Brentford head coach Dean Smith has called on his side to remain focused despite Blackburn fan protests on Saturday.
Rovers fans are set to protest against Venky's ownership on Saturday with red cards raised in the 18th and 75th minute.
Smith expects Blackburn counterpart Owen Coyle to adopt a siege mentality with his squad but the Brentford head coach is purely focused on what the Bees do.
He said: “I don't know. I'm sure that's what Owen will try to do with his players but you don't know how it affects them.
“We have to focus on ourselves. We have to make sure we're mentally focused. We're physically prepared. If the mental side of it is good and the tactical side of it is good then we'll be a force.”
The majority of football fans would lump Blackburn in with the likes of Charlton, Blackpool, Coventry, Leyton Orient as clubs with damaging owners.
Despite how some of those teams are seen, they still don't have a shortage of applicants for managerial roles.
And Smith hinted that because he's always been in a position where a club has come in for him that he's not been in that situation.
He added: “I've never been at one. I've been fortunate in my career. I was assistant at Orient and it was a well run club. The supporters were behind you at Walsall and Brentford – well run clubs.
Speaking about former club Orient: “To see them in the bottom two was very disappointing for anyone associated with them. I don't know what's gone on there.
“Barry (Hearn) left. They missed out in the play-offs and it's been a decline since then but I'm sure they are working hard behind the scenes to put it right.”