Brentord manager Uwe Rosler is expecting a tough challenge when they take on high-flying Crawley on Saturday.
The Red Devils, captained by former Bees striker Gary Alexander, will head to Griffin Park in third place while Rosler's side are 10th following Tuesday's goalless draw with Shewsbury.
"We were fortunate at times against Shrewsbury but we move on with one point," said Rosler.
"Now we can build ourselves up for Saturday against Crawley.
"Crawley are a good side, they have a good physicality. It will be a challenge for us."