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Kick off 19:45 (UK)

23 November 2021 Venue Northwood Park Stadium Attendance

Kick off 19:45 (UK)

Broadfields United
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Match Preview: Broadfields United v Brentford B

A look ahead to tonight's Cup match

23 November 2021

Brentford B take on Broadfields United this evening in a 7:45pm kick-off in the Second Round of the Middlesex FA Senior Cup at Northwood Park Stadium.

The young Bees, who recently returned from a three-game tour in Cyprus last week, turn their attentions to Cup football back home and they will be looking to take some momentum into the match following their recent positive performance against Aris Limassol.

The winners of this fixture will face Hanwell Town in the Quarter-Finals of the competition as the young Bees aim to claim the trophy that they last lifted in 2018/19.

About Broadfields United

Broadfields play in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division and currently sit 15th in the league table after 12 games. They’ve claimed five wins, drawn once and lost six matches so far this season. They were last in action on 13 November when they drew 0-0 with Leighton Town away from home. Prior to that they beat Ardley United which followed back to back defeats against Hadley and Arlesey Town.

Ticket News

You can pay on the gate for the fixture with tickets priced as follows:

Adults: £5
Concessions: £3
Under-16s: Free

Last time out in the Cup

The young Bees were last in Middlesex Cup action towards the end of October as they faced St. Panteleimon FC in the First Round of the competition. Brentford B claimed a 4-2 win on the night with goals from Max Haygarth, Joe Adams, Nathan Young-Coombes and Wraynel Hercules.

Team news

With the international window now well behind us, Neil MacFarlane will have more players to choose from with the likes of Nathan Shepperd, Val Adedokun and Daniel Oyegoke all back from international duty and in training with the young Bees. The group returned from Cyprus in good shape despite all playing significant minutes, therefore all will be pushing for more game time as the side look to progress.


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Match Reports

Match Report and Match Highlights: Brentford B 11 Broadfields United 0

Young Bees put in rampant display in Middlesex FA Senior Cup

25 November 2021

Brentford B progressed to the Quarter-Final of the Middlesex FA Senior Cup with an 11-0 win over Broadfields United on Tuesday evening.

Four goals from Nathan Young-Coombes, two strikes from Dom Jefferies as well as finishes from Val Adedokun, Daniel Oyegoke, Myles Peart-Harris, Ryan Trevitt and Jan Žambůrek gave Neil MacFarlane’s side a resounding win in a fixture they dominated right from the off.

The young Bees had the likes of Peart-Harris and Žambůrek to choose from whilst Oyegoke, Adedokun and Nathan Shepperd returned to the starting XI after missing the tour in Cyprus due to international duty. A freshness about the B Team was evident from the off as it took them just four minutes to go ahead. Roy Syla provided the ball over the top into the path of Jefferies, and after sorting out his feet, the Welshman struck well to make it 1-0 on four minutes.

Just a couple of minutes later Young-Coombes got his first of the evening as a bit of a mix up between the Broadfields keeper and his defence allowed the striker in and he dribbled the ball into an empty net on six minutes.

Jefferies had his second and Brentford’s third on eight minutes as Peart-Harris provided the assist for the midfielder to strike in from close range in what was a breathtaking start for the young Bees. It was then 4-0 on 11 minutes as Adedokun grabbed his first for the Club when Syla crossed low from the right-hand side. The winger appeared unmarked in the box to slot home first time to announce his return to the fold after being away with Republic of Ireland Under-19s.

Brentford B continued to dominate throughout the half as Jefferies was causing more problems for the United back line as he found space to latch onto a Tristan Crama cross but his effort was well blocked. Connor Spinks tested Shepperd for the first time on 28 minutes as he worked some space but it was a fairly routine stop for the Welshman as the young Bees then went in search of more goals.

It was 5-0 on 32 minutes when Young-Coombes grabbed another, and it came through the unselfish Lewis Gordon as the dynamic defender went on one of his tricky runs before breaking into the box, and though he could perhaps have shot, he opted to tee up the forward who found the net once again.

Oyegoke then got his first goal as he popped up on the left-hand side before firing home with a low finish into the bottom corner before the final goal of the half came courtesy of Young-Coombes as a cross from the right was glanced towards the far corner and it outwitted the keeper and ended up in the net as the group took a 7-0 lead into the break.

With a significant lead, Neil MacFarlane opted to use all three of his substitutes at the break with Wraynel Hercules and Trevitt entering the field alongside a Trialist, whilst the likes of Oyegoke, Luka Racic and Adedokun were replaced.

It took just five minutes for the score to become 8-0 when Žambůrek did well down the left before working himself some space and crossing to the far post for Peart-Harris, who was unmarked as he headed in from close range to grab his second in two games after netting against Luton Town in his last appearance during the international break.

More chances continued to fall for Brentford as Jefferies was afforded the chance to secure his hat-trick from the penalty spot after Young-Coombes was brought down in the area. The Welshman stepped up and saw his powerful effort well saved and he was unable to convert the rebound as the score remained at 8-0.

With 20 minutes to go, substitute Trevitt managed to find the net as he was given too much space in the box before he shifted the ball onto his left foot before curling into the far corner. A fourth goal came for Young-Coombes six minutes from time before Žambůrek grabbed the eleventh, and final, goal of the match when he finished in the last minute to help the side to a win with an incredible score line.

Brentford B: Shepperd, Crama, Racic (Trevitt, 45) Gordon, Oyegoke (Trialist, 45) Syla, Adedokun (Hercules, 45) Jefferies, Peart-Harris (77), Zamburek, Young-Coombes
Subs: Winterbottom, Jones

Broadfields United: Gallifent, Aliu, Brown, Williams, O'Keefe, Dubovecky, Ward, Agyeman, Spinks, Clark-Rowe, Richards
Subs: Maher, Walcott, Blennershassett, Rogers, Davey

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