Brentford vs Everton: live stream and TV details, how to watch, injury news and predicted line-ups

All the key information you need to know ahead of kick-off.

Everton are aiming to snap out of their lacklustre form when they travel to Brentford on Sunday (14.00 GMT).

Rafa Benitez’s haven’t won in their past six games and picked up just two points from a possible 18.

However, the Bees are too in a bad patch, having failed to win any of their previous five Premier League games.

Here is all the key information you need to know ahead of kick-off.

What’s the Everton injury news?

The visitors are sweating on Abdoulaye Doucoure’s fitness.


The all-action midfielder has missed the past four games and his absence has been felt.

The Toffees also have Allan who is a doubt after he suffered a muscle problem in training this week.

Fellow centre-midfielders Tom Davies (knee) and Andre Gomes (calf) remain sidelined and Demarai Gray (aductor) looks unlikely to be involved after coming off in last week’s 3-0 loss at Manchester City.

Demarai Gray came off injured in Everton’s 3-0 loss at Man City. Picture: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (quad) is back in light training but won’t feature.


Yerry Mina (hamstring) also continues his comeback and has been missed in defence.

Mason Holgate serves the second of a three-game ban after he was sent off in the goalless draw with Tottenham earlier this month.

What’s the Brentford injury news?

Thomas Frank’s troops will again be without No1 keeper David Raya, who has a knee issue.

Brentford also have issues at the back. Kristoffer Ajer (thigh), Julian Jeaniver (knee) and Mathias Jorgensen (muscle)


Mdfielder Josh Dasilva misses out, too.

Brentford boss Thomas Frank. Picture: George Wood/Getty Images

Predicted line-ups

Brentford (3-5-2): Fernandez, Goode, Pinnock, Jansson, Canos, Janelt, Norgaard, Onyeka, Henry, Toney, Mbeumo.

Everton (4-4-1-1): Pickford, Coleman, Keane, Godfrey, Digne, Townsend, Doucoure, Allan, Gordon, Iwobi, Rondon.

Is the match on TV?


Yes. The match will be broadcast on Sky Sports Premier League. Pre-match coverage begins at 13.00.

The game will also be shown on Sky Sports Main Event from kick-off.

Can I stream the match?

Yes. Those who subsscribe to Sky Sports can stream the game via Sky Go.

Can I watch the match if I don’t subscribe to Sky Sports?

You are able to do so by purchasing a Now TV Sports Day pass for £9.98.


How can I watch highlights?

Match of the Day 2 will show extended highlights on Sunday evening. The programme starts at 22.30 on BBC One.

Follow our coverage on LiverpoolWorld for all the post-match analysis.