Uwe Rosler has warned Yeovil Town that Brentford are ready for business on Sunday, having got their Wembley sight-seeing out of the way early.

The Bees and the Glovers face off at England’s national stadium in the League One play-off final with a place in next season’s Championship up for grabs.

Many players have fallen foul of nerves on their Wembley debuts but Rosler, who himself has never played or managed at Wembley, countered that on Tuesday by taking his squad on a tour of the famous stadium.

“We took the team there on Tuesday and saw the dressing rooms, the pitch, got familiar with the place and took some photos,” said Rosler.

“We only have a few players that have played at Wembley before so, when you have a young squad like we have, it can be an overwhelming place.

“But now we will be focused and we are going there just for business.”

The bookies have made Brentford clear favourites for the game but Rosler is more wary, having seen his side beaten twice by Yeovil already this season.

“The chances are 50-50,” he said.

“We are meeting a terrific team and they know exactly how to play against us.
“They beat us twice in the league games we had and in both games we were clear favourites. We had a lot of ball and they attacked us on the counter attack.

“But now we have an equal chance in a neutral venue.

“There is not much between the two teams and we will have to see how both teams cope with playing at Wembley.

“It will be very important for us to stay in the game and try to expose their weaknesses, keep our heads calm and stick to the attacking ideas we have worked on all week.”