Deportivo Alaves vs Villarreal CF

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While the Bees are busy closing out their campaign at a canter – they have scored 14 goals in their last five games, including four against Derby – Dean Smith would appreciate the services of defender Bjelland, who has overcome the injury which has kept him sidelined since early March.

Josh McEachran’s participation in South Yorkshire is uncertain as the former Chelsea midfielder did not make the squad for the Derby game despite recovering from his long-term ankle problem.

Florian Jozefzoon continues to make a positive impact as a substitute and the Dutchman will hope to play a more prominent role for mid-table Brentford over the run-in.
Dean Smith has rung the changes for Brentford’s Easter Monday fixture with Barnsley with the fixtures against QPR and Fulham in mind.

The west Londoners have made four changes from the side that beat Derby by four goals to nil.

With both sides assured of a place in next season’s Championship it allows Smith to rotate, with the fixtures against their west London rivals in mind.

Jack Bonham has been handed a start for the Bees in place of Dan Bentley; his first start for the Bees in the league.

John Egan has returned to the starting line-up alongside Harlee Dean, with Yoann Barbet dropping to the bench.

Konstantin Kerschbaumer is restored to the team at the expense of Nico Yennaris; the former Arsenal man drops to the bench.

Florian Jozefzoon comes into the line up in pace of Sergi Canos, who drops to the bench.

Brentford: Bonham, Clarke, Dean, Egan, Henry, Woods, Kerschbaumer, Sawyers, Jozefzoon, Vibe, Jota.

Dean Smith has rung the changes for Brentford’s Easter Monday fixture with Barnsley with the fixtures against QPR and Fulham in mind.

The west Londoners have made four changes from the side that beat Derby by four goals to nil.

With both sides assured of a place in next season’s Championship it allows Smith to rotate, with the fixtures against their west London rivals in mind.

Jack Bonham has been handed a start for the Bees in place of Dan Bentley; his first start for the Bees in the league.

Burton Albion boss Nigel Clough admits it’s squeaky bum time at the bottom of the Championship with a crucial run-in for each side lying ahead of them.

The Brewers boss leads his side to St Andrew’s on Easter Monday knowing a win would go a long way to aiding their own survival bid, while being seriously detrimental to Blues – and vice versa.

Blackburn’s win at Nottingham Forest on Good Friday has only served to make the battle among the cluster of clubs at the foot of the table all the more tighter.

Birmingham City head into tomorrows game knowing that only a win is good enough if they want to ease their fears of being relegated to League One.

Burton Albion visit St.Andrews in more trouble than the hosts so this one is a massive relegation six-pointer so to say.

Gianfranco Zola has only won two games in the league since he arrived in Birmingham and he will have everything crossed in B9 tomorrow as he knows that he is now walking on water rather than very thin ice because patience is wearing very very thin.

Following yet another poor performance on Friday afternoon against relegated Rotherham United, Blues fans backing of the Italian finally gave way as they voiced their concerns after the Millers equalised late on to secure their first point in 10 games.

I personally think Zola will look to change the team around tomorrow in the hope of gaining three much needed points.

Down below is the side that I think he will name along with the seven substitutes

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