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Kick off 19:45 (UK)

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08 March 2022 Venue Bedfont Sports Attendance

Kick off 19:45 (UK)

Brentford
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Hampton & Richmond
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Match Previews

Match Preview: Brentford B v Hampton & Richmond

A look ahead to tomorrow evening's Cup clash

7 March 2022

Brentford B will face Hampton & Richmond in the Semi-Final of the Middlesex Senior Cup on Tuesday evening in a 7:45pm kick-off at Bedfont Sport Ground.

Neil MacFarlane’s side will be aiming to secure themselves a place in their first Final of the campaign and will go into it following two consecutive wins over Dartford and Southampton B.

The B Team’s last outing was on Friday night as they headed to the south coast and claimed a 1-0 win over Southampton B at their Staplewood Training Ground. Nathan Young-Coombes grabbed the all-important goal in the 82nd minute with a close range finish as he collected his 27th of the season.

About Hampton & Richmond

Hampton & Richmond claimed a 2-1 win in National League South on Saturday as they beat Dulwich Hamlet 2-1 with James Roberts grabbing the winner from the penalty spot on 57 minutes after their opponents had been reduced to 10 men. Recent results prior to that morale boosting victory had seen the team on a tough run of form having been beaten recently by Chelmsford City, Oxford City and Eastbourne Borough. Also in the middle of those results they claimed a 1-1 draw away at Chippenham Town. Hampton & Richmond are 14th in the league table and have picked up 33 points from 28 games. In charge of Hampton is Gary McCann, who previously managed Dulwich Hamlet and Hendon. He took the role in June 2018 and and guided the side to 15th in his first season. Since then, they have been operating in and around the Play-Off places in recent seasons, which have been heavily impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. In the summer of 2021 he signed a new three-year-contract with the club which ties him to the Beveree Stadium until 2024.

Ticket News

Tickets will be available on the gate with prices as follows:

Adults: £8


Concessions: £5


Under-16s: £2


Free entry for Under-16s with a paying Adult

Last Time We Met

The sides met earlier this season in a friendly fixture back in September where The Bees picked up a 2-1 win. One of the Brentford Trialists netted first before Dom Jefferies also scored with a side footed effort into the top right-hand corner.

Neil MacFarlane’s thoughts

The B Team Head Coach is urging supporters to head down to Bedfont and get behind the team, who are in fantastic form of late. He explained: “This team is playing so well at the moment and we would like as many people to come and watch them as possible. We want to keep pushing on their careers. Like we’ve seen in the Cup ties over the course of the season our fans have come down to support the players and I have no doubt they will once again.”

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Last Time Out

You can watch the B Team's last match below as they impressed on the south coast.

Stadium Address: Bedfont Rec Ground, Hatton Rd, Feltham TW14 9QT.

(Please note, the postcode on google maps will take you approximately 100 yards past the entrance)

Parking around the ground is very limited so we encourage you to cycle, walk and get public transport. Hatton Cross Underground station is a short walk from the ground and is on the Piccadilly Line, easily accessible around the Brentford area. Feltham British Rail is the nearest Overground, around a 15-minute walk from Bedfont Sports. Regular bus services also stop just outside the ground: H25, H26 and 203.

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Match Reports

Match Report and Match Highlights: Brentford B 1 Hampton & Richmond Borough 0

Bees secure place in Middlesex FA Senior Cup Final

10 March 2022

Brentford B progressed to the Final of the Middlesex Senior Cup with a 1-0 win over National League South side Hampton & Richmond Borough at Bedfont Sports Ground.

The winner came late in the game, on 88 minutes, as Val Adedokun found the net to seal the side a place in the Final where they will take on Barnet FC.

It was a game that wasn’t littered with chances at either end but the young Bees controlled things throughout as they remained patient in possession. It took until eight minutes in for either goal to be threatened as Daniel Oyegoke, who was a constant threat down the right, put in a dangerous cross towards Ryan Trevitt, but for an important defensive clearance from Hampton.

Zach Dronfield then tried his luck following a corner but his effort was wide before Jaakko Oksanen went really close for the B Team as he whipped a free-kick into the box from a tight angle on the right. His left footed effort flashed across goal and forced the keeper into an important stop.

On 37 minutes, James Roberts then tried his luck following a Hampton counter-attack as the ball fell to him on the edge of the box, and his low effort from distance forced Ben Winterbottom into a smart save as he pushed round the post.

Brentford B started the second half brightly, though, when Trevitt and Dom Jefferies did well to keep the ball alive as they kept the ball up on the edge of the box before it found its way to Nathan Young-Coombes, and the move ended with Trevitt shooting low with his drive deflecting from a corner.

On the hour mark Trevitt was involved again as he turned and shot from the edge of the box with a half volley but it was straight at the goalkeeper, whilst Oksanen played a smart one-two with Young-Coombes before he was teed up by the forward but the midfielder shot over with his left foot.

Neil MacFarlane’s side’s best effort of the game so far then came on 79 minutes when good pressing from Myles Peart-Harris and Young-Coombes saw them snatch possession high before the forward drove in on goal and powered an effort towards the top corner, but for a really strong save from the keeper to deny him.

On 88 minutes, and with the chance of penalties looking more and more likely, the deadlock was finally broken. A short free-kick was played out to the left for substitute Adedokun, who looked up before curling an effort towards the far post which outwitted the keeper and ended up in the net to secure the side a place in the Final.

Brentford B: Winterbottom, Oyegoke, Gordon, Hockenhull, Jones (Adedokun, 83) Jefferies, Young-Coombes, Trevitt (Sotona, 80) Oksanen, Crama, Peart-Harris (Syla, 90+1)

Subs: Rees, Mpongo

Hampton & Richmond: Julian, Ness, Farrell, Inman, Deadfield, Roberts, Robinson, Fisher, Dronfield, Uche, Dunne

Subs: Niznik, Barzey, Oladipo, Miller-Rodney, Allen

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