Our betting expert has three Brentford vs Everton tips for Saturday’s Premier League game at the Gtech Community Stadium (kick-off, 5.30pm). Scroll down for the analysis behind his selections.Brentford vs Everton betting tips Draw @ 13/5 with Paddy PowerBryan Mbeumo to score any time @ 13/8 with Paddy PowerBet builder – Both teams to score, Arnaut Danjuma to have 2+ shots and Yoane Wissa to have 1+ shots on target @ SP with Paddy Power
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Both sides are looking to bounce back from 1-0 defeats last weekend, Brentford going down away to Newcastle United and Everton losing at home to Arsenal.
Brentford, with six points from five matches, have dealt with the absence of star striker Ivan Toney well, notching eight goals across their first four league games before drawing a blank on Saturday.
Although they are unbeaten in their last seven at home, Thomas Frank’s side have yet to win there this season, drawing with Spurs (2-2), Crystal Palace (2-2) and Bournemouth (1-1).
They are struggling to find the fluidity of the 2022-23 campaign and they may just find themselves frustrated against Everton, who have one point from a possible 15.
That came on the road at Sheffield United, while their only victory in any competition came at Doncaster Rovers in the League Cup.
Sean Dyche’s side may not have enough to get the win on Saturday but they look more than capable of grabbing a share of the spoils, as they did when drawing 1-1 in this fixture last season.
Brentford vs Everton tip 1: Draw @ 13/5 with Paddy PowerMbuemo makes striking impression
Bryan Mbeumo is one of the players who has been asked to step up in Toney’s absence and he has done that for the large part, netting four goals to lead his club’s scoring charts.
The Cameroon striker has scored in two of his side’s three home matches this term and his tally of 10 attempts is only bettered by Yoane Wissa (20).
Against an Everton defence that has been breached nine times, Mbeumo will be confident of adding to a tally that is just five goals behind his total in the top flight last season.
Brentford vs Everton tip 2: Bryan Mbeumo to score any time @ 13/8 with Paddy PowerIt’s a yes for Arnaut
Everton may have drawn blanks in four of their five league games but they have created numerous opportunities to find the back of the net, their 67 shots being the 12th-highest tally in the division.
The Toffees have only scored twice in the top flight and it’s notable both of those came away from home at Sheffield United, while they also bagged twice at Doncaster in the League Cup.
With Brentford facing defensive selection problems, the Merseyside outfit can make the most of a rejigged home backline and get on the scoresheet.
The Bees are also likely to score given the fact five of their eight league goals have come at the Gtech Community Stadium.
Along with both teams to score in this bet builder, it may prove prudent to add in Arnaut Danjuma to have 2+ attempts.
The Netherlands forward is not afraid to have a pop and has 16 attempts to his name, only six players in the division have more this season.
Rounding off this bet builder is for Brentford’s Wissa to have 1+ shots on target. The 27-year-old has had 20 attempts, six of those testing the keeper, and he is always happy to chance his arm.
Brentford vs Everton tip 3: Bet builder – Both teams to score, Arnaut Danjuma to have 2+ shots and Yoane Wissa to have 1+ shots on target @ SP with Paddy PowerBrentford vs Everton odds Brentford @ 4/5 with Paddy PowerDraw @ 13/5 with Paddy PowerEverton @ 7/2 with Paddy Power
Odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.Brentford vs Everton team news Brentford
Rico Henry suffered a potentially season-ending knee injury at Newcastle and will be sorely missed while Ben Mee also misses the match.
Brentford predicted line-up (4-3-3): Flekken; Hickey, Collins, Pinnock, Roerslev; Jensen, Norgaard, Janelt; Mbeumo, Wissa, Schade.Everton
Dele Alli, Seamus Coleman and Jack Harrison all remain out. Beto should start up front after impressing early on.
Everton predicted line-up (4-5-1): Pickford; Patterson, Branthwaite, Tarkowski, Mykolenko; Danjuma, Gueye, Doucoure, Onana, McNeil; Beto.Last five results Brentford
Sep 16 PL Newcastle 1 Brentford 0 L
Sep 2 PL Brentford 2 Bournemouth 2 D
Aug 29 CC Newport 1 Brentford 1 (pen: 0-3) W
Aug 26 PL Brentford 1 Crystal Palace 1 D
Aug 19 PL Fulham 0 Brentford 3 WEverton
Sep 17 PL Everton 0 Arsenal 1 L
Sep 02 PL Sheff Utd 2 Everton 2 D
Aug 30 CC Doncaster 1 Everton 2 W
Aug 26 PL Everton 0 Wolves 1 L
Aug 20 PL Aston Villa 4 Everton 0 L
PL Premier League CC Carabao Cup