Sep 9 2011 By Greg Burns
GARY Waddock thinks Wycombe and Brentford could serve up a League One cracker tomorrow.
The Blues boss and Bees counterpart Uwe Rosler both like their side's to play attacking football and neither is about to ditch their philosophies for the weekend match at Adams Park.
With Brentford riding high in fourth and Blues looking for their first home league win, Waddock is predicting an exciting encounter.
He said: “Their manager was an attacker and he wants his team to be on the front-foot and so do we. So it could develop into an exciting game.
We got a good result in midweek (JPT win over Bristiol Rovers) and it is nice to go into the game against Brentford with a match under our belts because we have a tough run of games coming up.
“Home form is important for any club but we have to remember we are playing against bigger clubs and at a different level and it is that much harder.
“We are trying to make it a difficult place to come to and they players will go out and give it everything.”
Waddock admits he fancies Brentford to push hard for promotion this season and sees the west London club as a model he would like his team to follow.
Brentford went up from League Two with Wanderers in 2009 and has spent the past two season's consolidating in the third tier before making a push for promotion.
“I said before the season started that I think they will be very close with the players they have brought in and they've had a good start to the season,” said Waddock.
“They established themselves as a League One club and have backed the manager to go the next level.
“You have to be able to have a solid foundation before you move forward and that is what we are also trying to do here. It takes time and they are possibly ahead of us in terms of what they want to do.”