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Brentford vs Everton betting tips
This article covers Brentford vs Everton betting tips and predictions. These are the betting odds:
o – Brentford win 2.2/1 favourites
o – Draw 3.25/1
o – Everton win 3.4/1
Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.
Brentford vs Everton: Match details
Match: Brentford vs Everton
Competition: Premier League
Date: November 28, 2021
Kick-off time: 2:00 pm, November 28, 2021 (UK time)
Stadium: Brentford Community Stadium
Betting prediction: Brentford 2 – 1 Everton
Brentford welcomes Everton to the Brentford Community Stadium in London on Sunday for this Premier League match.
The Bees won the only match between these sides in the modern era via a penalty shootout. They faced each other in the League Cup third round back in 2010 with the match finishing 1-1. Premier League Everton lost the resulting penalty shootout to Brentford, who were in English football’s third tier at the time, courtesy of missed efforts from Jermaine Beckford and Phil Jagielka.
It won’t be the first time that the sides meet in league action, though. Between 1936 and 1954, they faced each other in the old Division One and Division Two competitions, with the teams having 7 wins apiece in league action.
Brentford vs Everton: Recommended bets
The Bees won the first-ever match between these sides in 1936 by a 1-2 scoreline. 101 Great Goals’ prediction of another Brentford 2 – 1 Everton win here is available at odds of 10/1.
1-1 draw. The only match between these sides in the last 60+ years finished in a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes. Odds of 6.5/1 are available if you see this match finishing with the same result.
2-4 Everton win. Everton’s only win as visitors to Brentford was back in 1952 and saw them come out on top in a 6-goal thriller. You can back them at 101/1 to recreate that 2-4 scoreline here on Sunday.
Over 2.5 goals. Brentford’s last 4 games have all been high scoring, finishing with over 2.5 goals and an average of 4 goals per game. You can back another high scoring game here on Sunday with odds of 2.1/1 for over 2.5 goals.
Ivan Toney Goalscorer. After 6 Premier League games without a goal, Toney found the net for the third time this season last weekend against Newcastle. The highly-rated 25-year-old striker is yet to score in back-to-back games this season. Despite this, Toney (below) is the 4.33/1 favourite to score the game’s opener on Sunday. Or 2.1/1 to bag a goal at any time during the game against Everton.
Brentford vs Everton: What are the betting odds?
The Bees are 2.2/1 to end their 5-game winless run by taking all 3 points from Everton on Sunday.
Whereas, the Blues are 3.4/1 to pick up a 2nd away win in 10 visits to Brentford.
Odds of 3.25/1 are available if you see Brentford and Everton cancelling each other out on Sunday.
Brentford vs Everton – recent form and head to head statistics
Brentford FC vs Wolverhampton Wanderers - 1:2
Brentford FC vs Manchester United - 1:3
Liverpool FC vs Brentford FC - 3:0
Southampton FC vs Brentford FC - 4:1
Port Vale vs Brentford FC - 1:4
|Latest match form, last 5 games:||
Everton FC vs Aston Villa - 0:1
Norwich City vs Everton FC - 2:1
Hull City vs Everton FC - 2:3
Everton FC vs Brighton & Hove Albion - 2:3
Chelsea FC vs Everton FC - 1:1
|January 22, 2022||Premier League 21/22||Brentford FC||1 - 2||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|January 19, 2022||Premier League 21/22||Brentford FC||1 - 3||Manchester United|
|January 16, 2022||Premier League 21/22||Liverpool FC||3 - 0||Brentford FC|
|January 11, 2022||Premier League 21/22||Southampton FC||4 - 1||Brentford FC|
|January 8, 2022||FA Cup 21/22||Port Vale||1 - 4||Brentford FC|
|January 22, 2022||Premier League 21/22||Everton FC||0 - 1||Aston Villa|
|January 15, 2022||Premier League 21/22||Norwich City||2 - 1||Everton FC|
|January 11, 2022||Premier League 21/22||Everton FC||0 - 0||Leicester City|
|January 8, 2022||FA Cup 21/22||Hull City||2 - 3||Everton FC|
|January 2, 2022||Premier League 21/22||Everton FC||2 - 3||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|Brentford FC||Everton FC|
|83||Shots on goal||73|
|70||Shots off goal||64|
|46%||Average ball possession||42%|
|1||Shots on post||1|
|4||Shots on bar||0|
|20||Goals by foot||20|
|5||Goals by head||4|
|Brentford FC||Everton FC|
|3||Average Goals Scored||2|
|November 28, 2021||Premier League 21/22||Brentford FC||1 - 0||Everton FC|
|September 21, 2010||Carling Cup 10/11||Brentford FC||1 - 1||Everton FC|
Brentford vs Everton: Match preview
This match feels like a battle of the makeshift-elevens on Sunday.
