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13 July 2019 Venue Stadion Jenbach Attendance

Kick off 11:00 (UK)

Brentford
0 - 0
2nd Half
Dynamo Kiev

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3-4-3
  • 1
    David Raya
    GK
  • 2
    Henrik Dalsgaard
    MF
  • 3
    Rico Henry
    MF
  • 4
    Luka Racic
    DF
  • 5
    Pontus Jansson
    DF
  • 6
    Ethan Pinnock
    DF
  • 7
    Sergi Canos
    FW
  • 10
    Romaine Sawyers (C)
    MF
  • 8
    Josh Dasilva
    GK
  • 10
    Ollie Watkins
    GK
  • 11
    Emiliano Marcondes
    GK

Substitutes

  • 12
    Tom Field
    SUB
  • 14
    Josh Clarke
    SUB
  • 15
    Canice Carroll
    SUB
  • 16
    Christian Norgaard
    SUB
  • 17
    Jaakko Oksanen
    SUB
  • 18
    Fredrik Hammar
    SUB
  • 19
    Marcus Forss
    SUB
  • 20
    Ali Coote
    SUB
  • 21
    Justin Shaibu
    SUB
  • 22
    Cole Dasilva
    SUB
  • 13
    Patrik Gunnarsson
    SUB

Manager

  • -
    Thomas Frank

4-1-4-1
  • 1
    Heorhiy Bushchan
    GK
  • 6
    Abdul Kadiri
    MF
  • 8
    Volodymyr Shepelev
    MF
  • 14
    Carlos De Pena
    MF
  • 20
    Oleksandr Karavaiev
    MF
  • 26
    Mykyta Burda
    DF
  • 29
    Vitaliy Buialskyi
    MF
  • 30
    Artem Shabanov
    DF
  • 41
    Artem Besedin
    FW
  • 49
    Denys Popov (C)
    DF
  • 94
    Kedziora Tomasz
    DF

Substitutes

  • 71
    Denis Boiko
    SUB
  • 5
    Serhiy Sydorchuk
    SUB
  • 19
    Denys Harmash
    SUB
  • 23
    Josip Pivaric
    SUB
  • 40
    Heorhii Tsitaishvili
    SUB
  • 46
    Akhmed Alibekov
    SUB

Manager

  • -
    Alexander Khatsevich

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Match Previews

Match Preview: Brentford vs Dynamo Kiev

All the details ahead of tomorrow's game in Austria

12 July 2019

Brentford vs Dynamo Kiev

Stadion Jenbach

Kick-off 12pm local time

The Opposition

Dynamo Kiev are the most successful team in Ukrainian history, having lifted the Ukrainian Premier League trophy on more occasions than all other teams combined since the league was formed in 1992. Those 15 league titles sit next to 11 Ukrainian Cup victories over that same period. During the Soviet Era they won a record 13 Soviet Top League titles and were twice UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup Champions.

Last season they finished second in the league behind Shakhtar Donetsk, qualifying for this 2019/20 Champions League third qualifying round, and reached the Last 16 of the Europa League before defeat to eventual winners Chelsea.

The Stadium

Stadion Jenbach

Innstraße 3

6200 Jenbach

Jenbach is a small town 18 miles east of Innsbruck along the E45, the main autobahn linking Innsbruck with Germany. It is also well served by the rail network. The rail website (in English) is http://www.oebb.at/en/

The Stadium is centrally located and holds 2000 supporters. There’s the U30 bar at Schalserstraße 27 6200 Jenbach. Also a Chinese restaurant, Wu Han China Restaurant at Kirchgasse 9, Jenbach 6200 and Pizzeria Sandro at Schiessstandstrasse 6, Jenbach 6200.

The Stadium will be open for supporters from around 11am

Ticket Info

Entry to the match will be free for all supporters

Match Coverage

There will be full coverage of tomorrow's game on our Social Media channels and www.brentfordfc.com with full post-match reaction to follow at full-time. 

