Brentford manager Uwe Rosler is ready to "freshen up" his team for the League Two clash at Tranmere next weekend.
The Bees got back to winning ways after two games without a victory when Adam Forshaw's goal sank Oldham 1-0 on Saturday, and Rosler is now preparing to take on the division's surprise leaders.
Rosler said: "We got three points and that releases the pressure a bit when we go to Tranmere.
"I think against Tranmere we may have one or two ideas how to address the game. Maybe it is also time to freshen things up. It will be a test but I like tests like that.
"It is better to play Tranmere away from home, the league leaders, than Oldham at home, when everyone expects you to win with a number of goals."