Thursday , July 7 2022

Everton v Brentford: match preview | Premier League

Frank Lampard started his reign at Goodison Park with a win over Brentford and could finish the job of securing the club’s Premier League status with another, providing Leeds do not beat Brighton earlier in the day. Thomas Frank’s side are much improved since that FA Cup meeting in February, however, with Christian Eriksen helping to inspire a run of six wins in nine league games, while by Lampard’s admission Everton looked tired in their goalless draw at Watford in midweek. Goodison will again hope to spark an uplift with two home games remaining to avoid relegation. Andy Hunter

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Venue Goodison Park

Last season n/a

Referee Michael Oliver

This season G24 Y72 R5 3.21 cards/game

Odds H 6-5 A 11-4 D 13-5


Subs from Begovic, Tyrer, Lonergan, Kenny, Godfrey, Branthwaite, Van de Beek, Gomes, Davies, El Ghazi, Alli, Gray, Dobbin, Rondón, Astley, Price, Welch

Doubtful Godfrey (quadriceps), Van de Beek (groin)

Injured Mina (calf, 22 May), Patterson (ankle, Aug), Townsend (knee, unknown), Tosun (quadriceps, unknown), Delph (knock, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y76 R4


Leading scorer Richarlison 8


Subs from Fernández, Lössl, Cox, Stevens, Fosu, Peart-Harris, Baptiste, Roerselv, Janelt, Canós, Pinnock, Dasilva, Ghoddos

Doubtful Pinnock (hamstring), Canós (hamstring), Ghoddos (ankle)

Injured Onyeka (ankle, unknown), Jørgensen (quadriceps, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y57 R2


Leading scorer Toney 12

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