Premier League - The Big Interview - Episode 8Sep 28
Crystal Palace and Brentford meet at the start of a matchday which sees all 10 midweek Premier League games aired live on BT Sport.
Both sides sit on four points after three games and experienced contrasting fortunes last weekend, the Bees letting in a late winner at west London rivals Fulham, while the Eagles saw off Aston Villa 3-1 at Selhurst Park.
When is Palace vs Brentford?
Our coverage from Selhurst Park gets underway at 7pm (7.30pm KO) on Tuesday 30 August, live on BT Sport 3.
How to watch Palace vs Brentford on your mobile
Watch on the go with the BT Sport app with a link to the live stream available at the top of the homepage when our coverage gets underway.
With the enhanced video player featuring an interactive timeline and multi-camera functionality, the app truly offers the most-immersive viewing experience available.
How to live stream Palace vs Brentford on your laptop or TV
Crystal Palace vs Brentford is available to live stream here!
Follow the link above or access the live stream via the bt.com/sport home page when our broadcast begins at 7pm.
With access to in-game stats, real-time table changes and more, our matchday page will enhance your viewing ever further.
If you're at home, you can watch all the action BT Sport 3 via BT TV, or BT Sport large screen app, which is available on most smart televisions.*
*BT Sport customers can download the BT Sport app on PS4, Xbox, Apple TV and Samsung Smart TVs (2015 models onwards). To watch the action, follow the link at the top of the homepage.
Crystal Palace vs Brentford match preview
Fans and neutrals alike will be hoping for more goals in Tuesday's fixture after the two meetings between these sides last season finished 0-0.
The hosts' talisman Wilfried Zaha has hit the ground running at the start of their current campaign, netting coolly in the 1-1 draw at Liverpool before scoring twice in the win over Aston Villa.
Despite Brentford's disappointment last weekend, Thomas Frank's men have made a positive start to the season and boast the third-best attack in the division so far, behind just Manchester City and leaders Arsenal.
Crystal Palace vs Brentford predicted team news
Palace predicted line-up (4-3-3):
Guaita; Ward, Andersen, Guehi, Mitchell; Schlupp, Doucoure, Eze; Ayew, Edouard, Zaha.
Brentford predicted line-up (4-3-3):
Raya; Hickey, Jansson, Mee, Henry; Dasilva, Norgaard, Jensen; Mbeumo, Toney, Wissa.
What if I can't watch the game live?
No problem. A highlights package of the clash will be made available to all shortly after the game on both the BT Sport app and bt.com/sport. We'll also publish in-game clips throughout the 90 minutes.
There will also be several opportunities to watch the match in full on TV and online after the event. For more information on the latest listings, check out our TV Guide.