Well… none of the Brentford players hopefully. Next Saturday will see 2,000-plus Bees fans heading to the Black Country to cheer the lads on to, hopefully, another win. Revitalized from their early season malaise, this stable, confident and potent team have now won six on the spin and are, at last, starting to look like a side equipped to challenging for promotion.
Molineux will certainly provide a hostile setting, with Kenny Jackets experienced team having consolidated it would appear after two consecutive relegations – Premier League to League One is some fall from grace. Few experienced Bees fans will be taking anything for granted come Saturday afternoon, but let’s not forget, Wolverhampton Wanderers are where they are on merit and, in similar circumstances in recent years, the Bees have gone to places like Nottingham Forest, Sheffield United and Southampton and come away with the maximum haul.
Prior to the Stevenage showdown Rosler may have been tempted to make changes to the side that demolished Crewe Alexander so thoroughly on Saturday, trying to ‘out tactic’ the opposition – however, the success a consistent starting eleven has brought will hopefully counter those thoughts. And as we all know there is still room for improvement from certain players, so we are not at maximum strength still.
The Bees really can go to the West Midlands at the weekend and win… so make sure you’re there to play your part.