Manager Alex Neil will have midfielder Ben Pearson available, after the No.4 missed last weekend’s thriller against Sheffield Wednesday due to a family bereavement, however, he may choose not to risk him for the trip due to him sitting on 14 cautions.
Alan Browne returned and scored in the entertaining six-goal clash with the Owls, after an ankle injury had ruled him out for the previous couple of matches.
Season-ending injuries have already ruled out skipper Tom Clarke, Josh Harrop, Andrew Hughes, Brandon Barker, Tom Barkhuizen and Brad Potts, whilst Ryan Ledson will miss the second of four games for the sending-off he received at Wigan Athletic on Easter Monday.
Connor Ripley was given his debut against Steve Bruce’s side last Saturday and the manager will need to decide whether he wants to see more of his January transfer window recruit at Griffin Park.
Another January signing, Josh Ginnelly, will also push for his first start, having come off the bench in the last four games.
The Bees have not played since Easter Monday, due to the controversial postponement of their game at Bolton Wanderers last weekend.
Thomas Frank is without forward Said Benrahma (ankle) and goalkeeper Daniel Bentley (shoulder) who are both set to miss the rest of the campaign.
Defender Yoann Barbet (ankle) and midfielder Lewis Macleod (hamstring) continue their rehabilitation, but look unlikely to be involved against the Lilywhites.