Fulham vs Brentford Premier League Match 20 August 2022
The west London derby between Fulham and Brentford will be played for the first time in Premier League history.
The Cottagers prevailed in their most recent meeting, which took place in the 2020 play-off final, although the Bees have had a better trajectory since.
Even though Thomas Frank’s team recently humiliated Manchester United, the fact that it came as less of a surprise says a lot about the caliber of Brentford.
In fact, at this point, it seems unlikely that there could be any kind of “second season syndrome.”
In contrast, Fulham has earned two points from its opening two games and has displayed a level of tenacity that hasn’t been typical of the team in recent years.
Here is all the information you require for the West London Derby.
Date, time of day, and location
On Saturday, August 20, 2022, the Premier League game is slated to begin at 3pm BST.
The venue is Craven Cottage in London.
Where to watch Brentford vs. Fulham
The game won’t be live televised because it will take place during the period of football-wide blackout in England.
Can I watch the Fulham vs. Brentford game live online?
Unfortunately, Fulham vs. Brentford will NOT be televised live in the UK.
This is because live broadcasts of football events are prohibited in the UK between 2:45 and 5:15 p.m.
Fans in the US, meanwhile, can go to Peacock to broadcast the full event.
However, highlights will be accessible when Match of the Day airs on Saturday at 10.30 p.m.
Team news for Fulham vs. Brentford
Manor Solomon underwent surgery to treat an injury he sustained early in his Fulham career, and as a result, will miss a significant amount of the current season.
Although Andreas Pereira’s availability is hoped for, Bobby Decordova-participation Reid’s is in doubt.
Sergi Canos and Kristoffer Ajer of Brentford might play for the first time this year.
Rodak, Tete, Tosin, Ream, Robinson, Reed, Palhinha, Decordova-Reid, Pereira, Kebano, and Mitrovic make up Fulham’s starting 11.
Bench: Stansfield, Leno, Duffy, Cairney, Chalobah, Muniz, Mbabu, and Muniz.
Brentford Raya, Roerslev, Jansson, Mee, Hickey, Dasilva, Norgaard, Jensen, Henry, Mbeumo, and Toney make up the starting 11.
Bench: Wissa, Strakosha, Ghoddos, Onyeka, Lewis-Potter, Damsgaard, Baptiste, Janelt, and Bech Sorensen.
History and outcomes of head-to-head contests
Win for Fulham: 22
Wins for Brentford: 23