The match, which will be played behind closed doors, will be the fourth game of the new campaign for Neil MacFarlane’s side having picked up two wins and one defeat so far as they aim to get back to full fitness.
Last time out they beat Southend United 3-2 away from home with Joe Adams keeping up his impressive form with two more goals, meaning he now has four goals in three games for the side.
Recent tests against Cambridge United and Dulwich Hamlet have seen the group put through very physical tests but they’ll come up against Palace’s youngsters more than likely expecting a slightly different challenge.
The teams last met towards the beginning of last season as Brentford B pulled off one of their most eye-catching results of the campaign as they won 1-0 away from home against a very strong Palace XI.
Please stay tuned for details on how you can follow the fixture online in the coming days.