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Today: Brentford vs Wolverhampton live stream 27 December 2023

15 Apr 2023 — Supporters can watch all the build up to Wolves vs Brentford for free on Matchday Live Extra online via Wolves TV, the Wolves App, Wolves' ...

Wolves are yet to win on their travels this season and start the day in the drop zone, second bottom and level on points with Leeds United and Nottingham Forest. Five defeats in the last six games for Steve Davis' side tells its' own story. Mexican World Cup hopeful Raul Jimenez is still unavailable due to a groin injury, although Diego Costa has shaken off a knock picked up against Leicester. Toti Gomes is back training but not ready for selection, alongside Sasa Kalajdzic (knee), Pedro Neto (ankle), and Chiquinho (knee). 00. Spaces can be booked via accessibility@brentfordfc. com. Brentford also provide off-site blue badge parking provision, more information of which can be found at brentfordfcparking. co. uk. The Gtech Community Stadium has designated accessible turnstiles and large passenger lift access to all wheelchair spaces. All food and drink counters have also been lowered for easier wheelchair access. There are Changing Places toilets for those with complex care requirements and a dedicated sensory room for fans with sensory impairments. Audio descriptive commentary headsets and transmitters are also available when required and should be booked in advance by emailing accessibility@brentfordfc. Brentford vs Wolves TV channel, live stream and how to watchAfter suffering heavy defeats last weekend, Brentford and Wolves will want to brush off a poor result as they meet at the Gtech Community Stadium on Saturday. (15:00 kick off) Both sides lost 4-0 last time out, with Wolves bruised by a cross-Midlands derby drubbing to Leicester City. Brentford were brushed aside by Aston Villa, who began the post-Steven Gerrard era in style. Read more: Wolves planning for 'aggressive' Brentford approach as 'huge demands' placed on players Speaking about Jimenez, Davis said: “We want him to be part of our first team. It’ll be good to get him back, there is no date (to play) but it’ll be good to have him back around the lads. “Mexico will be the same, they will want him fit and available for the World Cup. We have missed him, a player of that quality would have undoubtedly made a big difference for us. Diego Costa picked up a knock in Wolves' defeat to Leicester City but should be fit to face Brentford “If he is fit and playing it (the World Cup) is almost like a pre-season for him, getting him back to the standard and quality he’ll need to be at. I hope he does well if he does make it, scores goals and comes back with some confidence. " Unfortunately for UK viewers, the game will not be broadcast live thanks to the 3pm blackout. Please be aware that the stadium is fully cashless. Security information Supporters are advised not to bring bags of any type into the stadium, although small bags will be allowed, although they will be subject to searches. Access information There are a small number of blue badge parking spaces available which are very near to the away end. The spaces are available on a first come first serve basis and are £12. However, there is full match commentary on BBC Radio WM and highlights will be shown on BBC One's Match of the Day from 10. 30pm. Viewers in the USA can stream the game live on Peacock Premium. Spanish fans can view the game on DAZN, with the game also live in Portugal on Eleven Sports 6 Portugal and Canal + in France. The game will be broadcast live on beiN SPORTS CONNECT across the Middle East and North Africa. Australian viewers can tune in on Optus Sport, while fans in New Zealand can watch via Sky Sport NOW or Sky Sports NZ 5. The Cricketers, The Greyhound, The Coach & Horses and The Botanist are the closest to Kew Green and typically all welcome away fans. All visiting supporters must access the ground via the railway bridge from Capital Interchange Way to the East Stand, where Here to Help staff will be available to welcome supporters to the stadium. There are a number of food and drink kiosks available around the stadium, with a wide range of options on offer (including vegetarian and vegan options) as well as both alcoholic and soft drinks. Fan guide | Brentford vs WolvesA sold-out allocation of more than 1, 500 supporters will be travelling to west London for the 7. 30pm kick-off as Gary O’Neil’s side look to earn their first points on the road since October. For those making the journey to Brentford, here is everything you need to know… Opposition information Stadium | Gtech Community Stadium Capacity | 17, 250 Address | Lionel Road South, Brentford TW8 0RU Away allocation | 1, 725 Ticket information Tickets for this fixture are sold out. Supporters who need to collect their ticket or require a reprint, should get in touch with Wolves’ ticket office prior to matchday. 50 charge. Stadium information Pubs around the stadium are generally welcome to both home and away fans. The Pilot or The Gunnersbury are recommended for fans travelling from Gunnersbury. The Express Tavern, One Over the Ait, The Bell & Crown, The Steam Packet and City Barge are the closest pubs to the stadium. com. Wolves supporters will be able to collect their booked headset from the away end turnstile once into the ground, please speak to the stewards and they will have the supporters name and you will be issued with the headset. Please return the headset to a steward when exiting the stadium. Click here for detailed supporter information for the visit to Brentford. The support from Wolves fans at away stadiums is greatly appreciated by everyone at the club. Supporters travelling to away fixtures are asked to ensure they continue to represent the club in a positive manner. Wolves supporters are urged to use Just Park to find the best parking spots within walking distance to the stadium. Click here to view and book the best parking around the stadium. Those driving to the stadium need to be aware of the Ultra Low Emission Zone which impacts on parking at Chiswick Park, so supporters need to check if their car meets the emission standards or will be subject to an additional £12. Travel information The nearest station to Gtech Community Stadium is Kew Bridge, which has one South Western Railway train every 15 minutes on matchdays. Trains to the stadium from central London are from Waterloo station. Please note that Kew Bridge station is not step-free. Brentford station is the nearest step-free station, while Chiswick station is also less than a 30-minute walk from the stadium on the same line. Gunnersbury station is the nearest station offering both the District line underground and London Overground connections however the station is not currently opening until one hour after the final whistle. Fans should also note that during busy times, there may be a long wait to access Gunnersbury station as it has a small platform and access will have to be restricted when there isn’t space to join the platform safely. There are several independent car parks in the area surrounding the Gtech Community Stadium. Brentford vs. Wolverhampton live on the radio Here you can listen to the Premier League match Brentford vs. Wolverhampton live on the radio. Whether on the supporter's radio live stream or the local ...


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