However, Brentford, fourth, currently ten points behind West Brom, does not rule out his own chances of overtaking Fulham and the Baggies to get their own promotion move.
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Next game for the Bees is a key home game against Scott Parker’s team tomorrow at 12:30 pm before taking on the Baggies next Friday.
Positive results in both games will give Brentford a huge chance of being in the top two, but only if Slaven Bilic’s team slips in its next two games.
Brentford head coach Thomas Frank hopes for just that.
“Normally I’m pretty tough,‘ No, focus on Fulham and then West Brom, “said Frank, speaking to the Evening Standard.
“But I think now that we’ve had time to really cool down, we know these two games are essential if we’re going to have a chance to go straight up. ”
“Let’s always start with the first game. Can we win this? This will give us an opportunity in the next. If we don’t win this, there is no reason to talk about the West Brom game. ”
There is more momentum than ever for Albion to make sure they end the season forcefully – so they can rule out even the slightest chance of not achieving their automatic promotion goal and a return to the next level. .