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The League One play-off final comes from Wembley Stadium on Sunday afternoon as Brentford and Yeovil Town lock horns in what is set to be an entertaining match between two sides desperate for Championship football.
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Brentford deserve a lot of credit for reaching the final after their heartache on the final day of the regular season saw them finish in third, whereas Yeovil might have surprised a few in beating Sheffield United in the semi-final.
Looking at Brentford to begin with, they had a dramatic two legs against Swindon Town and needed a penalty shootout to book their place at Wembley.
Uwe Rosler will be delighted his men now have the chance to reach the second tier of English football and as they finished two points ahead of Yeovil in League One, they should be confident about coming out on top here.
13/10 are the best odds you can get on the Bees winning this one inside 90 minutes.
It has now been five matches since the London club last won a match inside normal time, so they aren’t in the best of form right now.
Clayton Donaldson has been the main man going forward for Brentford this season and he got himself a brace last time out, which means he is sure to be in good spirits ahead of this trip to Wembley.
Donaldson is at 5/1 to score the first goal here and as we have seen on a number of occasions this campaign, he only needs half a chance to stick the ball in the back of the net.
Brentford play some pleasing-on-the-eye football and if they can get the ball down on the floor on Sunday, they might just have a bit too much quality for their opponents.
Yeovil should be in excellent sprits though as they did the double over Brentford in League Two this season, scoring six goals in the two matches.
The Somerset club are managed by Gary Johnson, who is an experienced coach that knows all about these big encounters and what it takes to win them.
Johnson’s side lost the first leg against Sheffield United 1-0, but played extremely well in the second leg on home soil and took the game 2-0. If they can put in a similar performance here, then Yeovil could be heading into the Championship.
Paddy Madden has been struggling for goals in recent weeks and needs to return to form this weekend. The Irishman is a 5/1 to score first and if given the chance to put the ball in the net, he simply has to take it.
Yeovil have a very young squad and it will be interesting to see how they cope with the pressure of a Wembley final.
One thing is for sure, this is all set to be a cracking 90 minutes action with so much at stake. We have seen teams secure back-to-back promotions to the Premier League from League One over the years and Brentford and Yeovil will be dreaming of something similar. Kick-off is at 1.30pm on Sunday.