Seeing as Brentford have not kicked a ball in anger for the past two weeks, there is not much for me to look back on.

Thank God, then, that we have got something exciting to look forward to, in the shape of our trip to Leeds United.

The match has captured the imagination of Bees fans, with more 2,000 tickets sold to travelling fans.

Clearly, the Leeds supporters are as excited about the match as we are – their club’s website is suggesting there will be a crowd of more than 25,000 at Elland Road tomorrow. These Yorkshiremen must hardly be able to believe their luck that they are going to be watching the mighty Brentford playing at their humble stadium.

I jest, of course. Leeds are the kind of team most Bees have only ever watched on the telly and, not too long ago, in the Champions League (sorry for the reminder, lads!), so the fact we are now in the same league as them is slightly bizarre and, it must be said, pretty funny.

From dour Don Revie and his team of thugs to that Champions League-era side, packed with paragons of virtue such as Lee Bowyer, Jonathan Woodgate and Alan Smith, Leeds are a team even a divorcee on a dating website would struggle to love.

It may seem cruel to delight in the misfortune of others but, as it is Leeds, I think we can be forgiven for indulging in a spot of schadenfreude.

Apart from Manchester City’s trip down to the third tier a few years ago, the idea of having a genuinely huge club in League One is also still something of a novelty.

Times may be changing as financially irresponsible clubs from the higher levels start to tumble, and we will probably getting a few more joining us little people in the next few seasons – but, for now, we will content ourselves with the company of Leeds.

No matter what we throw at them, I am sure it will all be water off a duck’s back to their fans, anyway.

They must have been bored rigid by opposition crowds singing “you’re not famous anymore” at them, and I think I am right in saying they have appropriated the chant for themselves in order to draw its sting.

What will wind them up, though, is if we can do the unthinkable and nick three points. We earned a creditable draw against the then-league leaders earlier in the season at Griffin Park but having to go their place and get something is a daunting prospect, to say the least.

One way or another, it will be a day to remember.