Yoane Wissa scored twice in Brentford's 6-0 win over Barnet on Monday afternoon. The game was played behind closed doors at the Club's Jersey Road Training Ground.
Saman Ghoddos, Dom Thompson, Mathias Jensen and Myles Peart-Harris also scored as the home side dominanted in West London.
Wissa, continuing his recovery from injury, played 70 minutes after featuring off the bench against Leeds in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon. Monday's XI was taken by First Team Assistant Coaches Brian Riemer and Kevin O'Connor.
Brentford took the lead after 19 minutes, Thompson crossing for Wissa to nod home in the middle of the box.
Barely a minute later, the score was doubled by the same scorer. Frank Onyeka provided the assist, with a cutting pass into the box for Wissa to round the keeper a tap home.
Onyeka turned provider again for the third goal, slotting a similar ball through the Barnet back four for Ghoddos to smash in from close range.
Before half-time, Fin Stevens found Thompson with a deep cross into the box and the fullback volleyed home into the bottom corner.
After the interval, Marcus Forss played a neat pass for Jensen to drive into the bottom corner from the edge of the box.
The scoring was finished up by substitute Peart-Harris, sweeping home a low cross by Thompson into the corner of the net.
Bees: Cox (Winterbottom 60); Bidstrup, Hockenhull, Racic; Stevens, Ghoddos, Jensen, Onyeka (Peart-Harris 60), Thompson; Wissa (Young-Coombes 70), Forss