Having won the Middlesex FA Senior Challenge Cup last year, the young Bees have been drawn against the same side they actually beat in that final at Griffin Park, in what was a 4-0 win which saw them lift the trophy.
Brentford B have been on a positive run in recent weeks and go into the game after beating Celtic reserves and AFC Wimbledon, and Head Coach Neil MacFarlane says the side are looking forward to another difficult test.
He explained: “Again, it’s a different test. We went up to Celtic last week and gained a good result before coming back down to play against a first team (AFC Wimbledon) which was fantastic for us.
“It’s another different test, one we will approach properly, and hopefully we can get another good result. We know the games are coming thick and fast up until Christmas, but players want to play games and we’ve got them in a position now where they’re fit enough to go every two or three days.”
Harrow are 16th in the BetVictor Southern Premier South having picked up 20 points from their first 19 matches of the season. Their last result saw them travel to Yate Town where they fell to a narrow 2-1 defeat. After welcoming the young Bees on Tuesday evening, they will then prepare for a match with Devon side Tiverton Town on Saturday.
Supporters can gain entry to the match with tickets priced at £12, concessions at £6 and £2 for under-16s, and there will also be food and drink available for fans to purchase from Earlsmead.