BRADFORD may be missing Jamaican pace ace Jermaine Johnson for tomorrow's Valley Parade League I derby (1.00).
But Town manager Peter Jackson has warned that his likely replacement John Colbeck can be a big danger to the Galpharm side too.
Johnson, a summer recruit from Jamaican club Tivoli Gardens, misses his first match after damaging a hamstring during last week's 2-0 home win over Tranmere.
It means a first start of the season for 19-year-old former City trainee Colbeck, who has vowed to rise to the occasion.
"JJ has been excellent and it's unfortunate for the team that he is injured," said Colbeck, who will line up on the right-hand side of a four-man midfield.
"But it has given me a chance and I'm going to try and prove that I've got just as much ability.
"It's going to be physical and fast but you've got to step straight into it as quickly as you can."
City boss Colin Todd said: "It's a brilliant game for Joe to come into and I expect him to produce. But there is no pressure at all.
"JJ is a difficult act to follow but everyone's different and the one thing Joe has is real pace.
"He is manipulating the ball better and I expect him to cause Huddersfield problems."
Jackson is certainly alert to the danger.
"City are sure to miss Jermaine Johnson, because he is an experienced player with explosive pace," he said.
"But Colbeck is a very capable player who can cause any side problems with his own speed and footwork.
"He's played against us in Reserve matches an done well, and it will be interesting to see how he performs."
Steve Schumacher, Mark Bridge-Wilkinson and left-sided man Lee Holmes, who is on loan from Derby, complete the City midfield.
At the back, it's likely to be loan duo Nathan Doyle (Derby) and Ben Parker (Leeds) in the full-back slots and David Wetherall and Mark Bower in the middle.
Another Jamaican star, Donovan Ricketts, will keep goal with experienced duo Dean Windass and David Graham, the former Town loan man, up front.