UWE Rosler has called on his Brentford side to end their away day blues at Coventry tomorrow.
The Bees have lost three successive games on the road without scoring a goal, while winning four on the spin on home turf.
Third-place Brentford travel to the Ricoh Arena hoping to reignite their push for an automatic promotion spot.
But with four of their remaining six games away from Griffin Park, boss Rosler knows they need to find a cure to their travel sickness.
He said: “When you're away from home and controlling games you need to take your chances.
“At the same time, it's important not to make silly mistakes as well because they have cost us recently.
“We have a young side who are a little bit inexperienced, but we have to learn and do things right.
“I was pleased with how we played against MK Dons because we pushed them back for 90 minutes.
“However, we were a little bit careless and naïve and they opened us up on the counter.”
The Bees face a Coventry side languishing in 14 th place, but the Sky Blues beat league-leaders Doncaster Rovers last time out on their own patch.
“They are a good footballing team,” Rosler added. “They will look to pack the midfield and play on the counter.
“They have good players having come down from the Championship, but it's up to us to approach the game in the correct manner and to try and get three points.”
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