Burnley v Brentford live stream, Sky Sports, Saturday 30 October, 3pm
Burnley will be looking to end their wait for a first win of the Premier League season when Brentford visit Turf Moor on Saturday.
Sean Dyche has been in this position numerous times before. There are no signs of panic around the Clarets, although their long-serving manager will nevertheless be keen to get off and running as quickly as possible.
Dyche has tended to focus on the positives in Burnley (opens in new tab)’s performances of late, but he would surely settle for a scrappy, underserved 1-0 victory this weekend. The availability of Maxwel Cornet should boost an attack which has scored the second-fewest goals in the division so far.
Brentford (opens in new tab) have dropped out of the top half of the table after suffering back-to-back defeats for the first time this season. Yet they remain unbeaten on the road, having won two and drawn two of their trips away from west London. They have conceded only two goals in those four games, so Burnley could find Brentford a tough nut to crack this weekend.
Dyche almost has a full complement of outfield players to choose from, with Dale Stephens the only absentee. The reserve goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey is also nursing an injury and will not be on the bench for the visit of Brentford.
The Bees have a growing injury list ahead of the trip to Lancashire, although Bryan Mbeumo could shake off a minor hamstring complaint to feature at Turf Moor. Vitaly Janelt has an outside chance of being passed fit and Ethan Pinnock could also be involved, but Yoane Wissa, Joshua Dasilva, Mads Sorensen and Shandon Baptiste are definitely out.
The biggest blow for Brentford is the absence of David Raya, with the goalkeeper sidelined for a minimum of four months with a knee ligament injury. Alvaro Fernandez, on loan from Huesca, will replace him between the sticks.
Kick-off is at 3pm BST on Saturday 30 October. See below for international broadcast options.
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