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EFL: Brentford vs Charlton

Brentford is uplifting to welcome Charlton at the bottom of the table on Tuesday night knowing that their sixth straight victory will help them continue to have a direct promotion to the Premier League. Due to their late defeat at home to Millwall, Addicks realized they might need a victory to avoid falling into the relegation zone.

Brentford captain Frank is expected to return the starting kick to Josh Dasilva, who replaced the injured Shandon Baptiste in the first half of the win over Wigan, which could be the only change for the starting line-up. . Having won four with a clean sheet, Brentford enjoyed a dream of returning to the Premier League and remained a threat to Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion for direct promotion. There was a time when Thomas Frank was content with finishing in the top 6, especially during February when they didn't win five rounds in a row. Their fate may depend on whether West Brom can continually respond to the pressure placed on them weekly, Benrahma's hat-trick against Wigan Athletic on Saturday brought him. Reach the 14 goals this season

Charlton captain Lee Bowyer hopes to continue their 3-match unbeaten run since the return of the game, 7 points from the previous 3 matches is a positive signal but the 1-0 loss to Millwall has made London team faces a battle against relegation with 3 points more than the red light group. Despite the chaos behind the scenes at Wigan Athletic, Bowyer will emphasize to his players that they have to take care that their wages do not affect their performance. Compared to their rivals, Charlton's last 5 games were significantly more difficult and this match Bowyer is likely to switch to a 5-man midfield instead of persisting with a 4-4-2 layout. So Sam Field and Jonathan Williams are pushing for a start, with Aiden McGeady and Macauley Bonne, both candidates falling to the bench.