Brentford vs. Liverpool - prediction, team news, lineups


 The week for four-objective Premier League saints in the EFL Cup saw Marcus Forss capture everyone's attention for Brentford against Oldham, with the Finnish forward scoring four of his side's seven objectives in a 7-0 drubbing on Tuesday evening. 

New marking Yoane Wissa got his very own support while Oldham's Raphael Diarra transformed into his own net, yet Brentford has four testing association standoffs with Liverpool, West Ham United, Chelsea, and Leicester City to handle before their fourth-round conflict with Stoke City. 

Notwithstanding, the Bees' noteworthy opening take of eight focuses from the initial 15 on offer sees them sit serenely in 10th position, and in the case, the last end of the week's success over Wolverhampton Wanderers is anything to pass by, Ivan Toney is at long last finding his sweet spot in the easy street. 

Brentford's prosperity over Wolves was even greater given that they needed to explore the last 30 minutes with 10 men, and Frank's side get ready to invite Liverpool to a ground where they have effectively improved of Arsenal this term. 

Besides, just Chelsea, Manchester City, and forthcoming rivals Liverpool have sent less than Brentford's two objectives up until now, albeit that heavenly record will be tried to the limit against Jurgen Klopp's perfectly tuned symphony. 

Takumi Minamino took all four minutes to stamp his clout on the Carrow Road turf in the EFL Cup, as Japan worldwide's initial strike set Liverpool while heading to an agreeable 3-0 accomplishment over the Premier League's cellar side in cycle three. 

Minamino would add some gleam to the scoreline with his second in the last 10 minutes after Divock Origi had effectively taken care of the tie, with that accomplishment in Norwich denoting the fourth game in succession in all rivalries that Liverpool have chalked up three objectives. 

Presently ready to flaunt six successes and a draw from their initial seven games continentally and locally, Liverpool is one of three sides sitting on 13 focuses from a potential 15 up until now, and they will observe one of Chelsea or Manchester City drop focuses in the day's initial opening shot. 

The Reds have additionally won every one of their last three Premier League away games by a 3-0 scoreline and have left on a nine-game unbeaten sudden spike in demand for the street in the first class, however, Brentford has demonstrated that they are not here to make up the numbers. 

It has been a long time since Liverpool and Brentford last clashed in any contest, with the Reds facilitating to a 4-0 success in the 6th round of the 1988-89 FA Cup, during which Peter Beardsley (2) and John Barnes both tracked down the rear of the net.