Brentford vs Everton Preview & Prediction
When is Brentford vs Everton taking place? Brentford vs Everton will take place on Sunday 28th November, 2021 at 14:00 (UK)
Where is Brentford vs Everton taking place? Brentford vs Everton will take place at Brentford Community Stadium in Brentford
Where can I get tickets for Brentford vs Everton? Ticket information for Brentford vs Everton can be found on each club’s official website
What TV channel is Brentford vs Everton on in the UK? Brentford vs Everton will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream Brentford vs Everton in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Brentford vs Everton live via Sky Go
- Brentford ended a run of four straight Premier League defeats in dramatic fashion, drawing 3-3 with Newcastle at St. James’ Park, although having led twice the Bees will have been disappointed not to win.
- Head coach Thomas Frank will be hoping to have both Mathias Jorgensen and Yoane Wissa back available for this game, although the likes of David Raya and Kristoffer Ajer are still unavailable.
- It’s now six matches without victory in the Premier League for Everton after they were comprehensive beaten 3-0 by Man City at the Etihad Stadium last time out as the unavailability of key players continues to hurt the Toffees.
- Brazilian international Richarlison becomes the latest player whom boss Rafael Benitez cannot select as he serves a one-match suspension after picking up five yellow cards, meaning that Solomon Rondon will likely lead the line with the previously exiled Cenk Tosun another option.
THE TEAM NEWS
PREDICTED XI (3-5-2): Fernandez; Roerslev, Jansson, Pinnock; Canos, Janelt, Norgaard, Ghoddos, Henry; Mbeumo, Toney
UNAVAILABLE: Ajer (Injured), Dasilva (Injured), Jeanvier (Injured), Raya (Injured)
QUESTIONABLE: Jorgensen (Injured), Wissa (Injured)
PREDICTED XI (4-3-3): Pickford; Coleman, Godfrey, Keane, Digne; Doucoure, Delph, Allan; Townsend, Rondon, Gordon
UNAVAILABLE: Davies (Injured), Gomes (Injured), Holgate (Suspended), Mina (Injured), Richarlison (Suspended), Calvert-Lewin (Injured)
QUESTIONABLE: Gray (Injured), Doucoure (Injured), Allan (Injured)
Brentford are likely aware of their defensive frailties that have plagued them since losing the likes of Ajer and first-choice goalkeeper Raya to injury. However, key for head coach Thomas Frank is that in Bryan Mbeumo and Ivan Toney, he has a strike partnership capable of scoring goals, making up for their shortfalls at the other end of the pitch. Despite Everton being without a number of key forward players like Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, they will need to come out of their shell and attack Brentford, knowing that their backline is not in the best of form. The likelihood is that both teams will create a number of clear goalscoring opportunities here and with the result capable of going either way, backing both teams to score has to be favoured.
Tip: BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE