TOWN fans could be toasting play-off success tonight.
Or they could be drowning their sorrows.
And it will all be done with the club's very own beermats.
More than 20 pubs and clubs in Huddersfield have signed up to take the first batch of new Town beermats.
The mats not only soak up the drips from a pint or three; they also promote the Town club's vital On The Move lottery.
Every penny earned from the 3,000 members of the lottery - now into its second year - is destined for the cause.
The cash will go to the club's Youth Academy, which has produced players such as Jon Stead, David Mirfin and Jon McAliskey.
Club promotions manager Pauline Howard said: "We have just short of 3,000 paying members and we are growing fast.
"A lot of pubs and clubs in the Kirklees area have helped us immensely and an idea sprang to mind of having our own beermats produced to advertise On the Move.
"More than 20 pubs have signed up as agents and they have taken the first 11,000 beermats.
"They were kindly produced by Quarmbys, of Britannia Road, Milnsbridge, who have sponsored the mats," added Pauline.
"It is a first in the club's history and hopefully after today's game at Lincoln, people will be celebrating victory with a drink."
One of the first pubs to take the mats is The Rose and Crown at Netherton.
Licensee Bruce Armitage is a mad keen Town fan - so much so that he has named his alsatian dogs Blue and Buxton!