Having progressed from the first round with a bye, the match will see Neil MacFarlane’s side take part in the competition for the first time since winning the prize last season, which saw them beat Harrow Borough 4-0 at Griffin Park.
The Bees go into the game at The Powerday Stadium on a good run of form following the international break where a number of players were in action at youth level.
Following their return, the side navigated their way past FFDTV Academy in an 8-1 win at Jersey Road before they came up against Reading Under-23s at Griffin Park on Wednesday evening.
The young Bees beat Reading Under-23s last time out at Griffin Park
A competitive encounter saw the Bees run out 3-1 winners with Jaden Brissett notching two goals on the night as MacFarlane’s side take some momentum into the tricky cup encounter with Hanwell.
Ahead of the match, the Brentford B head coach said: “It’s going to be another tough game for the B Team group, we’ve had a cup tie already at Beckenham as well (in the London Senior Cup), in which we came out on top, and hopefully we can do the same again on Saturday.
“They (the games) come thick and fast between now and Christmas, but as I’ve always said, that’s what players want to do. For the supporters it’s another opportunity to come and watch us on Saturday and hopefully we’ll get another win.”
About Hanwell Town
Hanwell Town compete in the BetVictor Isthmian South Central Division and have endured a positive start to their league campaign so far. They currently sit second in the league table, just one point off top spot, with six wins and one draw to their name. The club was founded in 1920 by a group members from the Newcastle area who had relocated, therefore they adopted the black and white stripes.
Hanwell go into the match with Brentford B off the back of a 3-0 win over Marlow in the Velocity Trophy as they replicated their league form by knocking out their opponents with a 3-0 win at the Powerday Stadium.
With the first team not in action until they travel to Queens Park Rangers on Monday 28 October, it represents the perfect chance for supporters to head down to Hanwell Town to cheer on the young Bees.
Tickets are available on the day of the match, priced at £8 for Adults and £4 for concessions.
If you're unable to make it to the match against Hanwell then live updates will be available on our social media channels and a match report will be provided following the full-time whistle.