Huddersfield Town have experienced the best and worst of times in their most recent visits to Brentford.

Last season’s 4-1 Championship mauling was the heaviest of their 12 defeats in 27 league games at the West London ground.

But their 4-0 League I success in October 2011 was the biggest of their nine victories.

Jordan Rhodes, a former Brentford loan player, scored twice, and Lee Novak and Gary Roberts one each for Lee Clark’s men.

Both Rhodes’ goals were header, while he also hit a post, Roberts netting from the rebound.

Harry Bunn got Town back into last season’s Griffin Park meeting when he cancelled out Chris Long’s early strike.

But the then Everton forward, now with Burnley, restored the home lead.

And Alex Pritchard (Tottenham Hotspur) and Jon Toral (Arsenal) then netted to make it a trio of loan players on the scoresheet.

Town’s first league game at Brentford was back in September 1935, at the start of the home club’s first season in the top flight.

Len Butt and Charlie Luke earned a 2-1 win for the visitors in front of 33,481.

Town were to finish third and Brentford fifth as Sunderland won the title.

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In more recent times, Town have featured in two League I play-off semi-final second legs at Griffin Park.

The 1995 clash ended happily for away supporters as Town won on penalties after a 1-1 draw (2-2 on aggregate).

But in 2002, Brentford won 2-1 after a goalless draw in West Yorkshire.

Town have twice visited Brentford in the FA Cup.

They won 2-1 in the first round in 1920-21, but were beaten 5-0 in round three in 1936-37