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Brentford v Bournemouth Live Streaming : What channel is the game on from the Brentford Community Stadium?

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There is nothing to separate Brentford and Bournemouth in the Championship when they go head to head on Wednesday evening.

The Brentford Community Stadium plays host to the highly-anticipated fixture, with both teams currently on 38 points. The Cherries have, however, played one game more than the Bees.

What Channel is the Brentford v Bournemouth game on?

Both have ten wins to their name this season, with both also drawing eight times.

It is, however, Thomas Frank’s men who hold the upper hand in terms of current form. They are now on an astonishing 14-game unbeaten league run. That has been extended to 15 games in all competitions after their League Cup triumph over Premier League Newcastle earlier this month.

They are also now seeking a third successive league victory, having beaten Reading 3-1 and Cardiff 3-2 over the past two weekends.

A Will Vaulks double helped Cardiff remain in the game, but it was Brentford’s Sergi Canos who stole all the headlines in Saturday’s match. The Spaniard hit a 23-minute hat-trick to clinch all three points for the visitors.

But Jason Tindall’s men will also be confident going into Wednesday’s game. They are on a strong run of their own, and boast three wins from their last five matches.

The other game ended in a 0-0 stalemate with Luton on Saturday. More impressive perhaps is that the Cherries have kept a clean sheet in each of those five games.

A Brentford win on Wednesday night has been given odds of 17/11. And a Bournemouth victory can be backed at 19/10.

A draw is available at 12/5.

A sixth successive Bournemouth clean sheet has been given odds of 12/5.

Brentford’s Ivan Toney will certainly be the man to keep an eye out for when the clubs meet. He has 16 league goals this season, and is favourite at 4/1 to open the scoring.

Former Liverpool man Dominic Solanke meanwhile has eight for the Cherries. He can be backed at 6/1 to score the game’s opening goal.

Other interested parties for the visitors include Arnaut Danjuma and Josh King at 11/2 and 13/2 respectively.

And with five goals to his name this season, Brentford’s Marcus Forss is currently available at 15/2 to score first.

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