Crystal Palace vs Brentford, live! How to watch, streaming link, lineups

Crystal Palace and Brentford will battle it out in a London derby on Tuesday as both teams await their chances of a second Premier League win of the season.


Patrick Vieira’s side won 2-0 at Manchester City on Saturday but ended up losing 4-2 after Erling Haaland demolished them, and that can happen. Overall, it has been a very positive start to the season for the Eagles.

The same can be said for Brentford too. They have had a bit of ups and downs but injuries have hit them defensively so far this season as they dominated Everton at the weekend but could only manage a draw at home.

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Here is everything you need for Crystal Palace vs Brentford.

How to watch Crystal Palace vs Brentford live, stream link and start time

Kickoff: 2:30 p.m. ET, Tuesday
TV Channel: Peacock
Online: streaming via Peacock Premium

key stories

Palace talisman Wilfried Zaha is reportedly being hounded by Chelsea and Arsenal at the end of the summer window and has only one year left on his contract. That’s a big deal as Zaha is the attacking heartbeat of this side. To be sure, Patrick Vieira won’t make a fuss if Zaha moves on, but he’ll be desperate to bring other options forward if Zaha moves on. On the pitch, Palace have looked as dangerous as ever on the counter-attack and have done well after getting off to a very difficult start, coming up against Arsenal, Liverpool and Man City in their first four games of the season.

Brentford have dominated teams but have only taken four points on the scoreboard after their 4-0 demolition of Manchester United by losing to Fulham and earning a late draw at home against Everton. Thomas Frank’s side have been creating plenty of chances, but they were so unlucky against Everton that he hit the woodwork three times and should have won easily. Brentford have scored nine goals so far this season and are extremely dangerous in attack.

Fit players to watch

Palace’s Joachim Andersen continues to reach new heights in central defence, while Eze stands tall and really takes his game to a new level following his return to fitness.

Brentford’s Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbeumo continue to run around the opposition defenders, while Mathias Jensen and Christian Norgaard maintain control in central midfield.

Crystal Palace team news, injuries, lineup options

Wilfried Zaha starts and Tyrick Mitchell is on the bench after final fitness tests while Nathan Ferguson, Jack Butland, James Tomkins and James McArthur are out.

Brentford team news, injuries, lineup options

Sergi Canos and Ethan Pinnock remain out with thigh and knee injuries respectively, while centre-backs Pontus Jansson and Kristoffer Ajer are struggling to regain their fitness.

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