Brentford head coach Dean Smith may stick with winning formula
Brentford head coach Dean Smith must decide whether to change a winning side.
The Bees beat Nottingham Forest 3-2 away in midweek, with Denmark forward Lasse Vibe netting twice.
Captain Harlee Dean returned to the side following a two-match ban and took the place of Andreas Bjelland in defence.
German forward Philipp Hofmann (back), midfielder Josh McEachran (ankle) and Alan Judge (broken leg) all continue their rehabilitation.
Huddersfield goalkeeper Danny Ward is hoping to shake off a thigh injury in time to return to contention.
Joel Coleman made a rare league start in goal for Town in the midweek home win against Aston Villa and will continue if Ward fails to make it.
Winger Sean Scannell continues to make progress towards his first appearance since November following ankle surgery, but on-loan Chelsea midfielder Kasey Palmer (hamstring) is out until April.
Midfielder Philip Billing and striker Nahki Wells are pushing for recalls after dropping to the bench against Villa.