How to Stream Everton vs Brentford for Premier League Survival
Everton Aims to Move out of the Drop Zone, While Brentford Eyes European Football
Everton will welcome Brentford to Goodison Park on Saturday in a match that could determine their Premier League survival. The Toffees are fighting to move out of the drop zone, while the mid-table Brentford has its sights set on European football next season.
Sean Dyche is looking to get his third win as Everton’s boss after the home victories against Arsenal and Leeds United. Everton was last involved in a 2-2 draw at Nottingham Forest. On the other hand, Brentford has a 12-match unbeaten run that includes wins over Liverpool, Manchester City, and Fulham in the Premier League.
Where to Watch: TV and Online Streaming
Unfortunately, the match between the two teams hasn’t been selected to be televised live on TV or online in the United Kingdom. However, both clubs will provide match updates on their respective apps, and live radio commentary should be available for the full 90 minutes.
For football enthusiasts who want to keep track of their favourite teams, streaming services such as NOW and BT Sport offer innumerable Premier League matches.
Team Updates and Probable Players
Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Everton’s forward, has returned to training after missing the last five games due to a thigh problem. However, Demarai Gray is likely to continue ahead of Neal Maupay up front. James Garner should be available again after making it to the bench against Forest. Vitalii Mykolenko will also play after overcoming an illness that kept him out of Sunday’s game. However, Andros Townsend (ACL) remains out. Nathan Patterson will need to pass a fitness test.
For Brentford, second-choice goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha is the side’s only injury for now. With coach Thomas Frank’s known preference to field a back five, Mads Roerslev is likely to take Aaron Hickey’s place on the right. Yoane Wissa may be replaced by Kristoffer Ajer in the XI. In midfield, it’s a battle between Vitaly Janelt, Mikkel Damsgaard, and Josh Dasilva to partner regular starters Christian Norgaard and Mathias Jensen. Moreover, Bryan Mbeumo and Ivan Toney are Brentford’s front two.
If you can’t make it to the stadium, be sure to watch the action unfold on one of the live streaming services! Good luck to both teams!