IN-FORM Andy Booth aims to turn back the clock and inflict more McAlpine misery on Leyton Orient tomorrow (3.00).
The 29-year-old crowd favourite scored when Orient became Town's first ever League victims at the new stadium nine years ago.
And following his coolly-taken Cup goal at Sunderland, manager Peter Jackson is backing the big targetman to fire his unchanged side to three vital League points against a club who have never won in 24 trips to Huddersfield.
"Boothy is in excellent form and he is looking forward to tomorrow's match just like all the lads," said Jackson.
"We want to win back-to-back for the first time this season and we want to take maximum points from tomorrow and Tuesday's game at home against Kidderminster.
"Three points tomorrow would be the perfect way to tune into the Carling Cup draw at 5.30pm; anything less will be an anticlimax even though we can't expect Orient to make it easy.
"They are struggling for points themselves and, while I don't expect they will be looking forward to coming here, I don't expect them to lie down."
On Booth's contribution, Jackson added: "His experience is shining through and he is playing superbly.
"Jon Stead has been getting all the credit for a great start to the season and the goals he has scored, but Boothy deserves a lot of credit for the pressure he takes off Steady's shoulders.
"There are very few headers of the ball around who are better than Boothy, but it is important that we give him the right type of service.
"I've had a word with the wing-backs, Andy Holdsworth and Tony Carss, and explained exactly what we want when they get forward.
"Playing like we did at Sunderland we are capable of beating anyone, but the fact we haven't won consecutive games so far shows our inconsistency and we need to start producing the goods on a regular basis.
"Tomorrow is a great time to start and we will be going all out to win."
Skipper Rob Edwards and full-back Ian Hughes are ruled out, but Chris Holland is back in the squad as Jackson keeps a 3-5-2 formation. David Mirfin makes a first McAlpine start as Efe Sodje completes a three-match ban.
Orient have had injury problems all week and reports suggest manager Paul Brush is under pressure from chairman Barry Hearn to improve on third bottom and six games without a win.
Town are hoping supporters will take the chance to watch the Academy in action at Emley's Welfare Ground tomorrow (11.00), when the opposition are none other than Manchester United, before heading down to the McAlpine to back the first team.
Fans should note it's pay at the turnstiles at Southend next weekend when prices are £15 adults and £6 concessions.
Town - Gray, Holdsworth, Yates, Scott, Mirfin, Carss, Fowler, Worthington, Schofield, Booth, Stead. Subs (from): Booty, Senior,, Brown, Mattis, Newby, Holland.
Leyton Orient - (from): Harrison, Joseph, Miller, Peters, B Jones, McCormack, Ebdon, Hunt, Newey, Tate, Alexander, Downer, Forbes, Ibehre, Morris, Saah.
Referee - Kevin Wright (Cambridge).