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Is Brentford vs Everton on TV? Channel and live stream

Chris Stonadge

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Is Brentford vs Everton on TV? Channel and live stream

Brentford take on Everton at the Brentford Community Stadium today, with Frank Lampard’s side aiming to win their first match of the season.

The Merseyside outfit have lost two and drawn one of their opening three games, with a late Demarai Gray equaliser against Nottingham Forest their only salvation to deny a 100% losing start.

Thomas Frank’s side have collected four points from their opening three, with a 4-0 win over Manchester United as their headline performance.

Last time out, they were beaten late by Fulham as Aleksandar Mitrovic scored to give the Cottagers their first win of the campaign.

Many questioned whether the Bees would suffer from second-season syndrome in the Premier League; but with the arrivals of Mikkel Damsgaard, Aaron Hickey and Ben Mee have genuinely improved their squad.

They’ll be looking upwards - unlike the Toffees who will be aiming to escape a relegation battle akin to last season.

Here is everything you need to know about Brentford v Everton.

Is Brentford v Everton on TV? Channel and live stream

Brentford vs Everton won't be shown on TV in the UK, but fans can watch updates on BT Sport Score and BBC Final Score.

Highlights will be made available after the contest on the Sky Football YouTube channel and on Match of the Day.

What time does Brentford v Everton kick off?

The Toffees take on the Bees at the traditional 3pm kickoff time.

Brentford Team News

Brentford eased past Colchester in the cup with a completely rotated side in midweek, giving their main men rest in preparation for their bout with Lampard’s side.

Mads Roerslev was taken off with an ankle problem in their defeat of the League Two side, whilst they could still be without Kristoffer Ajer, Sergi Canos and Ethan Pinnock.

Everton Team News

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has returned to the training pitch for Everton but isn’t expected back till September.

Yerry Mina could be back after picking up an injury against Chelsea on the opening day, whilst the future of Anthony Gordon is unknown due to Thomas Tuchel’s interest.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Brentford, Everton, Premier League

Chris Stonadge
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