Liverpool are the visitors to TW8 this evening and there could only be one man on the front our Match Programme!

Priced at £4 and featuring a revealing interview with Sergi Canós, our sellers around the stadium are now accepting contactless payments. Programmes are also available from The Bees Merchandise Kiosk on Lionel Road South.

Now you’ve seen the front cover, take a look at what’s inside!

“To have eight points and three clean sheets after five games is a pleasing start – we have performed consistently well so far – but this is the toughest division in the world for a reason. We know we have some massive tests ahead of us.”

From the Dugout, Thomas Frank: Following back-to-back victories over Wolverhampton Wanderers and Oldham Athletic, confidence is high ahead of Liverpool’s visit to West London

“Liverpool fans were wondering whether last season’s dip in form from January to March was a sign this team was on its way down after its incredible winning run from 2018 to 2020, or just a mere blip caused by a chronic injury crisis at the back, coupled with an absence of fans. Judging by their first few matches, it was the latter, with The Reds seemingly back to their previous best.”

Hot off the Press: With Richard Morgan of Sky Sports @Richiereds1976

“Liverpool’s inactivity in the summer window could yet cost them, but I think our starting XI is arguably the best in the country when everyone is fit. At the very least we must match last season’s top-three finish, but reclaiming our title is what we’re here for!”

The Away End: With Liverpool supporter, Liam Corcoran

A Strip Down Memory Lane: The good, the bad and the boring. Nick Bruzon takes a look inside the wardrobe to reveal four Liverpool kits that, for better or worse, stand out from the rest

“I’m so thankful for everything Liverpool did for me, and I’m so grateful they let me go; to become who I am today, I had to leave.”

One Step Back, Two Steps Forward: Having made his Premier League debut for Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool in May 2016, Sergi Canós is no stranger to our visitors this evening. We caught up with the 24-year-old ahead of a potential meeting with his former employers

“Hey, Sergi Canós! I wanna knoooooow, how you scored that goal!”

Peter Gilham’s Great Brentford Goals

View from the North Stand: North Stand Season Ticket Holder Nick Bruzon looks back on the week that was

From the Archive: A Dave McCulloch hattrick and two Jack Holliday goals helped us to a 5-2 victory over Liverpool in October 1936. Bees Historian Rob Jex delves into the archive to find out more

“That winner’s medal sits in my safe to this day and will continue to because it was such a proud moment for me as an individual and for the football club.”

History Boys: Next up in our series looking back on the ‘91/92 title-winning campaign is Brian Statham, who made the move across London to sign for The Bees in January 1992

BeeTeam: Fun and games to keep your young Bees occupied!

Coach Karleigh: Karleigh Osborne is back with a great small-sided game to improve passing patterns and composure on the ball

“I want to create something. Brentford is the best place to continue my career.”

Brentford B: Ben Strange sits down with new B Team signing Daniel Oyegoke

“I was brought up in a family that doesn’t leave food and people would always say you can eat what you want if you are doing loads of exercise. Well, that was bad advice!”

The Last Word: ‘You are what you eat’. After Cristiano Ronaldo’s recent pudding refusal inspired the Man United squad to give up dessert, Ben Burgess explores the importance of nutrition in keeping athletes at the top

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