|13 Dec 1902||Brentford v Woolwich Arsenal||D||1-1||FA Cup|
|17 Dec 1902||Woolwich Arsenal v Brentford||W||5-0||FA Cup|
|02 Nov 1935||Brentford v Arsenal||L||2-1||League Division One|
|04 Apr 1936||Arsenal v Brentford||D||1-1||League Division One|
|03 Sep 1936||Brentford v Arsenal||L||2-0||League Division One|
|09 Sep 1936||Arsenal v Brentford||D||1-1||League Division One|
|15 Apr 1938||Arsenal v Brentford||L||0-2||League Division One|
|18 Apr 1938||Brentford v Arsenal||L||3-0||League Division One|
|08 Sep 1938||Brentford v Arsenal||L||1-0||League Division One|
|06 May 1939||Arsenal v Brentford||W||2-0||League Division One|
|12 Oct 1946||Arsenal v Brentford||D||2-2||League Division One|
|26 May 1947||Brentford v Arsenal||W||0-1||League Division One|
|26 Sep 2018||Arsenal v Brentford||W||3-1||League Cup|
|13 Aug 2021||Brentford v Arsenal||Premier League|
Mikel Arteta believes Arsenal's match against Brentford should have been postponed given the Gunners' four positive Covid-19 cases.
Arsenal aren't interested in offloading Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang or Alexandre Lacazette, who are simply ill, according to a report.
This week, Matthew is joined by Paul and Brentford fan and host of the Sustainababble podcast (@thebabblewagon) Dave Powell (@powellds) to run the rule over any remaining Arsenal pre-season optimism evaporating on day one.
Arsenal's opening day Premier League clash against Brentford was almost called off with a Covid scare due to the triple illness blow ahead of the game.
Arsenal started their 2021/22 Premier League campaign with a whimper, with a 2-0 at Brentford, and it left Stephen Bradley with plenty to analyse.