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

We'll be bringing you team news an hour ahead of kick off while we will be providing updates as and when they happen from the match itself.

Brentford need to win their remaining six games to stand any chance of finishing in the top six after beating Bristol City on Easter Monday.

The west Londoners will be missing Ryan Woods for the second game of a three game ban after his red card against Sheffield United on Good Friday.

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That’s the final whistle and a big win for the Bees.

Ipswich force a couple of corners but Brentford deal with it.

Dan Bentley makes a superb point blank save. Chris Mepham blocks the follow up. Brentford go back the other end and Maupay is offside.

Emiliano Marcondes replaced Josh McEachran after the goal. The visiting fans have been heard singing for Mick McCarthy to get out of their club. Ipswich have to push forward more - they came for a 0-0 - can the Bees pick them off on the counter?

Neal Maupay sends Bialkowski the wrong way. BRENTFORD LEAD!

PENALTY BRENTFORD. Neal Maupay is fouled. THe Frenchman is set to take it.

Dan Bentley has a save to make as Ipswich counter attack. Waghorn the man denied.

Nico Yennaris and Sergi Canos replace Kamo Mokotjo and Sergi Canos.

Callum Connolly pulls Josh McEachran back and the Bees man throws him to the floor. It’s a yellow card each.

Brentford have to find a way to grind this out. Ipswich are playing defensive football. With Millwall, Derby and Middlesbrough all winning, the Bees must take three points this afternoon.

The teams are out. Alan Judge gets us going again.

That’s the half-time whistle

Callum Connolly has the ball in the net but he handled it to begin with.

Bialkowski makes a decent save to deny Judge.

Romaine Sawyers gets on the end of a ball over the top. He’s under pressure and fires wide. He’ll feel he needs to do better in that situation.

Brentford win a couple of corners - the second is a well worked routine that is cut out and cleared.

Chambers is unable to continue and he will be replaced by Myles Henlock

Luke Chambers needs treatment and both sets of medical teams are on the pitch to tend to it.

Alan Judge is fouled and Cameron Carter-Vickers is booked

So cloe from Brentford. They work the ball across the pitch. Barbet goes for goal and it’s going wide. Neal Maupay doesn’t know much about it and directs the ball goalwards. Bialkowski makes a save.

Ollie Watkins has taken a knock.

“One Ray Wilkins” reverberates around all four sides of Griffin Park as the minute’s applause takes place. We’re off and underway.

Luke Hyam and Alan Judge exchange a brief handshake ahead of the game.

The two teams are coming out onto the pitch here.

We’re 10 minutes away from kick off

Bialkowski

Spence, Carter-Vickers, Chambers, Webster, Knudsen

Hyam, Connolly (cb), Nydam

Waghorn, Sears

Ipswich have made five changes and have, what appears to be, six centre backs in their starting XI