Brentford B will once again be in action on Monday afternoon as they welcome Bromley in a friendly to Jersey Road in a 1pm kick-off.
The match represents the third game in five days for the B Team with Neil MacFarlane’s side playing on Wednesday against Reading in a 3-1 win, before they travelled to Hanwell Town in the Middlesex FA Senior Cup yesterday.
They will welcome Bromley, who compete in the Vanarama National League, to Jersey Road for the match as the young Bees look to continue their progression against a number of different sides with varying playing styles.
Bromley, who are battling for promotion from the Vanarama National League, have endured a positive start to their campaign. The match is open to supporters at Jersey Road from 12pm.
Established in 1892, Bromley currently play their home matches at Hayes Lane. Last season they finished 12th in the Vanarama National League as they picked up 60 points from 46 matches. They are managed by Neil Smith who played for the likes of Gillingham, Fulham, Reading and Stevenage before he moved into management. His first managerial role came at Woking on an interim basis before he took a job at Welling United before moving on to Bromley as an assistant in 2011 where he worked his way up to taking the managerial role in 2016.