The final away trip of the season for Huddersfield Town is upon us.
For the last time this season, the travelling contingent will be making their way across the country to cheer on their heroes.
And even with both teams safe from the dreaded fear of relegation, there's more than a few sub-plots to consider....
Wells to make away fans cheer again
Of the well-advertised 18 goals scored by Nahki Wells this term, it's a strange quirk that he has scored exactly nine at home and nine on the road.
But in recent times, he's found games at the John Smith's Stadium harder work.
He hasn't scored at home since the 3-1 win against Reading in early March, but has been on the scoresheet three times since - at Leeds, Blackburn and Rotherham.
And with two games left to get to the promised land of 20 strikes, will he have the away following jumping out of their seats again at Ashton Gate?
Emyr Huws in the fabled shop window
On the day that Dean Hoyle confirmed that Welsh international Emyr Huws will not be back in a Town shirt next season, the midfielder turned in a Man of the Match display against Birmingham.
Typical, I hear Town fans cry.
He will be a big miss, although it's important to remember that just because Hoyle said the money was too much for Huws doesn't mean it wouldn't be too much for someone else in a different position.
Different priorities and the emergence of Philip Billing may have seen to that.
What is clear is that Huws can expect another start with Billing not fit to travel. And he'll want another strong performance to convince other suitors he is worth the cash Wigan are asking.
A blank in the penalty column
Along with Charlton Athletic, Town are one of just two Championship teams not to net a single penalty in the league all season.
That's particularly pertinent ahead of this clash given Huws missed one in the 2-1 defeat to the Robins on home turf last December, before departing with an injury.
But he hasn't been the only culprit.
Nahki Wells missed a penalty against Leeds that fortunately didn't come back to bite him, although he did net from the spot against Reading in the cup.
With the amount of chances created by the forward line, it's a little surprising more haven't been given.
With 180 minutes remaining of the season (give or take), it's a stat that might not change until next season, but it would be interesting to know how much time Nahki Wells spends practicing in case he gets the chance to get a step closer to 20 goals from the spot.
Dempsey to get another chance at right back
It's no secret that David Wagner sees Kyle Dempsey's future in defence - or at least, he'd like to.
The versatile youngster has played in midfield, on the wing, and in both full back positions for Town in his career to date but the boss has spoken of his desire to see Dempsey provide some competition for Tommy Smith at right back.
If he can, great, if not then it's a position Town may look to address in the summer.
The former Carlisle United man acquitted himself well against Birmingham but it's likely that Wagner will want to have another look in a competitive environment and games are running out. Tommy Smith back to the bench at Bristol?
Town to get pulses racing late on
Joel Lynch's equaliser against Birmingham was the 21st time in the league that Town have netted in the final 15 minutes of games this season - a Championship high.
While it's partly down to the increased levels of fitness now on display thanks to rigorous training under Wagner at PPG Canalside, there is also likely to be a mental factor.
Town's manager never likes to accept he is beaten, and that attitude translates to his players.
In the last two outings, Town have come from behind to earn a point. Conceding early is always frustrating, but it shouldn't, and doesn't, mean an early end to the afternoon.