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Brentford moved into the play-off positions after edging a five-goal thriller against Brighton at Griffin Park.

Goals from Moses Odubajo, Andre Gray and Jonathan Douglas sent the Bees up to sixth in the table after running out 3-2 winners on Saturday.

After a slow start, former Albion target Odubajo broke the deadlock before Gray grabbed a second just after the half-hour mark.

Gordon Greer pulled one back for the Seagulls, only for skipper Douglas to restore Brentford's two-goal advantage early in the second half.

Danny Holla's strike ensured a nervy finish, but Brighton couldn't find a way back as the Bees held on for an impressive victory.

Boss Mark Warburton believed his side played some of their best football so far this season in a scintillating first-half display.

He said: “From 15 minutes through to 40 minutes, that was as good as we’ve been this season.

“We could have been two down after 10 minutes, we could have been four up after 40. It was that type of game."