first_imgMarco Djuricin had two good chances to put Brentford ahead in a goalless first half.The striker exchanged a neat one-two with Lasse Vibe, who replaced the injured Alan Judge, and forced an outstretched save from Allan McGregor in the first minute.And then on-loan Red Bull Salzburg man Djuricin fired at McGregor’s legs from close range after being out through by John Swift.Judge missed out because of hamstring problems but that was the only change from the side that clinched a fourth straight Championship win, against QPR, last Friday.Brentford had a decent shout for a penalty just before the half-hour mark when Vibe was brought down by a combination of Michael Dawson and Harry Maguire.And Hull, who twice went close through Abel Hernandez before the break, wanted a penalty of their own when David Meyler’s long-range effort appeared to strike the arm of Toumani Diagouraga inside the box.Brentford (4-2-2): Button; Yennaris, Tarkowski, Dean, Bidwell; Woods, McCormack, Diagouraga, Swift; Vibe, DjuricinSubs not used: Bonham, Saunders, Hofmann, Kerschbaumer, O’Connell, Gogia, CanosFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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