Tottenham vs Brentford – Premier League: Live score and updates

Tottenham vs Brentford LIVE: Antonio Conte’s side look to bounce back from European embarrassment as Italian names an unchanged side to the starting XI that was due to play Burnley for tricky test against Bees

  • Antonio Conte’s Tottenham are hoping to climb to sixth in the Premier League
  • Their last game was a 2-1 Europa Conference League humbling against NS Mura
  • Thomas Frank’s promoted side can go level on points with Spurs if they win 
  • Follow this link for latest Premier League news, including live action and results
  • Premier League table – as it stands 

Tottenham take on Brentford, looking to bounce back from European embarrassment, in front of their own fans at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Thursday night.

The last game for Antonio Conte’s side was an embarrassing 2-1 Europa Conference League defeat to Slovenian minnows NS Mura, and their Premier League match against Burnley at the weekend was postponed due to poor weather.

They face Thomas Frank’s promoted side knowing a win would take them up to sixth, a point behind rivals Arsenal and within touching distance of the Champions League spots.

However, the Bees – who promise to provide a tricky test – can go level on points with Spurs if they win.

Follow Sportsmail‘s MAX MATHEWS for live Premier League coverage of Tottenham vs Brentford, including build-up, team news and updates.

Host commentator

Spurs making the most of their swanky new ground, pumping out big beats around their sound system and flashing colourful lights.

The hosts are walking out, clad in nice navy tracksuits.



Final adverts playing…

Nearly at kick-off!

They would have had the chance to put that behind them against Brentford at the weekend, but Turf Moor was colder than Santa Claus’ freezer and so that game got snowed off.

This is the first game since. Conte will want a reaction, and then some.

…Spurs lost 2-1 against Slovenian minnows NS Mura in the Europa Conference League.

I don’t want to stick the boot in, but it was an embarrassing result. Most Spurs fans, I’m sure, would agree.

Thomas Frank, understandably, goes with an unchanged team from the side that beat Everton 1-0. 

More of the same please lads, he’ll probably be telling them in the dressing room.

Two changes for Antonio Conte’s men from their last league game, with Davinson Sanchez in for Japhet Tanganga at centre-back and Oliver Skipp in for Harry Winks in midfield.

Perhaps surprising given Sanchez and Skipp played in that horror show against Mura, with Sanchez particularly poor in that game. But Cristian Romero is out injured, so he stays…

Can the Spurs pair bounce back tonight?



Spurs, Brentford, Premier League, Thursday night, live.

Who’s up for it?

Source: Read Full Article