Championship record, and off the mark already in the Premier League.

You sense he will be massive to their plans this season, he’s Brentford’s very own Romelu Lukaku.

Any weaknesses you think Wolves can expose?

Wolves are riding high after winning at Watford whilst Brentford lost with the last kick of the game, so that could play a part on the day.

Brentford have not won against Wolves in their last four meetings and that should give the home side a psychological advantage.

Team news ahead of the game?

Apart from Josh Dasilva and Mads Sorensen who are long term absentees, Brentford have no injury concerns.

Predicted line up (3-5-2):

Raya; Ajer, Jansson, Pinnock; Canos, Onyeka, Norgaard, Janlet, Henry; Toney, Mbeumo

Score prediction: Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 Brentford

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