Dean Smith knows he has difficult decisions to make regarding Brentford's starting XI over Wigan and believes it's better for the club to not have a best XI.
Early player of the season contender Ryan Woods is available after missing the 4-1 win over Reading following his fifth yellow card of the campaign.
Alan McCormack was superb in the midfielder's absence and Smith must now decide whether to restore Woods or stick with the Irishman.
He has further selection posers as well such as whether to stick with Josh Clarke and Lasse Vibe or bring back Lewis Macleod and Sullay Kaikai.
And Smith knows he has a tough decision to make, which proves why the need to have a 'best XI' is a myth.
“I've got a selection dilemma. I can tweak the formation and cater for all or make a decision that is best for the team and that's what I will do,” he said.
“I think it's important you don't have a best XI because the way the Championship is, if you want to be successful; they have huge squads and we have to do the same.
“I think there was a stat after seven or eight games and we'd made the least changes of all the teams and we've had to make a few more because of injuries, suspensions or my decision. You have to make choices for the right reasons and stick with it.”