Brentford vs Leeds preview: Championship clash live on Sky Sports Football
Watch Brentford vs Leeds live on Sky Sports Football on Easter Monday from 5pm; Kick-off is at 5.15pm
Last Updated: 22/04/19 4:38pm
Brentford will be without defender Henrik Dalsgaard through suspension for the visit of promotion-chasing Leeds on Easter Monday.
Dalsgaard was shown a red card for a professional foul during the first half of the 1-1 draw at Millwall on Good Friday.
Frenchman Julian Jeanvier should be involved, though, having been left out of the squad at The Den because of illness, along with defender Rico Henry, who continues to manage his return from a broken foot.
Forward Said Benrahma (ankle) and goalkeeper Daniel Bentley (shoulder) are both set to miss the rest of the campaign, while defender Yoann Barbet (ankle) and midfielder Lewis Macleod (hamstring) also continue their rehabilitation.
Leeds captain Liam Cooper looks set to miss out again with a muscle injury. Centre-back Cooper suffered the problem during the warm-up ahead of the win over Sheffield Wednesday and sat out Good Friday's surprise home defeat to relegation-battlers Wigan.
Gaetano Berardi, fit again following a hamstring injury, is expected to again deputise. Left-back Barry Douglas is a long-term absentee as he recovers from a knee problem.
Brentford are unbeaten in their last nine home matches against Leeds in all competitions (W6 D3 L0) since a 1-2 defeat in August 1950.
Leeds have scored just seven goals in their last 11 league matches against Brentford (W2 D5 L4).
Six of Brentford's last eight league games on Easter Monday have finished level (W1 D6 L1), though the Bees did win their fixture on this day last season (1-0 at Bristol City).
Leeds have lost nine of their last 10 league matches on Easter Monday (W1 D0 L9), losing each of the last six in a row.
Brentford have won nine of their last 12 home games in all competitions (W9 D2 L1).
Leeds have won 11 away league matches this season, only winning more in three previous campaigns - 12 wins in 1963-64, 1973-74 and 2007-08.
This should be a cracker to finish off a packed Easter weekend of EFL action. Leeds will be desperate to better, or at least match, Sheffield United's result after their shock defeat to Wigan at Elland Road on Good Friday and despite Brentford's formidable home record this season, they have little to play for.
The Whites haven't won at Griffin Park since August 1950, but I'm backing them to recover from Friday's defeat and take all three points on this occasion.
David Prutton predicts: 1-2 (8/1 with Sky Bet)