These two sides have 18 players either ruled out or doubtful between them for the match, with the average in the Premier League across the other 9 games this weekend being 8 absentees per match.
Obviously, it is hard to keep the momentum going and churn out top-level performances with such disruption to the team. So, naturally, you expect results to suffer. We are seeing this with both Brentford and Everton on the pitch.
After picking up 12 points (or 1.7 points per game) across their opening 7 matches of the season, Brentford have collected just a single point from their last 5 matches (0.2 ppg).
It is a similar story with Everton, who won 4 of the first 6 games this season, putting them in the conversation at the top of the table. Since then, they have collected just 2 points from the subsequent 6 games.
As a result, whoever fails to win on Sunday will sit bottom of the form table. A draw would see the clubs occupy 19th and 20th positions in the form table, irrespective of results elsewhere, on just 2 points from 6 games apiece.
Everton have their toughest run of games of the season coming up after this, with Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Leicester and Crystal Palace all ready to add to their misery. This all makes it imperative that they get a good result on Sunday, as all of the sides below them are picking up points. A sustained losing streak for either of these sides will see them sucked into a relegation battle over Christmas and the New Year.
With the games coming every 2 or 3 days over the Premier League’s busiest part of the season, an already depleted squad that is unable to rest and rotate key players will only see its injury list worsen. It isn’t the kind of snowball you want to see this Christmas.
Brentford team news vs Everton
David Raya is out until at least March 2022 due to an injury to the PCL in his left knee. Álvaro Fernández will take the gloves in his absence.
Mads Sorensen has been out since playing in Brentford’s opening-day win over Arsenal with a medial ligament injury. He is building up his fitness now that he is back in training, and could feature for the club in December.
Joshua Dasilva remains ruled out with a rare hip injury. In pre-season, Frank suggested that it wasn’t an injury that could be given a time frame and that the club would simply have to manage it the right way.
Like Dasilva, Julian Jeanvier has yet to play this season. He’s just started training after recovering from his knee injury but is not involved in full-contact training yet. Jeanvier is likely still a few weeks away from being match-ready.
Kristoffer Ajer is due to have a scan on his hamstring injury to ascertain the extent of the damage. He is likely ruled out for the Christmas period of games, though.
Mathias Jorgensen missed the trip to St James’ Park with a muscular problem. He returned to light training this week and will be assessed in the build-up to Sunday’s match.
Mathias Jensen missed Brentford’s trip to Newcastle due to quarantine after his international duty in Denmark. He is back in training and should be in contention here.
Yoane Wissa has missed the last 5 league games after he twisted his ankle in training. Like Jensen, he should be in contention here, although is unlikely to be thrown in from the start after such a long period out.
Everton team news vs Brentford
Gylfi Sigurdsson has been suspended from all first-team duties and he hasn’t been registered in Everton’s Premier League squad for this season following his arrest over child-sex offences.
Mason Holgate is serving the second match of his suspension here, following a red card against Tottenham before the international break.
Richarlison joins him in the stands for this one having picked up a suspension for 5 yellow cards.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin remains sidelined due to the quadriceps injury that has plagued him this season. He is likely out until mid-December now.
Similarly, Tom Davies is ruled out for the coming weeks after suffering a knee injury in training.
Abdoulaye Doucoure is nearing a return to action, though. He has a metatarsal problem and the club are waiting on a late fitness test to clear him to play.
Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes are both doing well in training but still not ready for matches. Like Doucoure, if they aren’t ready for Sunday, they will be in the following games.
Demarai Gray lasted just 17 minutes of the match against Man City before being withdrawn with a pelvic injury. It isn’t as severe as first feared, and he was involved in light training during the week. The winger too faces a late fitness test here.
Allan was withdrawn before the end of the match against City. He has responded well to treatment, though, and is expected to return without missing any games.
Predicted Brentford line-up vs Everton
Predicted Everton line-up vs Brentford
Brentford vs Everton – Official videos
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The Premier League table as it stands:
|5||West Ham United||23||11||4||8||41||31||10||37|
|9||Brighton & Hove Albion||21||6||11||4||22||22||0||29|
This article was edited by Conor Laird.
Brentford vs Everton live streaming & betting tips FAQs
What time is kick off between Brentford vs Everton?
2:00 pm on Sunday Nov 28, 2021 (UK Time)
What are the betting odds for Brentford vs Everton?
Brentford win 2.2/1 | Everton win 3.4/1 | Draw 3.25/1
What is the 101 Great Goals prediction for Brentford vs Everton?
101 Great Goals predicts: Brentford 2 – 1 Everton