Brentford v Bournemouth: date, kick off and how to watch Premier League clash live on TV

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Brentford are to welcome struggling Bournemouth to the Gtech Community Stadium this weekend in the latest round of Premier League fixtures. The Bees head into the game strong favourites.

The sides last met in 2020, in the Championship play-off semi finals. Bournemouth won the first leg 1-0, and were leading Brentford in the second leg but the Londoners prevailed after a Chris Mepham red card.

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And, despite their new takeover, Bournemouth are struggling in the league and have not won a game - or even scored a goal in the league since the Premier League returned. Their latest game culminated in a 4-2 FA Cup loss to Burnley.

Brentford were also dumped out of the FA Cup as a goal from former player Said Benrahma was enough to ensure West Ham progressed. Aside from that, Brentford are unbeaten since domestic action resumed.

Their last home game in the Premier League was a famous 3-1 win over Liverpool. An Ibrahima Konate got the ball rolling for the Bees, before Yoanne Wissa and Bryan Mbeumo added two more.

When does Brentford v Bournemouth kick off?

Brentford vs Bournemouth will kick off at 5:30pm on Saturday, January 14. The game will be played at the Gtech Community Stadium, which was opened in 2020.

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How to watch Brentford v Bournemouth on TV

The game is being played live on Sky Sports. Customers who are not currently signed up can sign up on the Sky Sports website.

Non-Sky customers can currently purchase the Sky Q, Sky TV, Netflix & Sky Sports package. This grants you access to Over 400 live football games on Sky Sports, plus Sky TV & Netflix and costs £44 (their lowest ever price on this deal) a month plus a £20 set up fee.

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Sky Q and Sky+ customers can choose the 2 for 1 football offer. This option has no contract and just costs £18 extra on top of your existing deals. To upgrade to this, visit the Sky website.

Customers can also purchase the ‘Complete Sky Sports Package’. This costs £25 a month and grants you access to All 11 Sky Sports channels, including Premier League, F1 & more. Available to Sky Q and Sky+ customers only, dependent on VIP tier.

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Another option to watch the game is to sign up to Now TV. You can pay £11.98 as a one-off payment to watch the game. This gives you access to five Sky Sports channels for 24 hours from purchase.

Also, via Now TV, is the sports membership. This is currently at the discounted price of £25 a month for six months, down from £33 a month. This option gives you unlimited access to all 11 Sky Sports channels, and allows you to stream Sky Sports channels at up to three devices at once, and you can cancel anytime.

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