BEARING in mind the table and our recent results, is tomorrow's match against Swansea at the McAlpine our biggest of the season? Mike J, Hillhouse
Jacko says: GOOD shout, because every match we play from now onwards has to be our biggest match of the season.
We have got nine matches left - four at home and five away - and basically I think we need six victories out of those nine to go up automatically.
It doesn't matter who is coming up next - we just have to treat every game like our lives depend on it.
Swansea are a good footballing side and, while they have been without Trundle and Nugent up front, they will still present a real test as they look to close on the play-off places.
We had them watched at Mansfield the other night, so we are up to date on how they are playing, but it won't count for anything unless we go out there and produce the goods.
Every one of these final nine matches is a huge one for this club, but the games at home are especially so and, if we can win them, it will go a long way towards helping us achieve our goal.
I know I don't need to ask this because we are now down to the nitty gritty with everyone pulling in the same direction for Town, but it would be great if we could have a big crowd tomorrow and everyone right behind the lads from first whistle to last.
We need to take every advantage of being at the McAlpine and the fans have a massive role to play in that.
DOES the Northampton game become even bigger now it will be played just four games from the end of the season? Terrier Jon, e-mail
Jacko says: HOPEFULLY, by the time it comes around, we will know our destiny and automatic promotion will be there for the taking!
It might also be the case that, by April 20, Northampton don't have an awful lot left to play for because they are only on the fringe of the play-off chase.
As I have already said, every game is now a massive one and we have to put in the hard yards and earn the points.
The one thing which is certain is that the game on Saturday had to be called off. There was no option.
The safety of the fans is paramount and, in the conditions, that couldn't be guaranteed.
I have to say the game was a lottery as well. I know some people will say we were trailing 1-0 and would have wanted it abandoned, but it really was terrible.
I have spoken to the family who were injured and they will now be watching the Northampton game as guests of Huddersfield Town.
We offered them the chance to come down to the McAlpine, but they have opted to watch the re-arranged game at Sixfields instead.
Let's hope we can reward them with a victory when the time comes and that it's a vital one to help us close on a promotion place.
WHAT are your thoughts on having a transfer deadline day and are you happy with the squad as it stands? JB, Lindley
Jacko says: AT one time, transfer deadline day was a massive event in the football calendar, but things have changed a lot over the past decade or so.
The Premier League now have their own transfer window which carries its own importance at that time of year as clubs buy to try and stay up - as Blackburn did with Jon Stead - try to attract people to play in the big rounds of European competitions or just strengthen in the pursuit of honours.
The financial situation in the game has now had a massive effect on the Football League's March deadline.
Gone are the days when millions of pounds used to be splashed around as clubs tried to buy success or buy salvation.
We mostly see loan deals or free transfers these days, but I have to say I'm basically pleased with my squad. We have been able to add some fresh blood with Big Iffy for the nine-game run-in and we have got everything to play for between now and May.
DO you think the Giants success in the Challenge Cup can have a knock-on effect for Town and, indeed, the stadium? Midge, e-mail
Jacko says: EVERYONE will be rooting for the Giants on Sunday as they bid to reach the semi-finals by beating York.
It is important for all concerned that both the rugby league club and the football club are successful.
Success brings entertainment for the fans and finance to supplement the ambitions of both codes.
We are obviously in the throes of a promotion push and the Giants have made a good, solid start to the season - so it's looking very encouraging.
If the Giants can reach the last four - and I would expect them to do so if they play to form - then you never know what might happen.
Another good 80 minutes in the semis and it's Cardiff here we come!
That would be fantastic for Ken Davy - who has put a tremendous amount into the rugby league club - and for all the Giants fans.
That, coupled with promotion for us, would be fantastic.
HAS Jon Stead's success at Blackburn helped oil the wheels of Gary Harkins' loan move to the Mac? Jovial Jim, Longley
Jacko says: WHEN I spoke to Graeme Souness about Harkins, the first thing he said was how delighted he was with Steady.
He has started three games for Blackburn and, following his strike against Aston Villa, he has scored three goals.
When he got half a game against Charlton, too, he hit the woodwork twice, so Souness is thrilled with Steady's contribution so far.
I'm delighted he has done well too, because he works hard and deserves the success, and I think it's something which all our supporters should be proud of as well.
Steady has a great future in the game and he still comes down to see our lads as often as he can.
During our talks over the past few months, I have got on really well with Graeme Souness and he did say, at the time of Steady's transfer, that if there was any player he could help us with, he would do his level best.
That has been the case with Harkins, so I suppose the answer to the original question has to be yes.
IN addition to big Macca, is there anyone else ready to make the breakthrough from the Academy to the first team? Tracy Sanderson
Jacko says: I HAVE been absolutely delighted with John McAliskey and the way he has taken to life with the first-team squad.
He has grabbed the opportunity superbly, scored on his debut and gone close to poaching a winner for us against Rochdale, so long may he continue.
In answer to the question, I have been impressed of late with John McCombe, who is a centre-back who came through at the same time as Dave Mirfin and, in fact, made his League debut as a sub in the same match against Oldham on the final day of last season.
John is doing very well right now and Joe Walsh is another who we feel could come through.
Joe has been troubled a fair bit by injuries, but him, McCombe and McAliskey have all been offered terms for next season and we hope they sign as full professionals.
ARE you expecting another 10,00-plus crowd tomorrow? Jason, Huddersfield
Jacko says: I CERTAINLY hope so because it's a massive game for the club.
I'm delighted the schools' promotion has brought in another 1,250 and I hope many more will come down to help us maintain what has been a marvellous home record this season.
We owe Swansea one after being beaten down there, and each and every one of our fans has a massive role to play - not just tomorrow but in all the games that are left.
Our fans have been great this season and we now need just one final push to help us achieve promotion at the first time of asking. Four home games left, four big turnouts is the objective.