Jurgen Klopp's men were poor against Leicester on December 30 but still got the win, while they beat Aston Villa 3-1 convincingly in their previous fixture. The hosts are returning from a successful trip to West Ham where they clinched the London derby 2-0 and are unbeaten in their last five league games which includes a 2-1 win over Manchester City.
Yoane Wissa should be the one replacing Toney, while Frank Onyeka and Thomas Strakosha offer Brentford coach Thomas Frank a few more options. Brentford possible XI: Raya; Zanka, Mee, Pinnock; Roerslev, Dasilva, Jensen, Norgaard, Henry; Mbeumo, Wissa PositionPlayersGoalkeepersRaya, Cox, Strakosha, HenryDefendersPinnock, Jansson, Zanka, Roerslev, Goode, Mee, CramaMidfieldersNorgaard, Jensen, Dasilva, Wissa, Onyeka, Mbeumo, Janelt, Damsgaard, Trevitt, Y. Yarmolyuk, E. YarmolyukForwardsCanos, Ghoddos, Toney, Lewis-Potter, GilbertLiverpool team news & squadCody Gakpo may yet have to wait for his Liverpool debut, but Fabinho is back after missing Friday's game on account of the birth of his child, with James Milner and Roberto Firmino also expected to be fit. Klopp may exercise caution over playing Harvey Elliott and Andrew Robertson after the duo suffered knocks in the Leicester win, while Arthur, Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz and Curtis Jones are sure to miss out again.
Liverpool FC — Brentford v Liverpool: How to watch, live commentary and highlightsLiverpool visit Brentford in the Premier League for their first fixture of 2023 - here's how to follow Monday's match. The game at the Gtech Community Stadium kicks off at 5. 30pm GMT and will be shown live by Sky Sports in the UK. Global television listings are available here. Listen to the action with our free audio commentary service here and follow live and interactive build-up, in-game updates, reaction and more in Match Centre here on Liverpoolfc.
How to watch Brentford vs Liverpool tonight and what time it kicks offLiverpool get their 2023 under way on the road at Brentford seeking a fifth consecutive Premier League win. The Reds were far from their best in the final game of last year and had two clumsy own goals from Wout Faes to thank for victory over Leicester. Nevertheless, their good run of recent form means they are just four points off Manchester United in fourth despite a disappointing start to the season.
GOAL brings you details on how to watch the game on TV in the U. S., UK and India as well as how to stream live online. This page contains affiliate links. When you subscribe through the links provided, we may earn a commission. Brentford vs Liverpool date & kick-off timeGame:Brentford vs LiverpoolDate:January 2, 2023Kick-off:12:30pm ET, 5:30pm GMT, 11pm ISTVenue: Gtech Community Stadium, BrentfordStream:fuboTV (start with free trial)How to watch Brentford vs Liverpool on TV & live stream onlineIn the United States (U.
USA Network, UniversofuboTV, Sling BlueUKSky Sports Main Event/Premier League/Ultra HDR/Mix, Sky ShowcaseSky GoIndiaStar Sports Select 1 SD/HDDisney+ HotstarCheck out GOAL's Football on UK TV guideCheck out GOAL's Soccer on U. TV guideBrentford team news & squadIvan Toney is expected to undergo some scans after landing awkwardly on his knee against West Ham and is likely to join Kristoffer Ajer, Shandon Baptiste and Aaron Hickey in the treatment room.
There are three possible conclusions here (and the fascinating part is that nobody can tell which is right with total accuracy): 1) Nunez is going to explode into goalscoring form because the finishing will come and the number of chances will stay roughly the same, 2) Nunez’s finishing is going to frustrate Jurgen Klopp soon (although Klopp insists otherwise) or 3) Nunez is going to have to start being more selective with his shooting and, if not, Liverpool are going to have to get the ball to him in better areas.
Fabinho missed the win over Leicester due to personal reasons but it expected to be back. Analysis: Why isn’t Nunez scoring more goals? Nunez has scored five league goals this season compared to Haaland’s 20 (Photo: Reuters)By Daniel Storey, i chief football writerWe’re going to have to talk about Darwin Nunez, because his first few months in England have been fascinating. Erling Haaland has had 59 shots and Nunez has had 52; that’s a good place to start because everything else about their records are different.
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