There's more Football League action to enjoy on Monday night, when Brentford visit the Macron Stadium to face Bolton Wanderers live on Sky Sports at 7.45pm.Brentford will arrive in Bolton with vastly contrasting fortunes to the hosts. The Bees have won five of their last seven games, to sit 11th, only losing to high-flying Hull City. Bolton, on the other hand, are winless in 11 and find themselves firmly planted at the foot of the Championship.
Neil Lennon’s men have won just once so far this season and have worryingly only managed to find the back of the net once in their last four matches - scoring in their 2-1 loss to Reading.
Despite their differing seasons, Bolton will go into this game with history firmly on their side. The Trotters are unbeaten in the last four contests between the pair, with the Bees' last victory coming in 1992.
Speaking ahead of the game, Lennon was full of praise for Brentford and thinks his side have been dreadfully unlucky so far this campaign, but still believes they can secure a vital victory.
“They say you make your own luck, well we must have run over 15 black cats this season!” he said during his pre-match press conference.
“Our home fans are brilliant and our home form has been pretty good since I came in. We feel it is a winnable game under the lights. We've got good experience in the squad, we came through a similar situation last year and are confident we can do so again.
Here's Neil Lennon speaking to @SkySports during his pre-@BrentfordFC press conference. #BWFCpic.twitter.com/9Aw59m6LDW— Bolton Wanderers FC (@OfficialBWFC) November 27, 2015
“We're not playing badly and could have won many of the drawn games. We just need to find a bit more quality in front of goal.
“Brentford have a good structure in place. They're a good side and have been a great success story over the last few seasons.”
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