Brentford still without goalkeeper Daniel Bentley for Ipswich’s visit

Posted Tuesday, April 09, 2019 by PA

Brentford still without goalkeeper Daniel Bentley for Ipswich’s visit

Brentford goalkeeper Daniel Bentley is once again unavailable for the Championship match against bottom club Ipswich.

Bentley has been sidelined since early March because of a shoulder problem, so Luke Daniels is set to deputise once more.

Defender Rico Henry returned to action in Saturday’s 3-3 draw against Derby having recovered from a foot problem and could feature again.

Yoann Barbet (ankle) is still not in contention, while midfielder Lewis Macleod (hamstring) also continues his rehabilitation.

Bottom club Ipswich, who won 2-1 at fellow strugglers Bolton on Saturday, will again be without Jon Nolan because of an Achilles injury.

Town boss Paul Lambert confirmed defender Toto Nsiala was one of the player set to come back into the side.

James Collins could be one of those rested, the veteran defender having just returned from an injury lay-off.

Forward Ellis Harrison (back) continues to be monitored along with Will Keane (hamstring), while defender Matthew Pennington, on loan from Everton, is out for the season following ankle surgery.


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