Ayew stunner helps Swansea edge 10-man Brentford

Ayew stunner helps Swansea edge 10-man Brentford

Kenyan left-back Clarke Oduor came off the bench to score the victor as Barnsley beat Brentford 2-1 to ensure they remain in the English Championship in a match played at the Griffin Park in Brentford on Wednesday evening.

The final games of the Championship have been played and we now have our four English clubs fighting for the last Premier League promotion spot.

The versatile defender was shifted to left back for the evening and his side fell behind when QPR's Galwegian left full Ryan Manning struck from outside the box.

Robinson was on target on the restart before the brilliant Eberechi Eze nipped in behind O'Shea to level things up and set up a nervy conclusion for Slaven Bilic's side as they waited on news from Brentford which went their way.

A seemingly straightforward home fixture against QPR did not go entirely to plan for West Brom, but a 2-2 draw took them up as Brentford went down 2-1 to Barnsley on Wednesday.

Barnsley's unlikely win, sealed late on by substitute Clarke Oduor, meant it would have finished third from bottom, but Wigan Athletic's 12-point deduction for entering administration meant iy was saved - for now.

Josh Dasilva cancelled out Callum Styles' Barnsley opener, but as Brentford pushed for a precious victor, Clarke Oduor tapped in at the other end in the 91st minute.

Now, Andre Ayew has hailed the 20-year-old's impact as Steve Cooper's side prepare to face Brentford in the first leg of the Championship play-off semi-final match on Sunday, where Brewster is expected to return to the starting line-up.

Andre Ayew netted his 16th goal of the Championship season against 10-man Brentford in the semi-finals of the playoffs.

Swansea took the place of Nottingham Forest, whose 4-1 home defeat against Stoke knocked them below the Welsh club on goal difference.

No wonder Brentford's Danish manager Thomas Frank said: "Football is 80 per cent suffering and 10 per cent".

Charlton went down after a 4-0 thrashing at Leeds, who were presented with the Championship trophy - their first silverware since 1992.

Cardiff sealed fifth-place thanks to a 3-0 win over now-relegated Hull City.

Luton climbed out of the bottom three at Charlton's expense after a 3-2 win over Blackburn.

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