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Kick off 19:45 (UK)

18 January 2022 Venue The Powerday Stadium Attendance

Kick off 19:45 (UK)

Hanwell Town
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Match Preview: Hanwell Town v Brentford B

Young Bees in Cup action this evening

18 January 2022

Brentford B are in Middlesex FA Senior Cup Quarter-Final action this evening as they take on Hanwell Town at the Powerday Stadium in a 7:45pm kick-off.

The young Bees have been on an impressive run of form as they sit unbeaten in their last six matches. Last time out they beat National League side Maidenhead United 5-1 with a Nathan Young-Coombes hat-trick and two goals from Jude Russell. To reach the Quarter-Finals, The Bees beat St Panteleimon away from home before netting 11 goals without reply at Broadfields United in late November.

The winner of the match will progress to the Semi-Final stage and will take on Hampton & Richmond Borough.

About Hanwell Town

Hanwell compete in the Isthmian League South Central Division and currently sit fifth in the table and have been in fine form of late. Since the turn of the year they have beaten Tooting & Mitcham United 2-0 away from home before they beat Staines Town 12-0 on the road. Their last fixture saw them beat Westfield 2-0 away from home and they will be looking to keep up their good form in the Middlesex Cup. Hanwell sealed themselves a spot in this stage of the competition with a 2-1 win away from home against Hendon FC in early November.

Ticket News

Tickets for the fixture are priced at £10 for Adults and £5 for concessions. Brentford season ticket holders can gain access for £5 entry.

Team News

Neil MacFarlane is likely to have a strong squad to choose from for the young Bees. Nathan Young-Coombes, who grabbed another goal on Monday in a win for a Brentford XI over Havant & Waterlooville, now sits on 21 goals for the season and he’ll be looking to add to his tally in this competition. Paris Maghoma could well earn more minutes after making his comeback from injury in the win over Maidenhead last week.

Last Time We Met

The sides last met in pre-season last season as Hanwell edged a five-goal thriller with a 3-2 win with Gustav Mogensen and Aaron Pressley netting the goals for the young Bees. The 2019/20 season saw the sides meet in this very competition as Neil MacFarlane’s side progressed from the first stage with a 4-2 win on penalties. The side battled back from 2-0 down and overcame going down to 10 men to win on spot kicks with Patrik Gunnarsson saving two in the shootout.

Last Time Out

Brentford B beat Maidenhead United 5-1 away from home on Tuesday last week. Take in the main moments from the game.

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Match Reports

Match Report and Match Highlights: Hanwell Town 1 Brentford B 4

Young Bees claim win at the Powerday Stadium

23 January 2022

Brentford B secured themselves a place in the Semi-Finals of the Middlesex FA Senior Cup after a 4-1 win over Hanwell Town on Tuesday evening.

Three first half goals courtesy of Nathan Young-Coombes, Paris Maghoma and Myles Peart-Harris were added to by Lewis Gordon late on as the side once again impressed in what is now a seven match unbeaten run for Neil MacFarlane’s group.

The side lined up in a 3-4-3 formation with Max Haygarth and Ryan Trevitt playing high as wing backs and both players were key outlets for the side. Maghoma made his first start since returning from injury whilst Peart-Harris and Alex Gilbert lined up alongside Young-Coombes in the forward area.

It took until around 10 minutes for the young Bees to carve out their first real chance and it came when the impressive Haygarth floated a ball over the top to Young-Coombes but he was unable to bring the ball under control. The opener then came on 12 minutes as Haygarth crossed to the back post and Trevitt did wonderfully well to hook the ball back across goal, and though the ball may well have crossed the line through his effort, Young-Coombes was on hand to ensure the ball would find its way in as he helped himself to a 22nd goal of the season.

A couple of Hanwell balls into the box were the first real threat that Ben Winterbottom had to be alert to as a free-kick went over before a cross into the box just evaded one of the Town players as The Bees then looked to further their lead. Peart-Harris had his first real attempt when he tried to find the net with a low free-kick but he edged his effort just wide of goal.

