Thomas Frank’s Brentford put their impressive recent record on the line tomorrow night at Ewood Park and the Bees boss admits his side have found the perfect mixture on the road.

Last weekend’s 1-0 win over Reading means the Bees have won five of their last six and head into the mid-week fixtures only two points adrift of the play-offs in eighth.

On the road, they have scored at least three goals in each of their last three away games.

They will have to work hard however against a Rovers side that have managed at least two goals in each of their last three home games and have produced an about turn in form of late to pull clear of the drop zone.

But Frank is confident his side are ready for the test awaiting them in the north west on Wednesday night.

He said: “We know we are attacking team, especially at home, it is difficult for teams to handle us.

“We would like to have the mindset that no matter where we play, at Griffin park or away we want to attack, to dominate and go forward.

“At home teams normally want to attack, and that gives us slight more space at times to run into and attack. We have found that perfect mixture away from home.”

But Frank is under no illusions about the challenge presented by Tony Mowbray and Rovers. 

He added: “Tony has done very well the last couple of years building Blackburn to be great again and this season they have started to dominate games slightly more.

“I expect us to go up there and we want to dominate, but I think it will be a 50/50 game on the ball. We have to show that mentality to go and defend well.

“I will look at (the league table) at the end of May. Now it is about training tomorrow and the next game is always a massive game.”

Against the Royals, Bees keeper David Raya kept his third clean sheet in five matches.

And he now takes that impressive record to his former employers Rovers and is prepared for a special occasion.

He added: “A fifth win in six is pretty amazing to be fair, we are very happy with all these wins.

“We have to kick on from here and take it game by game and that is what is happening.

“I am there to help the team as much as possible.

“We feel solid, we work as a etam, from the No.9 to em, as a unit and don’t give up that many chances.

“I am looking forward to it, really looking forward to it. It is another game but it is a special one.

“Every game is a good one to have three points, having won five in six it is another step forward. We will go game by game, Blackburn away is a tough tough game, especially on Wednesday night but we will give our all.”