In the English Premier League, which resumes after the World Cup break, Tottenham's Son Heung-min will challenge Brandford's 4th goal tonight (26th).
After returning to the World Cup in Qatar, Son Heung-min also suffered from not being able to train for two days due to fever, but on the 22nd, he wore a mask in the second half of the friendly match against Nice and replaced it, completing the inspection to return to the league.
Son Heung-min, who scored 23 goals last season and became the top scorer, is slowing down with 3 goals this season.
His recovery from injury is not complete, so he has to continue wearing a mask, but expectations for his goal are high as he scored two goals in three matches against Brentford in the past.
However, coach Conte revealed that the players participating in the World Cup will be put into the game in consideration of fatigue, so Son Heung-min seems more likely to play as a substitute rather than a starter.
Hwang Hee-chan of Wolverhampton, who led the World Cup round of 16 with Son Heung-min, will also scramble against Everton.
Hwang Hee-chan showed off his outstanding skills by inducing a penalty kick and recording one assist in the League Cup round of 16 against Gillingham on the 21st.
Coach Moriyasu, who led Japan to the round of 16 at the Qatar World Cup, will continue to lead the national team.
Japanese media reported that Moriyasu's successive tenure has become certain until the 2026 World Cup in North and Central America.
With this, Moriyasu is expected to raise his name as the first coach in Japanese football history for two consecutive World Cups.