Brenton bowen kept in starting side for first time since December

Ferryboy, who spent his first couple of seasons in the Championship, has played every minute of all 19 matches this term

Wolves have reached the Capital One Cup final for the first time under Peter Pawson in seven seasons at the helm

Wolves manager Steve Cotterill has been given the go-ahead to bring in Brenton bowen in his first game as manager in the Championship after Wolves beat Brentford 3-1 on Tuesday night.

Wolves were missing for골목ward Rickie Lambert after the international break with a hamstring problem but the 23-year-old scored an effort from 25 yards out that put the home side six goals up to take a 1-1 draw with Bristol.

Wolves coach Steve Cotterill will get his first action on Sunday with his side getting into the quarter-finals after beating Championship leaders Brentford 3-1.

It has now become the ninth consecutive season that a Wolves team have reached the Conference Cup Final, with the previous record held by Wolves in 2011 when they came the closest of all time, losing 0-1 to Ipswich Town in the fourth round.

But the home side will go into Wednesday’s game as a strong chance of lifting the trophy after they won at Carlisle last Thursd온 카지노ay.

Wolves boss Steve Cotterill

Voted to the Conference Cup and FA Cup this season

Wolves won their second Championship title this season with wins at Charlton Athletic and Brighton

With a season now under his belt, Cotterill said: ‘I’m delighted that we’ve managed to extend our lead of seven points from our last match. I’m proud of our young players who have been very solid for us and we’ve been trying to find our way in the Championship. We’ve created a lot of chances which has been very helpful.

‘We’re not a big side. We’ve never been the biggest team in the league. I think in all seriousness we’ve been good for us thro솔레어 카지노ughout the season.

‘It’s great that we’ve been rewarded with a good result, a good result in the Championship and for the team, a better result today, we can move forward and show the Championship what a great club we are.’

Brentford, who will not field a full squad in a match at home on Sunday as they have not played since 9 February because of the Boxing Day defeat to Chelsea, could be in danger of missing out on promotio