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Brentford v Liverpool: Away ticket details

Liverpool FC has released the following away ticket details for the Premier League fixture against Brentford on Saturday September 25. The match at Brentford Community Stadium will kick off at 5.30pm BST. The club have received a total allocation of 1,725 tickets for this all-ticket fixture and supporters not in...
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Brentford vs Liverpool Preview & Prediction

Select the sports you want to hear about and TSZ will send the best previews, analysis and predictions straight to your inbox. Sign up today!. When is Brentford vs Liverpool taking place? Brentford vs Liverpool will take place on Saturday 25th September, 2021 at 17:30 (UK) Where is Brentford vs...
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4 players ruled out vs. Norwich – with Thiago out vs. Brentford too

Thiago will miss both of Liverpool‘s trips to Norwich and Brentford at the very least, while Tuesday’s League Cup tie comes too soon for Trent Alexander-Arnold and Roberto Firmino. The No. 6 was a casualty in the Reds’ 3-0 win over Crystal Palace on Saturday, with a calf complaint forcing...

10 changes as big names return - Confirmed Liverpool team vs Brentford

Jurgen Klopp has named his Liverpool starting eleven for this afternoon's Premier League meeting against Brentford. The Reds boss makes a further ten changes to the heavily rotated side that featured in midweek as Curtis Jones is the only player to retain his place. Roberto Firmino returns from injury to take up a place on the bench.
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Brentford vs Brighton score: Seagulls controlling their fate this season

Brentford vs Brighton score: Maybe it’s the wisdom of years in the same system. Maybe there’s a Samson-like effect produced by Graham Potter’s magnificent beard. Whatever it is, Brighton and Hove Albion has found the finish and good fortune that’s been evading its advanced stats the past few seasons, beating Brentford 1-0 in London on Saturday.
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Wolves vs Brentford LIVE: Premier League team news, line-ups and more today

Follow all the action as Wolves welcome Brentford to Molineux for Saturday’s early Premier League kick-off. Bruno Lage’s side finally kickstarted their campaign with a 2-0 victory away at Watford last weekend, ending a run of three straight defeats. Wolves had been handed a tough start with Leicester, Tottenham and Manchester United as their opening games of the season - all of which were decided by a single goal. It will be interesting to see whether Wolves can grow in confidence following their victory at Vicarage Road as they have played well so far but been wasteful in front of goal.

How to watch Brentford vs. Arsenal (8/13/2021): Live stream, TV schedule for Premier League season opener

The 2021-22 English Premier League kicks off with a match between Arsenal and Brentford at Brentford Community Stadium on Friday, August 13 (8/13/2021). Brentford vs. Arsenal opens the first matchday weekend of the new season, with 10 matches scheduled through Sunday, August 15. In the United States, seven of those matches will be available on cable TV channels like NBC and NBCSN, while five will be available on Peacock Premium. Full TV and streaming schedule below. Brentford vs. Arsenal will air on NBCSN and Universo.

Brentford vs Arsenal live stream: how to watch the Premier League 2021/22 opener online, on TV and from anywhere

Newly-promoted Brentford face Arsenal in the opening match of the 2021/22 Premier League season this Friday, 13th August, at 8pm BST. And with a full house due at the Brentford Community Stadium, Mikel Arteta's men will be under pressure to perform. Make sure you know how to watch a Brentford vs Arsenal live stream from anywhere in the world.
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Crystal Palace vs Brentford: Eagles and Bees in stalemate

Crystal Palace vs Brentford was a tight, tense clash at Selhurst Park as a new London derby arrived in the Premier League and it ended even. Conor Gallagher hit the woodwork in the first half for Palace and David Raya pulled off a fine save in the second half, but it was Brentford who looked the more dangerous side throughout.