Brentford v Yeovil Town, npower League One Play-Off Final, Wembley, May 19 2013
Please note, this match will kick off at 1.30pm
Referee: Andy D’Urso
Assistants: Derek Eaton and Alan Young
Fourth Official: Graham Scott
Reserve Assistant Referee: John Hopkins
Mr D’Urso refereed his first Football League game in the 1994/95 season and has been in charge of 20 Brentford matches in all.
The last two have been this season and The Bees won both of them – a 2-0 win over Sheffield United in November and a 2-1 victory over Notts County on Good Friday.
He has taken charge of one Brentford v Yeovil fixture in the past, when The Bees won 3-2 at Griffin Park in December 2005.
His first Brentford match was a 2-0 win in a Coca-Cola Cup First Round First Leg tie against Colchester United in 1994.
He took charge of The Bees’ feisty 2-0 win over Luton Town in 2004 and was also in charge of Leroy Rosenior’s last game as Brentford manager – the 4-0 defeat to Crewe Alexandra in November 2006.
Brentford will be in their red and white kit
Clayton Donaldson needs one more goal to reach 25 for the season and become the first Brentford player to reach the landmark in the third tier since 1997.
Jake Bidwell is in line to play his 50th game of the season while Toumani Diagouraga and Harry Forrester will, if selected, each play their 49th game of the season and Shaleum Logan is set for his 49th start of the campaign.
If Kevin O’Connor is selected he will play his seventh Play-Off match for Brentford, which would equal the current Club Record held by Jamie Bates.
THE LAST MEETING
February 2 2013, npower League One – Yeovil Town 3 Brentford 0
Brentford line-up: Moore; Logan, Dean, Craig, Bidwell; Kiernan (sub Saunders); Forshaw (sub Trotta), Douglas, Adeyemi, Forrester (sub Hayes); Donaldson
Subs (not used): Lee, Hodson, Barron, Diagouraga
Yeovil Town weathered an early Brentford storm to pick up three points and complete an npower League One double over The Bees.
Click here for a full report.
THE LEAGUE POSITIONS
A full League One table is available here.
THE RECENT FORM
Last six competitive fixtures – most recent first
(90 minute scores)
The Bees Player Show will be on the air from 12.30pm.
Click here for more information.
The match will also be live on Sky Sports 2 with coverage beginning at 1pm.
It is also live on BBC London 94.9FM and BBC Radio 5Live.
Tickets will be available on the day from Wembley – more information is available here.
Odds are available from the Club’s betting partner Bet Butler – click here to place a bet.
Click here for an Away Day Guide, please note, Supporters’ Association coaches are now full.
Brentford supporters have been allocated certain pubs on the day – more information is available here.