Brentford's home meeting with Sheffield United has been moved to Good Friday, with the game still kicking off at 3pm.
The Bees take on the Blades, who won the League One title last season, at Bramall Lane on the opening day of the season (August 5) with the return fixture taking place on March 30.
Brentford have had an excellent Good Friday record in recent years, winning 4-0 against Derby last season.
Two years prior, the west Londoners claimed derby day glory as they thrashed Fulham by four goals to one at Craven Cottage.
In 2014, though, the Bees ended their lengthy exile from the top two divisions as they beat Preston by a goal to nil.
It has been three seasons since the two sides last met. A Will Grigg brace gave the Bees a 3-1 win over the Steel City side at Griffin Park in August 2013, while the two sides drew 0-0 in Yorkshire later that season.