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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
17 Preston 1 2 2 5
18 Brentford 1 1 2 4
19 Derby 0 4 1 4
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Bristol CityBristol City
BrentfordBrentford
2
4
FT
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BrentfordBrentford
Oxford UnitedOxford United
0
4
FT
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BrentfordBrentford
Ipswich TownIpswich Town
2
2
FT
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MiddlesbroughMiddlesbrough
BrentfordBrentford
3
0
FT
Leg 2Aggregate: 5 - 1
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BrentfordBrentford
MiddlesbroughMiddlesbrough
1
2
FT
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BrentfordBrentford
Wigan AthleticWigan Athletic
3
0
FT
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ReadingReading
BrentfordBrentford
0
2
FT
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BrentfordBrentford
Bolton WanderersBolton Wanderers
2
2
FT
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BrentfordBrentford
Bolton WanderersBolton Wanderers
2
2
FT
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Sheffield WednesdaySheffield Wednesday
BrentfordBrentford
1
0
FT
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Derby CountyDerby County
BrentfordBrentford
1
1
FT
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BrentfordBrentford
Nottingham ForestNottingham Forest
2
2
FT
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Nick Blackman's double gives Reading win at Brentford

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Reading cruised to a comfortable 3-1 win at Brentford who had keeper David Button to thank for keeping the scoreline down.

Nick Blackman struck twice to add to Orlando Sa's 17th-minute opener as the Royals ran riot in a one-sided first half.

Bees winger Lasse Vibe hit a superb consolation to give the home fans hope at 2-1, but anything other than a win for Steve Clarke's side would have been a travesty.

Sa gave his side the lead when he rose unmarked to power home a pinpoint Blackman cross at the near...

Burnley 1-0 Brentford

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Michael Keane's second goal of the season earned Burnley their first home win in six games as Sean Dyche's Clarets edged past Brentford 1-0 at Turf Moor.

Relegated Burnley had taken just two points from their first three games, and looked to be heading for another difficult afternoon as the Bees tested home stopper Tom Heaton.

But Keane's first-half header, against the run of play, proved to be enough to inflict a first league defeat on Brentford head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen.

Brentford had the best...

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Burnley sign Andre Gray from Brentford for club-record £9m fee

Andre Gray will move from Brentford to Burnley.

Burnley have confirmed the club record signing of striker Andre Gray from Championship rivals Brentford.

Gray has signed a three-year deal with the Clarets which, subject to paperwork, beats the £3 million paid for Steven Fletcher and George Boyd in 2009 and 2014 respectively.

The 24-year-old turned down a move to Bristol City on Thursday after a £9m fee had been agreed between the two clubs.

Bristol City 2-4 Brentford

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Luke Freeman was sent off as Bristol City's poor start to the Championship campaign continued with a 4-2 home defeat by Brentford.

Freeman was dismissed on 35 minutes for a high kick on Brentford defender Harlee Dean. The challenge looked more awkward than malicious, but referee Keith Stroud reached for the red card after consulting a linesman.

Furious City boss Steve Cotterill made his feelings clear to both officials and Dean was roundly booed by home fans when recovering after lengthy treatment.

Last...

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Seven Championship sides fall in opening round of Capital One Cup

Danny Hylton of Oxford United celebrates after scoring Oxford's second goal against Brentford.

Brentford suffered a shock 4-0 home defeat against League Two Oxford as seven Championship sides were ousted from the Capital One Cup on a night of first-round upsets.

The visitors ran riot in the opening stages of the game at Griffin Park as Liam Sercombe, Danny Hylton and Kemar Roofe -- the last from 40 yards -- put them 3-0 up inside the first 12 minutes, and Johnny Mullins' second-half effort completed the rout.

Along with Brentford, Championship rivals Bristol City and Huddersfield were also...