Huddersfield Town travel to Bolton Wanderers this weekend searching for a first win in four after last weekend's 0-0 draw with Sheffield Wednesday in the Yorkshire derby.
Bolton, under the stewardship of new manager Neil Lennon, have picked up 13 points from a possible 21 since the Scot's arrival and will approach this with renewed confidence despite only drawing 1-1 at lowly Blackpool last time out and could leapfrog the Terriers with a win.
The Terriers went with a one up top against Wednesday and their attacking talents were nullified as a result, so will Powell revert to a two-man strikeforce this weekend?
The Town manager's team selection against Wednesday showed some interesting alterations with some, such as Alex Smithies, an enforced change while Jonathan Hogg dropped to the bench, with new loan signing Diego Poyet preferred.
Paul Dixon also retained his place at left-back but will Jack Robinson come back into the first-team fold and replace him?
Likewise, will Joe Murphy stay between the posts after an impressive league debut which saw him keep a clean sheet after Smithies missed out due to back spasms?
Should Poyet keep his place, or would you bring back Hogg in that central area?
With many Town supporters crying out for a change to 4-4-2, could Nahki Wells be in with a chance of starting?
With Adam Hammill and Joe Lolley also stepping up their first-team returns, is there space for the two flankers in your XI or will Sean Scannell and Harry Bunn continue out wide?
Have your say with our formation and team selector below.
Results will be published online and in the paper tomorrow so make sure you choose your starting XI and we'll collate fans' views.