Brentford vs Southampton live stream, match preview, team news and kick-off time for this Premier League match
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Southampton are hoping to drag themselves off the foot of the Premier League table when they face a tricky trip to Europe-chasing Brentford.
Saints suffered a painful League Cup semi-final defeat to Newcastle United in midweek, losing the second leg 2-1 for a 3-1 aggregate loss, and now must turn their attention back to league matters.
Nathan Jones’ side mustered a win at Everton in mid-January, but those were the only points they have picked up in their last eight Premier League games, leaving them bottom.
Brentford sit eighth, one point outside the top six, and they have had a couple of weeks off ahead of this game due to their early elimination from the FA Cup.
Thomas Franks’ side head into this on the back of an eight-match undefeated run in the league.
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Thomas Frank has named the following Brentford starting 11: (4-3-3) David Raya; Aaron Hickey, Ethan Pinnock, Ben Mee, Rico Henry; Mathias Jensen, Christian Norgaard, Josh Dasilva; Bryan Mbeumo, Ivan Toney, Yoane Wissa
Nathan Jones has named the following Southampton starting 11: (4-2-3-1) Gavin Bazunu; James Bree, Jan Bednarek, Romeo Lavia, Mohammed Salisu; Romain Perraud, Ibrahima Diallo; Mohamed Elyounoussi, James Ward-Prowse, Samuel Edozie; Che Adams
Darren Bond will be the referee for Brentford vs Southampton.
Brentford vs Southampton will be played at Brentford Community Stadium.
Brentford vs Southampton kick-off is at 3.00pm GMT on Saturday 4 February in the UK. The game isn't being shown on UK television.
In the US, kick-off time is 10.00am ET / 07.00am PT. The match will be shown on NBC in the US. See below for international broadcast options.
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