Everton predicted lineup vs Brentford: One change in 5-4-1 setup

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Richarlison will lead the Everton attack


Striker: Richarlison

On days when he cannot get the service he desires in order to score goals, he makes it up by working extremely hard. Richarlison’s flamboyance can cause a lot of trouble to Brentford and containing him will be difficult if he is in his element.

The 24 year old will be hoping for better service from his teammates in order to put the ball in the back of the net. Richarlison may have a difficult time against Mads Bech Sorenson and Pontus Jansson.

Could Fabian Delph’s absence hurt Everton?

Delph has become a quintessential part of the side in this relegation scarp. The Englishman has performed well over expectation, winning the praise of even the staunchest critics. Delph operating as the nucleus of the midfield allowed Everton to have more control in the middle. Certainly, his absence will be felt but hopefully, Allan and Doucoure will do the job.

Can Everton ensure Premier League status for next season tomorrow?

Yes, but a lot will depend on Leeds United’s game. Leeds is 18th with 34 points in 36 games. If they fail to win their game against Brighton, all Everton need is one point to ensure safety and if they manage to secure a draw or win against Brentford, the Toffees will ensure their Premier League status.

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