Two West London rivals, located just four miles apart, will go head-to-head in the top division for the very first time.
Back in August 2020, these two met at an eerily silent Wembley, with Fulham prevailing 2-1 after extra time in the Championship play-off final.
Will Brentford exact some revenge as the two clash at Craven Cottage?
Last weekend, the Bees enjoyed, possibly, the most memorable victory of their entire history, demolishing Manchester United 4-0 at home.
Josh Davila, Mathias Jensen, Ben Mee and Bryan Mbeumo all on target in an astonishing 25 minute first half period.
A week earlier, Thomas Frank’s side had battled from 2-0 down to draw with Leicester; Ivan Toney and Dasilva the scorers.
So, Dasilva, who was out for 18 months with a hip injury, could become the first player since 2015 to score in three successive Premier League games, all from outside the penalty area.
Will Brentford’s unbeaten start to the campaign continue?
Fulham meanwhile have drawn both matches so far, 2-2 with Liverpool and then 0-0 with Wolves at Molineux.
Aleksandar Mitrović bagged a brace on the opening day, but then saw a penalty saved in the Black County a week ago.
With their next four games against Arsenal, Brighton, Spurs and Chelsea, Marco Silva’s team will be targeting three points from this one.