We return to home soil on Tuesday night, Birmingham City the visitors to the Brentford Community Stadium for our latest Sky Bet Championship outing. Lee Bowyer's men make the trip down the M40 off the back of a Good Friday win over Swansea City while we're unbeaten in four, drawing three of them. The match officials for the fixture have been confirmed.
Referee: Dean Whitestone
Assistant Referee: Mark Pottage and Steven Meredith
Fourth Official: Charles Breakspear
Dean Whitestone is one of the longest serving referees in the professional game, having taken charge of his first EFL match back in 2005.
His first Brentford game was a 1-1 draw at home to Bristol City in October 2006 and since then he has gone on to referee a further 18 Bees outings, including our EFL Cup Fourth Round tie at Birmingham City in 2010.
After a two-year absence, the Northamptonshire official's three outings last season all came on the road. He was in charge of our defeats at Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday, before overseeing June's 3-0 win at Reading.
This campaign he was in charge of our 4-2 defeat to Preston North End in October and then our Boxing Day trip to Cardiff City which saw Sergi Canos net a hat-trick in the 3-2 win.
So far this season, Whitestone has shown 55 yellow cards and three reds in 28 matches.
Birmingham City 2020/21
583 fouls – Most in Sky Bet Championship
65 yellow cards – 4th in Sky Bet Championship
4 red cards – 3rd in Sky Bet Championship
Tomorrow's game is only available on iFollow Brentford.
Frozen Season Ticket and Premium Seat Holders have VIP access to this game, meaning you can watch by simply logging in to your iFollow account.
With all profit going to us, match passes are also available for only £10 each (£7 International fans).