Brentford v Leeds: match preview | Premier League

Brentford can reflect on an expertly navigated first Premier League season, in which they sit 11th. That is two places lower than Leeds’ finish in 2020-21 and they will want to avoid mimicking what came next for Jesse Marsch’s side. The equation for Leeds is simple: they must get a positive result and hope Burnley gain fewer points than them at home to Newcastle. Survival is not in their hands and Marsch may rush Patrick Bamford back from injury in order to help them complete their side of the bargain. Thomas Frank hopes this will not be the influential Christian Eriksen’s final outing for the Bees. Nick Ames

Sunday 4pm

Venue Brentford Community Stadium

Last season n/a

Referee Paul Tierney

This season G26 Y104 R4 4.15 cards/game

Odds H 7-5 A 2-1 D 3-1


Subs from Fernández, Lössl, Cox, Jeanvier, Roerslev, Canós, Stevens, Fosu, Janelt, Onyeka, Peart-Harris, Baptiste

Doubtful Onyeka (foot)

Injured Pinnock (thigh, Jun), Jørgensen (groin, Jun), Ghoddos (foot, Jun)

Suspended None

Discipline Y59 R1


Leading scorer Toney 12


Subs from Klaesson, Hjelde, Bate, Cresswell, Greenwood, Shackleton, Bamford, Gray, Firpo, Kenneh

Doubtful Bamford (foot)

Injured Roberts (hamstring, Jun), Forshaw (knee, unknown), Summerville (ankle, unknown), Dallas (hamstring, unknown)

Suspended Ayling (last of three), James (second of three)

Discipline Y100 R1


Leading scorer Raphinha 10

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