Brentford’s Ben Mee won’t be able to play in the coming fixtures due to a small injury. The club’s medical staff is closely monitoring his progress, ensuring that he recovers fully before making a comeback.
The public has not been fully informed of the injury’s specifics. As a result, it is unclear what Mee’s injury is specifically like and when he will be able to return to the field.
On the positive side for Brentford fans, there is some comforting news. Bryan Mbeumo has fully healed from the leg injury he got during the pre-season training.
The Cameroonian international Mbeumo has also been in great touch, firing in 3 goals in the first two games for Bretford. The news of Mbeumo’s successful recovery brings optimism to Brentford’s prospects.
Ben Mee’s slight injury has forced a noteworthy change in Burnley’s defense lineup, with Nathan Collins making his first competitive appearance. Collins now has a good opportunity to show off his abilities and successfully support the team’s efforts without Mee.
Mee has made an astounding total of more than 300 games for Burnley. His status as a crucial player within Brentford’s defense lineup of the squad has been cemented by his constant presence on the field.
Mee signed for Brentford on 22 July 2022 on a two-year contract. In 2023, he won the Brentford Supporters’ Player of the Year award ahead of top scorer, Ivan Toney.