On 30 minutes Gilbert made an important clearance off the line as Winterbottom made an initial close range save before the Hanwell forward tried to force an effort goalwards from the rebound but the Brentford man was alert to snuff out the danger to keep it at 1-0.

Five minutes before the break it became 2-0 to Brentford and the goal came in style. Wonderful midfield play saw the likes of Maghoma and Jefferies involved early on as they brought the ball forward. Maghoma continued his run and the Welsh midfielder clipped a delightful ball down the middle to find him before a clever one-two with Young-Coombes then saw him finish from close range to net his second goal for Brentford B.

The side were then able to really take the game away from Hanwell just a minute or so before half-time when a corner into the box saw Tristan Crama flick a header towards the far post and Peart-Harris stooped to nod home and make it 3-0.

The second half may not have had as many goals for The Bees but it certainly had the chances. The side went in search of more when Haygarth tricked inside before squaring for Peart-Harris and despite the ball getting away from the midfielder, Trevitt picked up the loose ball before firing over.

A chance then fell for Massimo Giammattei for the hosts and he powered an effort towards goal which forced Winterbottom into a really smart save as he pushed the ball away for a corner. More chances fell for Trevitt and Gilbert had a really good opportunity when he burst through the centre, and after the working the ball onto his right foot, he curled just wide of goal as the score remained 3-0 until going into the final 15.

Hanwell found the net on 75 minutes with a really good attempt as Ogo Obi turned well before firing an effort against the crossbar and it bounced down before Calum Duffy pounced to ensure the ball crossed the line as Town were dealt a lifeline.

Credit to the young Bees, though, who continued to play their football despite some aerial challenges where they had to battle to defend their lead. After conceding they managed to get back into their rhythm and the pace of substitute Val Adedokun proved a real handful for Hanwell in the closing stages as the Irishman whipped in some very dangerous deliveries which just evaded the Brentford bodies in the box.

Going into the final five minutes there was a short pause in play following floodlight issues but after a short break the match got back under way and The Bees got their fourth in the final minutes of the game. Gordon found himself in a forward position before playing a brilliant one-two with Trevitt before he slotted the ball past the keeper after following his pass.

Hanwell Town: Sobte, Carr, O'Brien, Rush, Jonas, Duffym Hutchinson, Giammattei, Obi, Larreff, Siemienczuck
Subs: Woodcock, Chandler, Pruti, Bangura, Collins

Brentford B: Winterbottom, Russell, Crama, Gordon, Haygarth, Jefferies, Maghoma (Oksanen, 60) Trevitt, Peart-Harris (Jones, 72)) Young-Coombes (Adedokun, 72 ) Gilbert
Subs: Rees, Hercules

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Ticket News

Brentford B to face Hanwell Town in Middlesex FA Senior Cup Quarter-Final

Watch the young Bees in action on Tuesday next week

13 January 2022

Brentford B play their Middlesex FA Senior Cup Quarter-Final against Hanwell Town on Tuesday 18 January at the Powerday Stadium.

The young Bees navigated their way to this stage by beating St Panteleimon 4-2 away from home back in October last year before they then beat Broadfields United 11-0 in November. They will go into the game off the back of six games unbeaten as they aim to lift a trophy that the side last won in the 2018/19 season.

Hanwell, who play in in the Isthmian League South Central Division, secured their place in the fixture after beating Hendon FC 2-1 away from home at the beginning of November. Their last match saw them beat Staines Town 12-0 and they currently sit sixth in the league table.

Tickets for the fixture are priced at £10 for Adults and £5 for concessions. Brentford season ticket holders can gain access for £5 entry.

The B Team will go into the match after beating National League side Maidenhead United 5-1 on Tuesday afternoon. Nathan Young-Coombes grabbed three on the day whilst Jude Russell notched two in the impressive result.

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