Huddersfield Town travel to Derby County tomorrow night riding on the crest of a wave after a 3-0 weekend win over Nottingham Forest , which made it their longest unbeaten run since returning to the Championship two seasons ago.
Goals from Joel Lynch, Nahki Wells and Grant Holt lifted the Terriers to 14th, their highest position of the league season so far, and ensured it was eight games unbeaten under the guidance of Chris Powell.
Powell described the Forest test as a barometer for his side's progress and while his charges passed that with flying colours, a midweek trip to the iPro Stadium represents another stern examination of their credentials .
The manager made three changes to his side for the visit of Stuart Pearce's side on Saturday, with the trio that came in at Ipswich Town the weekend before of Lee Peltier, Paul Dixon and Jonathan Hogg going out of the side and Jack Robinson, Harry Bunn and Sean Scannell were drafted in.
He reverted back to 4-4-2 and the Terriers produced a captivating attacking display as a result, with the formation also helping to secure a point at Ipswich after Town started in a 3-5-2 shape.
Every Terriers fan would love to see the same formation and personnel, but Powell has already proven his status as a tinkerman during his time in charge and changes to the side cannot be ruled out.
Derby themselves are likely to set up in a 4-3-3 shape, with the division's top scorer Chris Martin at the apex of the side and Johnny Russell and Simon Dawkins operating either side last time out.
Would you alter the formation to play three up front to match the Rams up or keep things as they are?
Would Dixon come back into the team for Robinson, or would the back four remain as it is?
After recently signing a new two-year deal , is Murray Wallace worthy of a starting berth in that backline?
Lee Peltier, Danny Ward and Martin Paterson all made cameos from the bench on Saturday but would you consider any of them for starting-XI duty?
Would there be any other changes you would make, such as a defensive change or in the centre of midfield?
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.