Brentford v Hull preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 4:36pm
Brentford midfielders Romaine Sawyers and Florian Jozefzoon are both doubtful for the home game against Hull.
Sawyers was forced out of last week's defeat at Barnsley due to an ankle injury and will be assessed, while Jozefzoon is struggling with a knee problem.
Boss Dean Smith, who has no other new injury worries, is expected to make several changes, with Nico Yennaris, Kamohelo Mokotjo, Alan Judge and Neal Maupay all in contention to start. Defender Rico Henry (knee) remains sidelined as the Bees bid to complete a top-10 finish.
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Hull boss Nigel Adkins could hand a first-team debut to young midfielder Dan Batty. Batty, who has featured in three cup games this season after progressing through the club's academy, could make his first league appearance.
Centre-half Angus MacDonald will miss out due to a shoulder injury sustained in last week's home defeat to Cardiff. Fellow defender and long-term absentee Moses Odubajo is not expected to be involved despite returning to light training this week, while James Weir (knee) is still out.
Brentford have lost each of their last three league matches against Hull, losing both games in 2015-16 and the reverse fixture this season.
The Tigers have won four of their last six away league trips to Griffin Park (L2) although those games are spread between 1994 and 2015.
Since losing their opening Championship game at Griffin Park this season, Brentford have lost just two of their 21 home games since (W9 D10).
Hull have only won on the final day of the league season once in their last 13 seasons (D4 L8), a 5-1 win over Rotherham in 2015-16.
Hull have conceded more goals from the penalty spot than any other team in the Championship this season (7).
Brentford have benefitted from three own goals this season, a joint league-high (Hull, Reading and Sunderland also three).