Brentford v Everton: match preview

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Brentford’s injury woes are easing slightly and Yoane Wissa, a hero off the bench in his most recent two appearances, against Liverpool and West Ham, should be fit to return after six weeks out. The Bees have not won in the league since Wissa scored with the last kick at the London Stadium and have not claimed three points at home since the opening weekend. Thomas Frank has called for bravery and a display of his side’s buccaneering best should trouble Everton. Like their hosts, the Blues have taken only a point from their last five games; Rafa Benítez’s side need to improve on tedious blanks against Spurs and Manchester City. Nick Ames

Sunday 2pm Sky Sports Premier League

Venue Brentford Community Stadium

Last season n/a

Referee Darren England

This season G4 Y22 R1 5.75 cards/game

Odds H 13-10 A 5-2 D 40-17


Subs from Cox, Sheppard, Goode, Sørensen, Forss, Thompson, Ghoddos, Valencia, Onyeka, Fosu, Peart-Harris, Baptiste, Bidstrup, Zamburek, Racic, Wissa, Jørgensen

Doubtful Jørgensen (match fitness)

Injured Ajer (hamstring, Jan), Raya (knee, Apr), Dasilva (hip, unknown), Jeanvier (knee, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y21 R1


Leading scorer Toney 3


Subs from Begovic, Tyrer, Lonergan, Kenny, Branthwaite, Doucouré, Gbamin, Iwobi, Simms, Dobbin, Tosun, Whitaker, Onyango, Welch

Doubtful Gray (hip), Doucouré (foot), Allan (match fitness)

Injured Mina (hamstring, 6 Dec), Calvert-Lewin (thigh, 12 Dec), Gomes (calf, unknown), Davies (knee, unknown)

Suspended Holgate (second of three), Richarlison (one match)

Discipline Y21 R1


Leading scorers Calvert-Lewin, Gray, Townsend 3

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