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A mere 90 minutes stand between us and the summer break. Can Town end with a win?

They haven't suffered defeat on the final day since 2010, but they'll have to do this one without Nahki Wells . He's been ruled out through injury, so who will lead the line?

Harry Bunn is up for the challenge, but Karim Matmour and Rajiv van La Parra can also play there.

Town are the pick with the bookies , but they went down 4-2 to Brentford in December and the Bees have won six of their last eight games.

What happens today?

Stick with us for all the build-up and live text commentary from this Championship clash.

Summer beckons

Well, that’s your lot from another season. What a season it’s been. The Wagner Revolution has taken it’s first few turns, and there will be more to come over the summer.

We’ve got loads of reaction, pictures, videos etc to come on the website, but from your faithful blogger, I’m signing off.

I will be back next Saturday at Bramall Lane for the u21 final though...

Thanks for following and see you next week!

Match report

Well, for the brave among you, here’s the verdict on today...

Doug Thomson’s match report

Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town v Brentford - Rajiv Van La Parra goes down in the penalty area under pressure from Ryan Woods.
Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town v Brentford - Rajiv Van La Parra goes down in the penalty area under pressure from Ryan Woods.

Cute

Players’ kids were the last on the pitch, taking shots at the goal in front of the South Stand. Last few fans cheering every goal!

Hudson apologises

Skipper on the microphone and he’s said sorry for today’s performance, as well as paying tribute to the fans. Also sayd there’s lots of reasons for both him and the club to be excited about the future.

Pitch being cleared

FT Town 1-5 Brentford

That’s it, and the fans are indeed on the pitch. They’re determined to enjoy themselves despite a dreadful display from the team.

Three minutes added

90. Please stay off the pitch is the plea as the final whistle approaches. Three minutes to be added.

Goal - Swift makes it five

88. More dreadful defending. Lots heading for the exits after John Swift tucks the ball beyond Allinson.

Lynch heads over

86. Over the top from Joel Lynch as he connects with a corner. Smith won it, but it was a poor cross. A theme of today to be honest.

North Stand Loyal have been fantastic today

Whitehead and Yennaris booked

82. Both players shown a card for that fracas. In other news,a final sub for Brentford - Konstantin Kerschbaumer replaced by John Swift.

Town chance

81. First time I’ve typed that in a while! Lolley drills a shot just wide of the post. And now a fight breaks out, with Yennaris and Whitehead heavily involved.

Best action of half from a Huddersfield perspective...

Wagner not happy

77. Wagner waving his arms in disbelief here. Total lack of Terrier identity on display, as he would say. Sluggish, second to the 50/50s and not putting any pressure on Brentford.

Not good goalkeeping for the fourth, but the defence have been all over the show. Truth is, those in front haven’t been much better but the goals have all been far, far too easy.

Paterson subbed

75. Rousing appreciation for Jamie Paterson as Harry Bunn comes on in his place. Hopefully not the last we will see of Jamie in a Town shirt.

Seriously?

Let’s all take a breath here and not tweet in haste.

Brentford change

68. Sergi Canos, who has been very good today, is replaced by Josh Clarke.

Goal - It's four

67. Deary, deary me. Lasse Vibe gets on the scoresheet after a through ball from Sergi Canos. This is really, really poor. I dread to think what Wagner is thinking here.

Brentford sub

64. Scott Hogan’s afternoon is over, he’s replaced by Vibe. I would say the defence will be glad to see the back of him after his two goals, but Vibe is rather useful and they are not helping themselves.

Some awful defending on show here.

Goal - Brentford get a third

62. A third for Brentford via the boot of Scott Hogan. Again ran beyond the defence, Allinson fell over trying to get the ball off him and Joel Lynch couldn’t get back in time to prevent the goal.

Town defenders convinced that was offside. Everyone else, not so much.

As it stands, £400k heading to Town

58. Break in play for van La Parra to get treatment, which seems as good a time as any to cross to the Riverside. Brighton’s Dale Stephens equalised, and then minutes later was shown a straight red for a horror challenge on Ramirez.

As it stands, Boro are up and £400,000 will be dropping into the Town bank account. Brighton need to win, a draw does it for Middlesbrough. And the Seagulls are down to 10.

Town chance

54. What is defending?! Rajiv van La Parra crosses into the box and it’s nearly an own goal from Saunders, but Button is able to spare his blushes. The defending in this game has been pretty dreadful if I’m honest.

Goal - Brentford regain the lead

52. Scott Hogan with a nice finish to get Brentford back in front after beating the offside trap. Not good defending, but Town did have a man lying on the turf in the build-up.

GOAL! Town equalise

50. Much more like it! Jamie Paterson gets Town back on level terms from a quick free kick. Caught Brentford totally by surprise and Nahki Wells is a happy man in the press box!

Second half under way

46. Right, come on. Better 45 minutes needed!

Half time sub

Sean Scannell off, Joe Lolley on. No reaction from Roy Keane to that change.

Weird vibe

End-of-season affair, and Town look sluggish. It’s not been great, and they’ve struggled to create any chances of note. Odd in that challenges are still flying in despite the end of term feel to the game, and we should have at least two more on yellow cards than we have.

Quite

HT Town 0-1 Brentford

That early, early, early goal separates the sides at the break. Joel Lynch with a bizarre challenge just as the whistle is about to blow. He’s lucky to escape a booking.

Three minutes added

45. Three stoppage time minutes to be played here - Steer’s earlier injury accounting for pretty much all of it.

Button having a 'mare

43. David Button has struggled with his distribution so far, and the South Stand are absolutely loving it. Another kick straight into touch get a loud cheer.

Not much else to cheer about if we’re honest!

Bizarre behaviour just now from Canos, who chased down RVLP, pulling his shirt, and then goes down claiming he’s been elbowed. Nothing doing from the ref.