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25 January 2022 Venue Rogers Family Stadium Attendance

Kick off 19:45 (UK)

Harrow Borough
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(Pens 4 - 5)
Brentford
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Match Preview: Harrow Borough v Brentford B

A look ahead as Brentford B face Harrow Borough

24 January 2022

Brentford B are in London Senior Cup action on Tuesday evening as they travel to take on Harrow Borough in a 7:45pm kick-off at the Peter Rogers Family Stadium.

The young Bees booked themselves a place in this Second Round tie after beating Fisher FC with goals from Dom Jefferies and Tristan Crama back in October.

Neil MacFarlane's side go into the match with Harrow having been on an impressive run of late where they haven't tasted defeat since 17 November against FC Rodina Moscow whilst the side were on tour in Cyprus.

Recent results have seen them beat Hanwell Town in the Quarter-Final of the Middlesex FA Senior Cup whilst they also beat National League side Maidenhead United 5-1 at York Road.

The winner of this fixture will progress to the Quarter-Final stage where they will face Dartford FC.

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About Harrow Borough

Harrow compete in the Southern Football League Premier Division. They go into the clash with The Bees following a 3-1 defeat away at Gosport Borough at the weekend. The side found themselves 3-0 down following Ryan Pennery's opener before a Daniel Wooden double in the second half. Balai Dembele struck in the 85th minute for Harrow but they fell to a defeat and they find themselves 12th in their league table.

They sealed their spot in the Second Round of the competition with a penalty shootout win over Corinthian Casuals following a 0-0 draw.

Ticket News

Tickets for the fixture are priced at £12 for Adults or £6 for Brentford season ticket holders/concessions. Under-16s can gain entry for free.

Last Time We Met

A cold December's night saw these sides last meet in the same competition in the 2019/20 season on what was an emphatic win for the young Bees. It finished 7-1 to the side as Gustav Mogensen grabbed a hat-trick, Joe Adams scored two, whilst Arthur Read and Jaden Brissett also scored.

The sides also met in the 2018/19 Middlesex FA Senior Cup Final in the 2018/19 season where the young Bees lifted the trophy after a victory at Griffin Park.

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Match Report and Match Highlights: Harrow Borough 1 Brentford B 1 (Brentford win 5-4 on pens

Young Bees progress in London Senior Cup

28 January 2022

Brentford B progressed to the Quarter-Finals of the London FA Senior Cup with a 5-4 penalty shootout win over Harrow Borough following a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes.

The Peter Rogers Family Stadium was the setting as the young Bees looked to progress in another competition and add to their strong run of form in recent weeks. A Jude Russell goal in the first half was cancelled out by a second half strike from James Ewington before Nathan Young-Coombes netted the decisive spot kick. Brentford B’s starting XI was boosted by the inclusion of Josh Dasilva, who came through 45 minutes of play as he steps up his return from injury.

It was an electric start for Neil MacFarlane’s side who threatened a great deal in the opening moments. Good work from Russell saw him surge forward before he found Max Haygarth down the right-hand side before he combined with Alex Gilbert. The ball then found its way to Dasilva on the edge of the box and his shot was well blocked by the Borough back line.

On six minutes the opener came when Russell got forward well once again. After receiving the ball in the box he fired an effort towards the far corner, and with the help of a nick off of a defender, the ball found its way into the net.

It perhaps should have been two just five minutes later when Brentford B got in behind the Borough defence and Young-Coombes was played in on goal but he couldn’t convert as his effort edged wide of the left-hand post.

The Bees continued to threaten with Dasilva looking dangerous as he picked up possession from deep and travelled well with the ball on numerous occasions. Just after 20 minutes he profited from a wonderful flick from Ryan Trevitt and the midfielder charged up the field on the counter-attack, but the move just broke down as he looked to combine with Haygarth and the Borough defenders rushed back.

A Young-Coombes free-kick went straight at the wall on 23 minutes which preceded a chance for Harrow as George Moore’s header was recycled and Ahmet Biler saw his low cross pounced upon by Matt Cox in goal. James Mansfield then saw his header go straight at the Brentford keeper before Nico Jones also pulled off a strong block before the break.

Harrow started the second half brightly with a number of crosses into the box and The Bees had to defend strongly. Brentford had a good chance to test the Borough keeper on 54 minutes when Young-Coombes had another free-kick, which beat the wall this time, but the shot stopper made a smart save low to his right.

The game then changed when Harrow levelled soon after as Ewington latched onto a long ball over the top before going through on goal and slotting home to make it 1-1.

Dom Jefferies then had a good opportunity to get Brentford back in front when he was found in space on the right-hand side of the box and his initial shot was saved well and his follow up attempt was blocked.

Balai Dembele then had a wonderful chance to put Harrow in front when he was found in a bit of space within the Brentford box. The number 10 composed himself and looked to curl an effort home from around 10 yards out but he miscued as the shot was straight at Cox who collected.

It was almost a fantastic ending before full-time when Gilbert got on the end of a Haygarth cross from the left, and despite connecting well first time, he was unable to keep his shot on target as it nestled just wide as the game moved to penalties.

It was a perfect shootout for The Bees as Haygarth, Jefferies, Gilbert, Roy Syla and Young-Coombes all found the net from the spot whilst Anthony O’Connor missed for Harrow as his effort went over.

The Bees will now face Dartford away from home in the Quarter-Final stage.

Harrow Borough: Strizovic, Ikebausi, Biler, Mansfield, Taylor, Adenola, Moore, Cole, Ewington, Dembele, Keita
Subs: Donnellan, Charles-Smith, O'Connor, Wynter
Booked: Mansfield

Brentford B: Cox, Russell, Crama (Hockenhull, 65) Jones, Haygarth, Jefferies, Dasilva (Oyegoke, 45), Gordon, Gilbert, Young-Coombes, Trevitt (Syla, 65)
Subs: Winterbottom, Hercules
Booked: Gordon, Jones

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Brentford B to face Harrow Borough in London Senior Cup

Young Bees set for Second Round tie away from home

20 January 2022

Brentford B will take on Harrow Borough in the Second Round of the London Senior Cup on Tuesday 25 January at the Peter Rogers Family Stadium in a 7:45pm kick-off.

The young Bees, who recently booked themselves a place in the Semi-Finals of the Middlesex Senior Cup, will head to take on Harrow who take part in the Southern League Premier Division South side.

Brentford B are on a seven match unbeaten run and will go into the game having scored nine goals so far in their first two matches of 2022.

Harrow are 12th in their league table and recent results have seen them lose 2-1 away at Yate Town and they were also beaten by Walton Casuals on New Year’s Day. They sealed their spot in the Second Round of the competition with a penalty shootout win over Corinthian Casuals following a 0-0 draw.

The winner of this fixture will progress to the Quarter-Final stage where they will face Dartford FC.

Tickets for the fixture are priced at £12 for Adults or £6 for Brentford season ticket holders/ concessions. Under-16s can gain entry for free.

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