Brentford boss Andy Scott want so see how far his side have come, using the Bulls as the measuring stick.
Speaking to the local press, Scott said: "I would like to win. They gave as a walloping at their place and I think it will provide a good indication of how far we have come and how much further we have to go.
"When you start next year, you always remember the end of the previous season and it will be better to start on the back of two wins."
Brentford will be without striker Nathan Elder, after he underwent knee surgery, and Ross Montague with a back problem. Craig Pead, a former teammate of Kris Taylor at Walsall, is expected to return after a knee problem forced him to miss last weekend's game. Loan striker Rueben Reid, released by Plymouth yesterday, is looking to feature in the last game of his loan spell at the club.