HARLEE Dean reckons Doncaster Rovers have the most to fear when they come to Griffin Park for Saturday's winner-takes-all promotion showdown.
Donny only have to draw to secure automatic promotion, while Brentford must win to leapfrog them into second place and join Bournemouth in the Championship.
But the Yorkshire outfit will come face to face with a Bees side who have won their last five home games and only lost once in TW8 this year.
And centre-back Dean reckons that will be playing on the Doncaster players' minds going into the crunch clash.
He said: “They will be more worried than we are. It's a fortress for us at home, and with the fans behind us, they won't like it.
“We owe them one after they came from behind to beat us at their place, but we haven't really been talking about that game – we're fully focused on this one and going up.
“It's the last game and we're going to win it, we're all really positive. The play-off were our aim at the start of the season and we've surpassed that – now we're one game away automatic promotion.”
Dean looks likely to partner veteran midfielder Kevin O'Connor at centre-back once more while Tony Craig is suspended, but after the back four was only breached once at, he is confident they can shut out Rovers.
Dean added: “Kev has got so much experience and took to it very well. We haven't had much time together, but if it's us two again on Saturday, we'll have had another week to work on things.
“It was harsh on Tony, but the FA made their decision and he will have to deal with – it's part and parcel of the game.”