Burton visit Griffin Park tonight looking to prevent Brentford from returning to winning ways after their defeat at Cardiff on Saturday.
But November 21 has been a significant date for the Bees in the past three years with some dramatic fixtures taking place.
Indeed, on the last two occasions the west London club played on this date, there have been last minute winners, while former Bee Harlee Dean went from zero to hero in the space of an hour.
Drama is never far away at Griffin Park and, below, GetWestLondon takes a look at the last two Brentford games played on this date.
2014 – Brentford 2-1 Fulham
In their first league meeting since 1998, Brentford dominated the opening exchanges and only the in-form Marcus Bettinelli kept the Bees at bay, making a notable save from Toumani Diagouraga.
However, the Bees shot themselves in the foot as Dean gave the ball away cheaply in his own half and Fulham's attacking threat punished the error as Ross McCormack squared the ball for Hugo Rodallega to score.
It would have been harsh on the Bees, who had been the better side for the majority of the game, and they mounted a late rally.
Dean made amends as he lashed the ball into the top corner with nine minutes of normal time remaining.
And the song 'Jota in the last minute' was born in stoppage time as the Spaniard cut inside and drove a shot that deflected off Dan Burn past Bettinelli to give the Bees the victory.
2015 – Brentford 2-1 Nottingham Forest
As baseball legend Yogi Berra allegedly said: “It's deja vu all over again.”
Brentford, this time, took the lead as Sergi Canos opened his account in senior football and ran straight to celebrate with his uncle on the Ealing Road terrace.
Dean, however, was sent off for a clash with Jonathan Williams moments before Henri Lansbury equalised for Forest.
The Bees, though, hit back as Ryan Woods' effort was originally saved by Dorus De Vries but Philip Hofmann put enough on his shot to turn the ball home and send the Bees into delirium.
Lee Carsley came out and said it was his last game as that was the impression that he had been given by the club's board but he was in the dugout the following Monday at Bolton as Dean Smith had been appointed hours earlier.
Dean may have been seen as the villain during the game but his actions afterwards earned him the unsung hero award from the Football League as he sought medical help for Ted Starkey who had been hit by a car.
He said on receiving the award: “I was in the middle of standing by the pub just talking to a couple of the fans when there was a screech and then a bang, followed by the sound of the kid crying.
“I saw the child on the floor and immediately sprinted back to the ground. Forest hadn’t travelled with a doctor so I ran back to get Matt. I think it’s a bit embarrassing to be getting an award. Anyone would have done the same thing. I don’t see it as a big deal.
“I was fuming with myself for getting sent off, thinking about missing three games and then that happened and took my mind off everything. It made me realise that it’s just a game of football and there are far bigger things to worry about. I’m just glad the little boy’s alright.”