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Everton will be pushing for another step towards Premier League survival this weekend as they welcome Brentford to Merseyside.

Chelsea find themselves on the verge of safety this season and win against the Bees could wrap it up for Frank Lampard and Everton when they host Brentford.

Lampard has opted for as few changes as possible in recent weeks but injures continue to be an issue for the former England star.

Yerry Mina’s absence means Everton’s Michael Keane stay in at centre back but Fabian Delph’s injury could mean a return for Allan.

As for the visitors, Brentford already have safety secured, but Thomas Frank has no interest in slowing down.

One change in his starting line up has yielded four points from three games this month and he is set to be unchanged this weekend.

This one kicks off with a 4.30pm start on tomorrow at Goodison Park.

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Feargal Brennan

Feargal Brennan

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