Brentford v Everton live stream, Sunday 28 November, 2pm GMT
Brentford and Everton will both be looking to end disappointing runs of form when they lock horns on Sunday.
Thomas Frank’s side started the season brilliantly and were flying high in seventh place in the Premier League table at the start of last month. Points have proved harder to come by since then, however, and a four-game losing run preceded last weekend’s 3-3 draw with Newcastle.
Frank will have been pleased to avoid a fifth successive defeat, although he may also have been disappointed at this team’s failure to hold on for all three points having been 2-1 and 3-2 up at St James’ Park.
Everton suffered a 3-0 defeat by Manchester City last weekend to make it six consecutive matches without a victory. The pressure is starting to build on Rafael Benitez, and while the Spaniard is not entirely to blame for recent results, his Liverpool connections meant he was always liable to come in for criticism during Everton’s first downturn. A loss in west London on Sunday would only increase the scrutiny of Benitez.
Brentford will have to make do without David Raya, Mads Sorensen, Kristoffer Ajer, Joshua Dasilva and Julian Jeanvier, but Mathias Jensen, Yoanne Wissa and Mathias Jorgensen are expected to feature in some capacity.
Everton will be unable to call upon the services of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who is still struggling with a toe injury that has kept him out since September. Richarlison is suspended after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season, so Salomon Rondon is in line to start up front, while Mason Holgate is banned following his red card against Tottenham before the international break.
Abdoulaye Doucoure, Yerry Mina, Tom Davies, Andre Gomes and Demarai Gray are all missing through injury, so Benitez will have to dig deep into his squad this weekend.
Kick-off is at 2pm GMT on Saturday 28 November, and UK viewers can watch live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event. See below for international broadcast options.
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