With you on that selection other than Mbeumo, personally I’d rather see Fosu start.This has to be a clean sheet. They have two slow lumps up front in Paterson and Rhodes although, on his day, Kadeem Harris is pretty sharp which might mean MBS is kept away from playing at LB, and Adam Reach always has the capacity to strike from long-range. I wouldn't expect them to trouble us as much as the last three sides we have met and we should be able to negotiate this game safely. Provided we don't isolate Forss we should be OK. Strongest side possible, no experimentation.
Dalsgaard Reid Pinnock Roerslev
DaSilva Jensen Janelt
Mbeumo Forss Canos
Zamburek isn’t the answer. It’s either a back 5 as some have said or same formation
Dalsgaard Reid Pinnock Fosu
Da Silva Janelt Jensen
Mbeumo Forss Canos
Some should probably be rested on current form but unfortunately we haven’t got the options. Hopefully it clicks again and we get a big result, after all we know they are all capable. Cmon bees
[/QUOTE. I would go for this line up, think it’s the best available to us would prefer Fosu further forward but will do a good job for us in defence as he did before
I'd agree with that.The one thing the Wednesday team appear not to be is mobile, so the right question is: which players in our squad are fit and mobile to cause their team problems.
I think that both will be different, as you note. It appears Wednesday don't concede vast numbers but also score even less, so their ambition may be 0-0, but... they do juggle around with formations and personnel as nothing really seems to work for them. It's a game where we need to be in their faces to keep our confidence higher than theirs.I'd agree with that.
Against Stoke we'll need our most robust side IMHO.
Think both games we will face a parked bus and both opponents would be delighted with a 0-0.
Hopefully we can overcome these challenges and then on to Norwich, which should be a decent spectacle
Personally with the players available I would go 3-5-2 . allows Ghoddos to get closer to Forss so he’s not isolated plus gives Sorensen a rest.
I like the look of this. With Ghoddos dropping deeper to link the play like the 10 that he is. 3-5-1-1 at times.Personally with the players available I would go 3-5-2 . allows Ghoddos to get closer to Forss so he’s not isolated plus gives Sorensen a rest.
Forss out too now? F me. Now what? Elvis up top?
Yeah I look the look of him too. But I guess that's based on about 3 mins playing time.If we didn't have so many senior players out I'd say Pressley was guaranteed to start but TF might not want to chuck another b teamer on for the debut.
Personally I'd give him a shot, he's a big unit of a lad so he's got more chance of holding the ball than Forss.
Thomas Frank is doing his pre match interview so there's a few twitter accounts posting up parts from it.
The concussion to Forss will keep him out tomorrow
Ah ha; self evidently don't know how relevant it is to the Owls but here is the video fm the OS that says it is the B Team boys preparing for Luton tomorrow; don't know when it is shot but Elvis the Striker features prominently in it . . . . .; you might think that, if he were going to start tomorrow night, he would have trained with the FT.
Brentford B take on a Luton Town XI on Wednesday afternoon at Bisham Abbey. Take a look as Neil MacFarlane puts his side through their paces at Jersey Road.www.brentfordfc.com
didn't someone say hes with the b teamPressley's been on the bench quite a bit recently, big, strong and energetic, so I'd start him. It needs a player who will know the role as a central attacker and he ought to be able to hold the ball up better than Canós or Mbeumo. The midfield is self-selecting so the next question is left back...