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Hello and welcome to this afternoon's live coverage of Ipswich Town vs Brentford.

The Bees are looking for their first win of the season after getting off the mark against Bristol City on Tuesday night, although the squad felt it should have been all three points.

Ipswich, on the other hand, have made a flying start and have won three games out of three, with a 4-3 win over Millwall the latest in an impressive opening to the campaign.

The Tractor Boys have a few injury problems mounting up and will be without their first choice defenders, while the Bees are hoping Rico Henry will return after missing the 2-2 draw with the Robins.

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Four minutes added on

Brentford win a couple of corners. It comes to nothing though.

Yellow: Myles Kenlock

That’s a yellow every day of the week. Kenlock goes in late on Theo Archibald and is in the book.

Josh Clarke replaces Florian Jozefzoon

When your luck is out, your luck is out. Lasse Vibe has been forced off and Theo Archibald is on for his Brentford debut

Lasse Vibe has an instinctive shot that Bialkowski has to save. Brentford corner but the Dane is hurt.

Martyn Waghorn is replaced by Flynn Downes

Ipswich have 10 players in their own half but a clearance finds Joe Garner and Yoann Barbet makes a crucial interception

Neal Maupay is replaced by Lasse Vibe

It looks as if Lasse Vibe will be coming on in a minute. Oliver Langford has been poor with the whistle today and he brings a Brentford break back for a Bees free kick, which he insists must be taken from a certain position.

Brentford’s heads have dropped after going two goals down

Goal! Ipswich 2-0 Brentford (Garner)

When your luck is out, your luck is out. Joe Garner powers the header at goal and Nico Yennaris clears off the line. But, the referee’s watch suggests it crossed the line, despite nobody in the ground suggesting otherwise

Harlee Dean loses the ball and David McGoldrick breaks down the left. His cross is cleared by Yoann Barbet. From the corner, Ipswich score.

The second half is unedrway. Ipswich are trying to rattle Maupay immediately

Half Time: Ipswich 1-0 Brentford

How the Bees haven’t scored I don’t know. It’s another afternoon where the opposing goalkeeper has been the best player on the pitch.

Yellow: Maupay

Neal Maupay who has been on the end of some robust fouls is booked for dissent

It’s another one of those days for Brentford. First, Romaine Sawyers is denied by Bialkowski, then Nico Yennaris strikes the bar with a shot from outside the area. Florian Jozefzoon then heads at the keeper from six yards. Another lucky escape for the hosts

Yellow: Romaine Sawyers

The Brentford midfielder is booked for dissent

Goal! Ipswich 1-0 Brentford (Waghorn)

Martyn Waghorn gives Ipswich the lead. Romaine Sawyers’ ball to Kamo Mokotjo is cut out. Ipswich break. It looked as if Nico Yennaris had committed a foul on the edge of the box. Waghorn comes in and turns the ball home.

Neal Maupay’s every touch is being booed by the home fans and he’s clearly wound up. The Frenchman goes close when he races through but Bialkowski clears the danger and clatters him for good measure

Grant Ward goes for goal from 30 yards and Dan Bentley has to tip it over. Brentford struggle to clear the corner and the offside flag, once again, rescues them.

Neal Maupay goes down after a raking challenge wanting a free kick. It looked a foul to me. Ipswich fans give Maupay grief and the referee penalises him when, again, he appeared to be fouled.

Ipswich break and Martyn Waghorn is played onside by Ollie Watkins. Yoann Barbet gets back to snuff out the danger at the expense of a corner. Brentford struggle to clear it and the Tractor Boys maintain the pressure. However, an offside flag against Dominic Iorfa ends the threat

Beautiful from Brentford. Nico Yennaris plays a delightful ball to Ollie Watkins. He creates a shooting chance and Bialkowski in the Ipswich goal turns his shot wide.

Ipswich making a load of fouls in non-threatening areas of the pitch

Jordan Spence lucky to get away without a booking after hauling down Neal Maupay, who had turned him beautifully. Brentford with the free kick that is taken by Ollie Watkins. He whips it into the back post but Yoann Barbet can’t direct his volley on target

Nico Yennaris has a shot that is deflected over the bar. Brentford win their second corner of the afternoon. It’s turned behind for another as the away fans sing their team on. The second attempt comes to nothing

At the other end, Dan Bentley slips as he controls the ball but was under no pressure so had time to pick himself back up.

First really good piece of play and, as you’d expect, Ollie Watkins is at the heart of it, twisting and turning his way through the Ipswich defence. His pass to Florian Jozefzoon is slightly overhit.