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Brentford, Wolves trade stunning goals, split points (video)

Two goals in two minutes sent the Bees and Wolves home with a point apiece in a stalemate in Brentford.

Brentford vs Wolves recap: Quality scoring chances were largely few and far between, as Bees and Wolves settled on a 1-1 draw in west London on Saturday.

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That is, with the exception of two minutes very early in the second half, when Ben Mee put Brentford ahead with an acrobatic overhead finish followed by a fantastic curler from Ruben Neves (outside the box, of course) less than two minutes later.

Brentford (15 points) drop one place to 11th in the Premier League following Crystal Palace’s victory over Southampton on Saturday, as they sit five points clear of the relegation zone after 13 games. Wolves (10 points - 18th place) remain that third and final bottom-three side.


What we learned from Brentford vs Wolves

Stunning goals 107 seconds apart cancel each other out

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How to watch Brentford vs Wolves live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 10 am ET, SaturdayOnline: Stream via Peacock Premium

Key storylines & star players

After losing just one of their first six games (2W-3D-1L), Brentford have been on the wrong end of a few batterings in recent weeks. The defeat to Villa saw the Bees concede three goals in the opening 14 minutes and — to rub salt in the wound — a fourth from Ollie Watkins, their former star, in the second half. This kind of lopsided result was nothing new for Brentford, who were also been beaten 3-0 by Arsenal and 5-1 by Newcastle among their six most recent games (12 goals conceded in 3 games). Of course, the Bees kept clean sheets in the other three games during that same stretch. The only constant of late for Brentford: poor chance creation and poor finishing, with just three goals scored in six games.

Steve Davis will take charge of his fifth game as interim Wolves boss following Bruno Lage’s dismissal on Oct. 2. Wolves are 1W-0D-3L in four games under Davis, with two goals scored and nine conceded. The goal-scoring struggles are hardly new, with a Premier League-low five goals (in 12 games) on the season.

Brentford team news, injuries, lineup options

OUT: Pontus Jansson (hamstring), Christian Norgaard (achilles), Aaron Hickey (ankle), Thomas Strakosha (ankle)

Wolves team news, injuries, lineup options

OUT: Raul Jimenez (groin), Pedro Neto (ankle), Sasa Kalajdzic (torn ACL), Chiquinho (knee) | QUESTIONABLE: Tote Gomes (undisclosed)

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