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Obviously, Swansea somehow managed to overturn the two-place, three-point and five-goal gap to Nottingham Forest on the final day of the season
And sneaking into the top six after a heavy win at Reading. When you compare that incredible high to Brentford throwing away automatic promotion twice
It’s only natural to question how ready Brentford are for this clash. Thomas Frank looked defeated following their 2-1 loss at home to Barnsley
That’s always been the problem for the side who miss out on automatic promotion, they struggle to pick themselves up immediately for the first leg.
Only one of the last five sides to finish third have won the first-leg of their playoff semi-final. Leeds did it last season
Meanwhile, Brentford haven’t been a side who have thrived in the playoffs in recent years.
This is their first playoff campaign since 2015 when they lost in the semi-finals to Middlesbrough.
The Bees however have actually not won any of their last 10 playoff matches across different divisions (D3 L7).
This will be Swansea’s seventh different playoff campaign within England’s top four tiers
in their previous 17 such matches, they’ve only suffered three defeats (W8 D6) and they won promotion to the League in 2011 in their last playoff campaign.
Swansea enter the playoffs on the back of four wins in their last six Championship matches (D1 L1).
Across those six matches, the Swans have only trailed for a total of 16 minutes, while they put in a strong display to deserve three-points in their draw at Forest.
Their only defeat across their last seven matches was a narrow 1-0 loss to Leeds, so we are confident that the Swans can hold their own here.
Only Wigan Athletic can boast a higher shot conversion rate since the Championship restart than Swansea City, who have scored 16 goals from 99 shots
That’s been boosted by the great form of Rhian Brewster, who has found the net 10 times for the Swans despite only arriving at the club in January.
Being in the playoffs may be a bonus for them given how far away they seemed on Wednesday morning, but boss Steve Cooper has made it clear that he wants more.
Meanwhile, he’s called for focus ahead of their clash with Brentford, as there’s an opportunity for the Swans to pile on against a team who have lost back to back game