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Good evening and welcome to GetWestLondon's live coverage of Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Brentford.

The Bees have had an excellent Christmas period, winning all three of their games. They claimed 2-1 wins over Norwich City away and Aston Villa at Griffin Park, while Sheffield Wednesday left TW8 with nothing after the Bees inflicted a 2-0 defeat onto them.

Wolves, on the other hand, are looking to go 12 points clear at the top of the Championship with victory tonight. Nuno Santo's side have been described at the best side in the second tier by a variety of Brentford employees, including Dean Smith and Ryan Woods.

So it promises to be an exciting encounter between two sides who like to play football on the deck.

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Wolves claim a deserved win

For me, Wolves are the best team Brentford have played in this division since winning promotion in 2014. They’re so dangerous going forward, making brilliant one touch passes. At the back, they’re rock solid.

That’s it. A deep corner is turned back across and, after a bit of pinball, Diogo Jota turns home.

Josh Clarke comes on for Yoann Barbet

Neal Maupay replaces Lasse Vibe

Jozefzoon has looked lively since coming off the bench, winning a corner. It comes to nothing though.

Barbet joins Ruben Neves in the book

Florian Jozefzoon replaces Sergi Canos

Just like that Wolves go 2-0 up as Barry Douglas finishes off a fine team move

It’s in! Ruben Neves curls it into the top corner and the leaders are in front.

Wolves have a free kick 20 yards out and to the left of the goal.

Cavaleiro replaces Helder Costa

Nico Yennaris is able to continue. Brentford get the ball into the Wolves box but are unable to get a shot away.

Bentley has made another superb save. Nico Yennaris, however, is down and in some pain

That’s the half. Ipswich are winnng at Fulham and Birmingham lead at Reading.

Brentford had a good spell but Wolves are denied again by Dan Bentley - his best save of the night. He punches the corner clear.

Brentford go closest as a free kick is headed towards goal. Ruddy took off but it drifts wide. Barbet’s corner is headed behind for another one. Second corner into the side netting.

Lasse Vibe nearly intercepts Ruddy but he’s penalised. Scare for Wolves.

Brentford win a corner. Watkins’ effort curls over everyone and out for a goal kick.

That’s another crucial Dan Bentley save as Wolves break through the Brentford defence. Bentley races out and makes a fine save from Helder Costa

Ollie Watkins is in the book, although he claims it shoudl have been Andreas Bjelland. The free kick goes over hte bar.

Sergi Canos gets a shot away and it’s easy for Ruddy

Brentford win a free kick just over 25 yards out. Yoann Barbet is the man to take it. It’s high and over the bar.

Dan Bentley has made a superb save to deny Wolves an opener.

Nico Yennaris clears off the line! Superb stuff from the full back. Brentford counter and Vibe’s shot is blocked.

Great defending from Chris Mepham to win Brentford a goal kick

Only 10 minutes in and it’s been an early reminder why Wolves are, as things stand, 10 points clear. They move the ball very well and are a constant threat going forward, while being solid at the back. A perfect combination.

Good work from Nico Yennaris down the right to send Ollie Watkins clear. His cross just evades Sergi Canos

Brentford have settled down after that early pressure and now look to apply some of their own.

#TemeKemes comes up on the big screen showing their backing to Carl Ikeme. We wish him well as well.