Brentford assistant manager David Weir insists the club will not be rushing any of their injured players back into action.
The Bees were without defender Harlee Dean, midfielder Adam Forshaw and winger Sam Saunders as they dropped points for the first time since November in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Walsall.
Jonathan Douglas was back in the side after a spell out but Weir says the others will not be risked until they are ready to return.
"We have been without Adam Forshaw, Harlee Dean and Jonathan Douglas recently," he said.
"That tests the squad. We need to make sure they come back when they are ready.
"All those that have come in - Shaleum Logan, Stuart Dallas, Jake Reeves, Kevin O'Connor - have done well. Everyone will contribute.
"Sam Saunders has a spark but he didn't train this week.
"We need to make sure everyone is ready for the big games we will have at the end of the season."