2014-15 English League Championship, 2014/2015 English League Championship

Bees held at home

Brentford and Sheffield Wednesday had to settle for a point apiece in a goalless Sky Bet Championship draw at Griffin Park.
Neither side had the cutting edge to break down two resolute defences in a thrilling end-to-end encounter.
Brentford thought they had broken the deadlock as early as the 10th minute when Andre Gray sidefooted home Jota's cross only to see the effort ruled out for offside.
But Wednesday hit back in an action-packed opening half, Stevie May hitting the post with a snapshot volley from Chris Maguire's 36th-minute free-kick.
Maguire himself had gone close moments earlier but his fierce dipping drive was palmed to safety by Bees goalkeeper David Button.
Jose Semedo almost gifted the Londoners the lead just after the break when he saw his clearance from Alan McCormack's driven right wing cross slip just past the upright.
But the game ebbed and flowed as both sides went in search of the goal that would have settled it.
Liam Palmer was in the right place at the right time on 51 minutes as he headed Jonathan Douglas' near post flicked header off the line.
But after weathering a 15-minute spell of intense Wednesday pressure after the break, Brentford came more into the game and carved out a string of good chances that they were to rue.
Jota blazed over the Bees' best chance of the game when he had space and time at the far post after good work down the right flank from Gray.
But substitute Nick Proschwitz also squandered two clear cut chances for the hosts right at the death.
He failed to get enough on McCormack's whipped far post cross and saw his effort bobble wide with just a minute remaining, before failing to get a good enough contact on a half-volley deep into stoppage-time to test keeper Kieren Westwood.
Wednesday substitute Royston Drenthe stung Button's fingertips with a free-kick with almost the last kick as the game headed towards a draw.
But with neither team showing a clinical edge to their game, the stalemate was always the most likely outcome.