Brentford boss Mark Warburton will want his men to bounce back quickly after seeing Wolverhampton Wanderers end his side's 19-match unbeaten league run on Saturday.

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett left west London delighted as he watched a  James Henry strike and a Michael Jacobs brace seal a 3-0 win over the Bees.

Henry flicked home from a tight angle to put the visitors ahead on the stroke of half time seconds after being denied by a last ditch Jonathan Douglas tackle.

And Jacobs caught the Bees on the break to seal the points with 18 minutes remaining of a second half Brentford had largely dominated without creating any clear cut chances.

The midfielder repeated the trick as he made it three late on.

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