The match, which will be hosted by Hendon, is a Second Round fixture with both sides having been given byes in the First Round of this season’s competition.

The sides met just over one month ago in the Final of the 2019/20 competition which had been delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. On the night, the game went to extra-time in a closely fought encounter which was won late on when Shaun Lucien fired home a penalty to win the trophy with a 1-0 win.

Neil MacFarlane’s side will be looking to go one better this season and try to win the trophy, but they will have to navigate their way past a confident Hendon side who will be looking to do the double over the young Bees.

Recent form for both sides sees them come into the fixture off the back of defeats with Brentford B looking to turn out an improved result following their 3-2 defeat away at National League side Aldershot Town, whilst Hendon slipped to a 1-0 defeat away at Poole Town on Saturday.

The Semi-Pro side play in the Southern Premier Division South and have had a mixed start to the season as they currently occupy 11th place. Lee Allinson’s men have won two, drawn two and lost two of their first six matches in the league, with those victories coming against Walton Casuals and Hartley Witney.

Owned by Hendon FC’s Supporters Trust, they’ve been in ownership by their fans for more than 10 seasons and are in their third season in the Southern Premier Division having spent 55 years in the Isthmian League.

Manager, Allinson, is now in his first full season in charge at the Club having being appointed in November 2019. He replaced Jimmy Gray who had managed to keep the club at Step 3 in the 2018/19 season after he had replaced long-serving boss Gary McCann, who departed after 13 and a half years.

Supporters are able to gain access to this fixture in a controlled environment which complies with all of the necessary guidelines with regards to Covid-19. Some tickets will be available on the gate with online sales having now ended. Tickets on the gate are priced at: £7 for adults and £2 for Under 18.

For those not attending, Brentford will be providing full social media coverage of the fixture as well as a match report and post-match interviews with Neil MacFarlane and members of his squad.