HUDDERSFIELD Town sit in sixth after a 1-0 over Birmingham City.
Jermaine Beckford grabbed the goal which sealed three points for Town over a team managed by former boss Lee Clark.
But what did you make of the game?
Below are the ratings from the Examiner's Huddersfield Town reporter Doug Thomson, while on page two are the fans' ratings.
Made great second-half saves from Burke and Elliott to clinch a welcome clean sheet and deny Brum a point. 9
Replaced left-back Paul Dixon to make a first start of the season and produced a really solid performance. 8
Worked hard to combat Redmond, got forward well and a late booking was the only real blot. 8
Zipped about midfield to cause plenty of problems and delivered decent set-pieces as Towns midfield worked well. 8
The captain remained calm and composed to keep Brum at bay and hit the bar with a header. 9
Whenever there was a ball to be won, he did just that, and like Clarke, dealt well with big sub Zigic. 8
Tucked in as part of a tight central midfield three to good effect and had a key role in the winning goal. 8
Back to his no-nonsense best as Towns industry ensured they had the better of the central contest. 8
Came flying out of the blocks in his first game in three after injury and gave Town an added dimension. 9
A determined display brought a great reward as the Leicester loan man bagged his first goal of the season. 8
Playing high up the pitch, looked lively and confident and was never afraid to try a shot at goal. 8
Adam Hammill (for Vaughan, 68mins) 7;
Lee Novak (for Ward, 84) 6;
Paul Dixon (for Woods, 90+4) 6.