Brentford boss Thomas Frank is urging his players to continue their strong home form and learn from their midweek mistake against Sheffield United.

This weekend, the Bees roll out the red carpet for West Brom, who sit fourth in the Championship following the sacking of Darren Moore.

Brentford’s task will be attempting to bounce back from a dismal 2-0 loss on the road against the Blades but the Bees head coach feels that the pressure will be on the Baggies when they arrive at Griffin Park.

“[Against Rotherham], we went too individualistic instead of collective. We didn’t play the chances big enough,” said Frank.

“We watched [West Brom’s] game back against Swansea on Wednesday night. I watched that one.

“They played the same shape, similar football; the principles and the football Darren Moore and his coaching staff has ingrained in them is still the same. You could see that.

“I think they were a little bit lucky to win on Wednesday night but obviously, they’re a big club, big team and talking about pressure, they have all the pressure on them.

“They need to go on and beat small Brentford.”

After hosting West Brom, the Bees go to Wigan and Swansea in the Championship and while the latter two of those clashes take place on the road, Frank is keen for his troops to maintain their blossoming home form.

“If we get six points, it will be a good total amount of points for three very difficult games,” said the Brentford boss.

“Everyone knows that we’re playing at Griffin Park, [which] we have started to build into our fortress.

“We’re very difficult to play against at Griffin Park and we want to bounce back, and show that we want to go back on the winning track and beat them.

“We looking forward to play there, show ourselves to our fantastic fans – the way they are backing us, the fantastic atmosphere they create and how they push us forward – so we want to do everything we can to extend that current form we have at Griffin Park.

“A big part of us building towards being a better and better team is the home form, so we need to continue that.”