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Obviously, there used to be a gulf between these two West London rivals. Even in recent years, Fulham have been seen as the strong team.
And this is Brentford’s first playoff final since making the League One version in 2013, which ended in a loss to Yeovil.
However, since then the Bees side, Brentford have actually risen to become one of the strongest sides in the Championship.
That’s been clear across their recent meetings, as Fulham have lost as many games against Brentford in their last four meetings (3) as they did in the previous 12 matches
It’s also been proven over the course of the season, as both of these sides ended the campaign with 81 points from 46 games.
Brentford have the biggest attacking threat across the Championship, with a front three who scored a combined 57 goals across the campaign.
They score more goals than any other side, largely because of the creativity they have going forward.
Saïd Benrahma was involved in 306 open play sequences which ended with his team having an attempt at goal, at least 57 more than any other player in the division.
That’s a worry for Fulham, as Benrahma has been directly involved in all three of Brentford’s goals against Fulham in the Championship this season (one goal and two assists)
However, they’re not a side who have to play an all-out attacking style. The Bees have notably tightened up for their biggest clashes.
They saw each of their six meetings with the top four finish with fewer than three goals scored, earning them three victories and two draws
That was repeated for Fulham in their trips, as they failed to score against each of the top three away from Craven Cottage.
Brentford’s ability to stifle their opponents has been developed since Thomas Frank arrived.
He inherited a strong attacking team, but he’s managed to make them more potent without a traditional number nine like Neal Maupay, while making them tougher at the back.
Brentford are currently unbeaten in five games against Fulham (W3 D2) and have only suffered one defeat in the last 10 clashes between the sides (W6 D3).
However, Brentford will feel more bitter about that than Fulham. The Bees blew two chances to leapfrog West Brom and claim automatic promotion.
Meanwhile, Definitely this is of course an opportunity to redeem themselves, having broken their three-game losing streak.