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Match Reports

Dynamo Kyiv 0 Brentford 0

Bees draw with Ukrainian side

13 July 2019

Brentford’s pre-season training camp in Austria ended with a friendly draw with Dynamo Kyiv. The Bees have spent the past seven days in the Austrian Alps and a wet week ended with a 0-0 draw against the 15-time Ukrainian champions. The Bees could have won it as Emiliano Marcondes had a penalty saved but a no-score draw was hard to argue with.

Brentford had much the better of the opening exchanges and should have been ahead inside the first ten minutes. A pass from Sergi Canós almost created a chance for Ollie Watkins but the ball skimmed off the sodden turf and ran away into the arms of goalkeeper Heorhiy Bushchan. And it was Bushchan who kept the scores level soon after, saving the Marcondes penalty.

The lively Watkins won the spot kick with a burst into the penalty area. He weaved his way across and drew a foul from Artem Shabanov that, unarguably, resulted in the penalty. Marcondes struck his effort to the left of Bushchan but the tall goalkeeper guessed correctly and pushed the shot away.

When Rico Henry got away from Tomasz Kędziora soon after, it took a good header from Shabanov to prevent Henrik Dalsgaard arriving to score. Henry was then unable to find Marcondes with a cross after getting away on the left and a superb pass from Josh Dasilva released Watkins in the inside right channel, but he delayed a shot, also considering a pass, and blazed in to the side netting.

Those two moves highlighted Brentford’s first half performance. They dominated the midfield, patient at times but with Henry and Watkins linking excitingly on the left and Josh Dasilva driving forward from midfield. The Bees built from the back but attacked with pace and just lacked the final pass and finish.

Dynamo did not offer much before the break. Their best chance fell to midfield player Mohammed Kadiri when he met a free kick but headed over. David Raya saved a low effort from Oleksandr Karavayev after a good turn on the edge of the box and striker Artem Besyedin was unable to reach a drilled cross. But with Pontus Jansson making his presence felt on his first Brentford start, The Bees spent more time attacking than defending and dealt with everything that came their way.

Brentford made five changes at the break and another five just past the hour mark, the latter prompting a change in system to 4-3-3. Ethan Pinnock had a header saved following a short corner but Dynamo, who made fewer substitutions in the first hour, had the best opening in the early stages of the second period. Christian Nørgaard lost a midfield challenge and Volodymyr Shepelyev played a pass that put Karavayev away, but he failed to make the most of the opportunity and a rather weak shot was saved by Patrik Gunnarsson.

Carlos de Pena headed a cross wide as the minutes ticked down and the game was more even after the break. Brentford continued to try and play through and build attacks but had different options in forward areas, especially after the hour mark, and found a well-drilled Dynamo defence tough to break through. There was less width after the defence was shifted to a four-man outfit and central areas were congested.

There was another good chance for de Pena when he found space in the inside left channel, but a fierce shot was well saved by Gunnarsson. Brentford pressed forward in the later stages and good work by Tom Field, Ali Coote and Nørgaard created space for Josh Clarke to deliver and it took a good defensive clearance from Mykyta Burda to stop Justin Shaibu converting. That was as close as either team came in the closing minutes and the game ended all square.

Brentford (First Half): Raya; Racic, Jansson, Pinnock; Dalsgaard, Sawyers, J. Dasilva, Henry; Canós, Marcondes, Watkins

Brentford (Second Half): Gunnarsson; Racic (sub Oksanen 62 mins), Carroll, Pinnock; Clarke, Nørgaard, J. Dasilva (sub Hammar 62 mins), Henry (sub Field 62 mins); Canós (sub Shaibu 62 mins), Forss, Watkins (sub Coote 62 mins)

Dynamo Kyiv: Bushchan (sub Boyko h/t); Kędziora, Burda, Popov, Shabanov (sub Pivarić 69 mins); Kadiri (sub Sydorchuk h/t); Karavayev (sub Tsitaishvili 62 mins), Shepelyev (sub Harmash 74 mins), Buyalskyi, de Pena; Besyedin

Bookings: Sydorchuk (86 mins)

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