Huddersfield Town face a daunting proposition this weekend, with in-form Nottingham Forest the hosts.
Unbeaten in 13 games, that run has sparked talk of a promotion push for Dougie Freedman's side. They boast a formidable defensive record , but Town have scored in every game since last November - the Championship's longest run.
Does something have to give today?
In a game full of sub-plots, loanee Jamie Paterson will have to sit on the sidelines as he is ineligible to face his former club. Karim Matmour and Elvis Manu are doubtful with a knock and illness respectively , which could leave Town short up top.
In the absence of Emyr Huws, Philip Billing stepped up against Preston North End and will hope for another start today.
It could be a tough afternoon for Town, but victories at the City Ground have tended to come in pairs - and Sean Scannell scored the only goal of the game last time Town travelled to Nottingham in April 2015.
Stick with us for all the build-up and live commentary as all the drama unfolds...
Fancy reliving that?
Super Town fans
The fans certainly did their bit today. Now “Philip Billing he’s one of our own” and “David Wagner he’s better than Klopp” echo around the City Ground - nearly empty except for one delighted corner.
Massive cheer as David Wagner gives the away end a fist pump or three.
13 games unbeaten...
And then they met Town. David Wagner’s side far superior to the hosts and end their hugely impressive league run. Meanwhile, Town’s own run of scoring in every game since November goes on.
FT Nottingham Forest 0-2 Huddersfield Town
That’s it! A fantastic win from Town, who have been excellent and might have won by more. Wonderful display capped by Billing’s superb strike.
A good day to be a Town fan!
Third sub from Wagner
92. Jonathan Hogg will see these last few minutes from the bench - Martin Cranie is on in his place.
Second Town sub
91. Kyle Dempsey replaces Harry Bunn for the closing stages
Five minutes added
90. FIVE stoppage time minutes for Town to finish the job.
87. First change from David Wagner and he lifts Billing on to his shoulders in sheer delight as the Danish midfielder comes off for Dean Whitehead.
What a way to score your first professional goal - De Vries no chance with that long range beauty. One to watch again on loop to be honest. He’s been excellent again young Billing and he deserves that. The away dugout and away supporters go mad. That goal should steady some nerves as Forest had been looking good before that,
83. That is a STUNNING goal from Philip Billing, firing into the top corner with his left foot from 30 yards!!
Forest 0-2 Town
81. Forest skipper Matt Mills is booked for bringing down Wells as he advanced on goal.
Final Forest sub
80. Last change for Forest - Robert Tesche comes off to be replaced by Dexter Blackstock.
No changes for Town as yet....
Good take Steer
77. Home fans incensed as they claim a penalty for a third time this afternoon - again shouting hand ball, again nothing doing. The cross comes in from the left at the second attempt and Steer does well to gather in the air cleanly.
Billing off target
75. Phil Billing picks up a loose ball and lets fly from 25 yards but it curls some way off target.
Chance for Forest
74. Looks like we’re in a for a tense last 15 minutes! Joe Lolley is forced to head away a dangerous inswinging free kick after Bunn fouled Vaughan.
73. Er...yellow cards behaving like buses there. A third in quick succession, Tommy Smith now for taking his tie over a throw in.
72. And there’s another! Jonathan Hogg goes in late on Grant and is booked.
68. First booking so far today as Jorge Grant has his name taken for a challenge on James Husband.
1,193 Town fans are here today in a total crowd of 19,984. They’re the happier ones at the moment.,..
Forest on the up
65. Few worried Town fans now as Forest enjoy their spell of the game. A couple of decent efforts from Oliveira are the result but no breakthrough yet for the hosts.
How key could Jed Steer’s save end up being?
Forest penalty shout
62. The home side want a penalty for handball from the resulting corner but the referee is not at all interested in that one.
What a save Steer!
61. Great stop from Town’s on-loan keeper to deny Oliveira from 20 yards and push the ball behind.
Would you make a change now?
Around half an hour plus stoppages to go...
58. Karim Matmour switches play to the arriving Tommy Smith on the right side but his effort is too close to the keeper.
Double Forest change
56. Not much going on at the moment and it is Freedman who makes the first change.
Jamie Ward is replaced by Oliver Burke while Jorge Grant is also on in place of Gary Gardner.
Town free kick
51. Hary Bunn taken down right on the edge of the area but it’s so close in it’s a tricky one to get the ball up and over the substantial wall. Joel Lynch goes for power and wins a corner off said wall, but it’s cleared.
Forest out of the traps
49. The home side making some early running this half but Town equal to it so far. The energy in winning the ball back in midfield is very noticeable, and the comparative lack of it from Forest is irking some of the home supporters.
Second half under way
46. Away we go again with Town a goal to the good.
Town deserving leaders
Town have been excellent in the first half, Forest haven’t been able to cope with the gegenpressing and swift passing. Lots of chances created, one scored (by the Forest defender no less).
The hosts have been poor so far. Struggled to create much and when they have had opportunities they haven’t made the most of them.
However, they are a very good side chasing the play-offs. What does the second half bring?