Emiliano Marcondes says Fulham fear Brentford and he wants to cast a spell over Scott Parker’s side on a magic Wembley night. 

Thomas Frank’s side meet Fulham in the Championship play-off final with a near £170million prize pot up for grabs, as Brentford target clinching a historic place in the top flight for the first time in 73 years. 

Marcondes sparkled the last time the two teams met and reckons the Bees' rivals are running scared ahead of the richest game in football. 

“I think Fulham fear us because we have won twice against them and they haven't scored so I think it's going to be a magic night,” Marcondes, one of seven Danish players in the Brentford squad, said. 

“I don't feel pressure but I think we are the favourites - they are a bigger club but we have played very well against them.  

“I'm very confident because I know we are the better team. 

“I think most of Denmark will watch it! I heard it's the first Danish team going to the Premier League. 

“I’ve watched the Premier League since I was a little boy. I think it’s the best league in the world and it would put us on a seat with some of the best teams in the world.” 

Marcondes, 25, came off the bench when the two sides met at Craven Cottage in June to score late on and help clinch a 2-0 win. 

And he scored once again as Brentford engineered a brilliant turnaround in their play-off semi-final second leg against Swansea, netting the hosts’ second between goals from top scorer Ollie Watkins and the red-hot Bryan Mbeumo. 

Fulham beat Cardiff in their semi-final duel and finished level on points with the Bees - with an inferior goal difference - and are now the side standing between Brentford and a first shot at the big time since 1947. 

Parker’s men have enjoyed recent spells in the Premier League and got relegated last season, having won the play-off final against Aston Villa back in 2018. 

Frank piled the pressure on the ‘bigger club’ and wants his side to channel their ‘big dreams’ and ambitions on a historic night in the capital. 

"They are a bigger club than us. This is not a mind-game, this is a fact,” the Dane said. 

"They got relegated from the Premier League last year and have the parachute money. They have experience from the final two years ago and they have more experience in their squad to play a game like this than us. 

"Yes, we beat them twice [this season] and that can maybe give us a bit of confidence. But the final is another story." 

"We have big ambitions and big dreams. We believe in ourselves but need to go to Wembley confident but humble."