Brentford will hope to continue their excellent start to their maiden Premier League campaign as they travel to Burnley on Saturday.
The Bees, 11th place in the League table, could go 11 points clear of Burnley with a win. However, the Clarets are in 18th place, and still have not picked up a victory.
In their previous league games, Burnley came from behind to take a point against Southampton, while Brentford were defeated by Leicester City.
Failing to score in seven of their previous 12 games, finding the back of the net had been the issue for Burnley prior to Saturday's draw, yet it was their defensive issues that cost them the three points at St Mary's. In Brentford's game, the Bees came from behind tenaciously to equalise, yet a late lapse in concentration allowed James Maddison to win it for the Foxes.
Performance-wise, however, Brentford have been far superior to their upcoming opponents so far this campaign, and they will be favourites in this fixture.
Burnley vs Brentford team news
Burnley boss Sean Dyche has no new injury concerns ahead of Saturday's game.
Ben Mee returned from illness to clock up 90 minutes in Wednesday's 1-0 Carabao Cup defeat to Tottenham and is in contention to feature again.
Pope, Roberts, Collins, Tarkowski, Taylor; McNeil, Westwood, Cork, Cornet, Rodriguez, Wood
Fernandez, Jorgensen, Jansson, Ajer, Canos, Onyeka, Norgaard, Jensen, Henry, Toney, Forss
Where to watch
This match will not be broadcast live on TV in the UK. It will be at 15:00 on Saturday, and VAVEL will be providing top coverage online.
One to watch
Brentford star man Ivan Toney is VAVEL's one to watch away at Burnley. Since moving to West London at the start of last season, the striker has been a revelation. Toney is aggressive, powerful, physically strong, but also agile and a gifted striker of the ball. Although he has only scored two this season, Burnley will be the game for him to showcase his true talent.
- Brentford have won just one of their last 12 away games against Burnley in all competitions (D5 L6), winning 2-1 in a third-tier match in December 1996. This will be the first ever top-flight meeting between the two sides.
- Burnley haven't won any of their last five home league games against promoted sides (D3 L2), having won six of their eight such games before this (D2).