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

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.

The game represents Brentford's last chance to mount a play-off charge with the Tees-siders the club occupying sixth spot.

The Bees were beaten 1-0 at Millwall on Saturday and 3-1 by Cardiff on Tuesday night, while Boro are going into the game on top form.

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Middlesbrough win a couple of corners. Both a cleared and that’s the final whistle

Canos shot deflects behind for a corner

If anything Traore ran into him. Hooper has been conned.

That’s a disgraceful decision. Romaine Sawyers is sent off after he’s run into. There was no intent.

It’s a goalmouth scramble and Middlesbrough somehow clear. Brentford are sniffing victory

Alan Judge replaces Kamo Mokotjo

Traore shot defelcts wide

Romaine Sawyers forces a great save from Darren Randolph.

Lewis Macleod’s afternoon is over and he’s replaced by Romaine Sawyers. Britt Assombalonga replaces Besic.

Canos has a shot straight at Randolph and Woods then fires over the bar

Sergi Canos’ shot goes across goal and wide.

Lovely Bees move and Lewis Macleod’s shot is saved by Randolph

Sergi Canos comes on for Ollie Watkins

Watkins brought down on the edge of the box

Second change sees Howson replaced by Leadbitter

Traore fires over

Neal Maupay turns and shoots - it goes over the bar. Good move by Brentford.

Besic should be sent off here - late, reckless and high challenge. Only a yellow card.

Ayala has been replaced by Fry

Bamfor has an air shot at the back post. Brentford break and win a corner but it’s easy for Randolph.

Dalsgaard booked

Adama Traore is the most impressive player I’ve seen at Griffin Park this season. He’s caused all sorts of problems this afternoon with his pace and power.

Brentford win their first corner of the half but Egan is penalised

We’re back underway

That’s the half time whistle. Brentford rallied well after falling behind

John Egan makes a crucial block to stop the rampaging Traore.

GET IN! Lewis Macleod has his first goal for the Bees, three years into his time. Injuries have disrupted his spell at Griffin Park but his name is on the scoresheet now.

Brentford have the ball on the edge of the Boro area. They can’t find space to get a shot away. The cross into the box is easy for Randolph.

Close. Macleod’s shot takes a deflection and Randolphn has to tip it over. A corner routine is gathered by the Boro keeper.

Brentford win their first corner of the game and Mepham heads it wide at the near post