Andreas Bjelland believes that Fulham's style of play will suit Brentford, moreso than the long ball sides like QPR with the Bees struggling to cope with balls lumped into the box, as exhibited on Monday night.
Slavisa Jokanovic's side, for all their qualities, don't have a target man on their books, nor would the Serb sanction just lumping the ball into the box.
Instead, the Whites look to play between the lines and have quality players all over the pitch, who are able to hurt the Bees.
He said: “Fulham play football differently and play from the back and all the way through. It'll be different from QPR.
“It suits us nicely as well. We want to play as well and also when to play a bit longer. It'll be a tough opponent. We play at home and it's a game we have to win.
“All of them are a type of player that wants to play all over the pitch. They have good players on the ball. They can be vulnerable off the ball as they can be open.”
Bjelland has adapted his methods this week in order to counter with the obvious threat Fulham have but the Dane will be looking to impose Brentford's football on them, not the other way around.
He added: “QPR was just about crossing. It was about defending that and playing out. Fulham will play between the lines so we'll have to stay compact.
“They should be open when they lose the ball. We're a good team on the ball so we have to control that game as well and attack it, not really depending on what they do.”
Brentford have tasted defeat once in their last 12 games, a 2-0 loss at Cardiff, and Bjelland believes the Bees can make a move towards the play-offs if they can turn draws into wins.
He explained: “We're tough to beat and we should have won the game on Monday. One defeat in 12 games, especially in this league.
“There are a lot of games. We want to win them as well to climb the table. It's a new game and a new challenge and keep it 13 and one, hopefully a win and not a draw.”
The Dane added: “We've got a lot of points to play for. We've lifted ourselves in being tough to beat. We have a chance to push for the play-offs.”