Apr 27 2012 By Jacob Murtagh
Brentford v Sheffield Wednesday
UWE Rosler has urged his Brentford players to end the season on a high as the League One season reaches its climax.
The Bees go into tomorrow's clash with Sheffield Wednesday with their play-off dreams hanging by a thread following last weekend's loss at Stevenage.
Brentford are five points off the pace with just two games remaining, and need a win against the Owls and for other results to go their way to keep their challenge alive.
Rosler said: “We want to win the game and finish as high up the table as possible.
“We still have a chance of making the play-offs, and we want to do well in our final home game.
“We owe it to our fans to beat Sheffield Wednesday, so we'll be as professional as possible to get the job done.”
Brentford will assess keeper Richard Lee ahead of the game after he missed last weekend's defeat at Stevenage with a shoulder injury.
Rosler is without Owls loanee Clinton Morrison, who is ineligible against his parent club.
“There will be one or two surprises,” added the Bees boss.
“We are short on forwards but we will attack them. We have nothing to lose.”
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