Brentford and Millwall supporters have been warned of major transport issues getting to Griffin Park on Saturday.

Roadworks on the A4, a Southern Western Railways strike, and England tacking on South Africa at Twickenham will affect transportation getting to the game.

Brentford FC have warned fans intending on going to the London derby to plan ahead of travel.

They said: “Supporters heading East down the M4 are advised to come off at Junction 3 and use the A312 and A4, bearing in mind there may be more traffic than usual on this route.

“Those supporters using the North Circular or A4 from the North/Central London should exit at the Chiswick Roundabout and use the South Circular and A315 to approach Griffin Park via the Ealing Round.”

A strike by SWR will affect a large number of away fans as the strike means there will be no trains running on the Brentford branch of the service from Waterloo between Barnes and Feltham.

Supporters are advised to change at Richmond for District Line and Overground services to Gunnersbury, bearing in mind the journey on South Western Railways will be busier than usual due to the England international at Twickenham, or, where possible, use London Underground services to South Ealing, Northfields or Boston Manor.