Brentford B contest their second consecutive cup fixture as they make the trip to face Harrow Borough on Tuesday night in the London Senior Cup second round.
Neil MacFarlane's side will be aiming to extend their winning start to 2022 and make it an eighth consecutive match without defeat. Should they do so, the Young Bees will be rewarded with the prize of a place in the last eight against National League South opponents Dartford.
Harrow, on the other hand, will have another thought in mind and will be keen to reach their first quarter-final in this competition since 2017/18, but they will need to overturn a poor run of form to achieve this feat.
The Boro, who place 12th in the Southern League Premier Division South, have won just two of last ten league matches, failing to win in their previous six in the seventh tier, including a 7-1 thrashing away to Taunton Town before Christmas.
This fixture has the promise of being one that's full of goals. The home side have conceded an average of 1.8 per league game this season while Brentford have scored 20 across their last five matches, but have conceded six in their last four, failing to keep a clean sheet in the process.
Harrow could be without midfielder Michael Bryan after he missed their weekend defeat to Gosport Borough due to COVID-19.
Daniel Oyegoke could to return to the Brentford B squad after missing last week's fixture due to his involvement in a behind closed doors friendly the day prior.
Gustav Mogensen remains an absentee for the Young Bees.
Harrow Borough: Strizovic; Adenola, Preddie, Mansfield, Ikebuasi; Moore, Donnellan, Cole, O'Connor; Ewington, Wynter.
Brentford B: Winterbottom; Russell, Crama, Jones; Oyegoke, Jefferies, Maghoma, Gordon; Haygarth, Young-Coombes, Trevitt.
The last time these teams met was at this same stage of the London Senior Cup in December 2019. Brentford B came out 7-1 victors in Harrow as Gustav Mogensen, Joe Adams, Arthur Read, and Jaden Brissett got their names on their scoresheet.
Ones to watch
There is no useable information or statistics available for Harrow Borough.
The former Manchester United academy prospect has started 2022 on the front foot and will be aiming to maintain his form on Tuesday.
Deployed in a somewhat unfamiliar role of right wing-back against Hanwell Town last week, Haygarth was arguably Brentford B's Man of the Match as his close control, dribbling, speed, and creativity made it a difficult night for the hosts' defence.
The recently turned 20-year-old has shown his quality throughout his year-and-a-half in West London, making a handful of official and unofficial appearances for the first team, and will be one to keep an eye on in this fixture.
How to watch
This fixture will take place on Tuesday 25 January at 19:45 (GMT) and will not be broadcasted in the United Kingdom unless Brentford FC livestream the game on YouTube.