Huddersfield Town host Wolverhampton Wanderers this weekend with both sides unbeaten in their first four fixtures of the Championship season.
Town boss David Wagner and Wolves counterpart Walter Zenga have breathed fresh life into their respective clubs and will both be hoping to continue their good form and mount a substantial promotion bid.
Huddersfield have a good record against Wolves going into the weekend, losing just three of the previous 19 matches the teams have contested.
Of the 80 games the clubs have played, Town have won 34, drawn 14 and lost the remaining 32.
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In the fixture's history there has been 275 goals scored at an average of 3.4 per game - so we should be able to expect the net to bulge at the John Smith's Stadium this Saturday.
The last of five goalless draw between the sides came back in 1996, with seven matches producing seven or more goals - including two 10-goal thrillers both ending 6-4 to Wolves.
So how should Wagner go about stopping Wolves scoring? Does new signing Tareiq Holmes-Dennis make his debut? And who are you backing to bag the winner?
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