Brentford hold a 2-1 lead over Oxford United after an impressive first half at the Kassam Stadium.
Florian Jozefzoon gave the Bees a seventh minute lead when he headed home an inch perfect Jota cross.
Lasse Vibe made it 2-0 on the 30-minute mark, tapping home from a fine cross from Henrik Dalsgaard.
However, United pulled one back as Luke Daniels felled Kane Hemmings in the box with Marvin Johnson scoring from the spot.
Below we summarise the good things, the not so good things and the unpleasant moment of the first half.
Brentford's slick football was on display and Oxford were unable to get anywhere near them at times in the first half.
Henrik Dalsgaard looked exciting going forward and his cross set up Lasse Vibe's goal.
Jota, making his first start of pre-season was at the high standards Brentford have come to expect from him
Brentford were exposed at times down the right flank, with Henrik Dalsgaard pushing forward.
Oxford created three chances over the first 45 minutes; all of them came from counter attacking down the right.
In time, attack and defence will be more synchronised and it is an area Dean Smith looking to improve.
Nobody wants to see a player suffer an injury, especially in pre-season and Simon Eastwood was forced off after just seven minutes.
Scott Shearer appeared to go back to the dressing room to get changed to come on and had a difficult first half.
His first touch was to pick the ball out of the net and he made a number of kicking errors.