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Hello and welcome to live coverage of Brentford's contest with Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The Bees have had a difficult start to the Championship season, losing three of their first four and conceding a stoppage time equaliser against Bristol City.

Wolves, on the other hand, have made a strong start to the campaign, winning three of their first four before suffering a 2-1 reverse against Cardiff City last weekend.

Dean Smith's side did have some joy in the week as Brentford claimed a 4-1 victory at west London rivals QPR. An Ariel Borysiuk own goal was followed by strikes from John Egan, Neal Maupay and Josh Clarke.

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Key Events

That’s it. Brentford draw and move off the bottom of the table

Brentford win a free kick 25 yards out. Nico Yennaris is over it. It’s into the wall and Wolves break but the offside flag saves Brentford

Wolves should have nicked it at the death but somehow Dicko heads behind him

Brentford win a cornerand it’s headed wide by Dalsgaard

Ruben Neves replaced by Jack Price

Brentford are finishing the game strongly and win a corner. Can they make this pressure tell?

Great play from Ryan Woods. He finds Maupay. The Frenchman plays it back to Sawyers but his shot goes over the bar. Nouha Dicko replaces Leo Bonatini.

A poor clearance lets Diogo Jota in but Bentley makes a fine save

Bjelland fouls Ruddy from the corner.

Sawyers creates a chance for Maupay and wins a corner. Andreas Bjelland replaces Yoann Barbet.

Ryan Woods comes on to a huge ovation while Flo Jo makes an instant impact as he wins a corner.

Florian Jozefzoon comes on for Jota. Ryan Woods replaces Kamo Mokotjo

Diogo Jota appeared to catch Nico Yennaris with an elbow. The pair get a talking to.

Diogo Jota easily outmuscles Brentford’s Jota. He gets into shooting range before lashing an effort just wide of Bentley’s goal.

Neal Maupay should have given Brentford the lead. A deep cross from Ollie Watkins finds Romaine Sawyers. He plays a brilliant ball back to Maupay but he miscues his shot and it goes wide.

Wolves win the first corner of the second half and there’s a penalty shout but nothing is given.

We’re back out for the second half with Brentford getting us back underway. Wolves are making a change as Bright Enobakhare is replaced by Ivan Cavaleiro.

An error from Henrik Dalsgaard presents Wolves with a corner before the break. It’s cleared and that’s the half-time whistle. Both sides have huffed and puffed but 0-0 probably the fair scoreline.

Three minutes added on in the first half

Matt Doherty goes into the book for a late tackle on Ollie Watkins

So close for the Bees. Neal Maupay tries to get a shot away. The ball falls to Jota, on his right foot, but it strikes the post and bounces away.

Jota hits the post

Special moment as Ryan Woods goes to warm up with the Ealing Road rising to him and applauding, showing their love.

Romain Saiss stands over it and it goes harmlessly over the bar

Brentford need to get back to their football. They’re second to every ball at the moment. Harlee Dean goes into the book for bringing down Diogo Jota

Ruben Vinagre has been denied twice by Bentley in the last few minutes. The first saw the flag up for offside.

Harlee Dean has taken a blow to the head and the physio is on. The defender takes on some liquid refreshment. It looks as if he’ll be okay to continue

Great defending from Henrik Dalsgaard. He had to be aleart to the danger of Leo Bonatini. He wins the ball and clears. Wolves looking much stronger as the game goes on.

Brentford win a free kick on the edge of the penalty area. Ollie Watkins and Jota stand over the ball. It’s fizzed in by Watkins and cleared by Wolves.

Diogo Jota has a go from distance but it’s comfortably wide of Dan Bentley’s goal.