Huddersfield Town entertain Millwall this weekend looking to make an immediate recovery from their derby-day disaster in the 3-0 defeat to Leeds United at Elland Road.
The Lions are one of just three teams Town have beaten at the John Smith's Stadium in 2014 - when Nahki Wells struck a 90th-minute winner on his debut - and manager Chris Powell will hope his charges can repeat the trick to secure the first three points of his reign.
The horror show at Leeds came after a frustrating last-minute defeat to Middlesbrough and a battling but toothless display against Wigan Athletic, meaning Town have just one point from three games since Powell was unveiled as the permanent successor to Mark Robins.
Millwall started the season strongly with seven points from their opening three games, but have only secured four since then and have picked up just one point from a possible nine, identical to Town's record across the last three league games.
The Lions may not be the most prolific in the division, with just eight from as many games only bettering Town's tally by one goal, but have also only conceded eight, a total only six other sides have beaten.
Powell could be set to welcome back two injury-plagued members of his squad back into contention this weekend, with Anthony Gerrard and Martin Paterson pushing for recalls but will still be without Oscar Gobern (toe) and James Vaughan (calf).
The manager faces something of a selection dilemma at left-back, with Paul Dixon also hoping to be restored to the starting lineup at the expense of QPR loanee Jack Robinson, while there are decisions to make in midfield and attack.
Examiner predicted Huddersfield Town starting XI v Millwall:
Smithies; Peltier, Hudson, Lynch, Robinson; Scannell, Butterfield, Coady, Bunn; Wells, Stead.
Compared with our predicted XI, the fans' own team selection shows three changes, with fans opting for Dixon over Robinson and also deciding to pick Joe Murphy above Alex Smithies, while Paterson is being backed to recover sufficiently from injury in time for the game.
Town are blessed with more options now their injury list has eased somewhat, but wholesale changes to the starting XI which lost at Leeds appear unlikely.
Powell has had a flirtation with a 4-3-3 system since arriving at the club but Town fans are clear in their thoughts on how the team should setup, with 59.72% opting for a 4-4-2 formation over the 9.72% who wanted 4-3-3.
Murphy was comfortably the No.1 choice in goal with 74.32% of the vote, with Smithies trailing by some margin in second place with 24.32%, with his poor error for Rudy Austin's goal during defeat at Leeds presumably the reason behind the show of faith in the sub goalkeeper.
Right-back was a slightly more evenly-contested area, but 59.46% of fans want to see captain Lee Peltier back in his natural position of right-back, with only 40.54% voting for Tommy Smith.
Mark Hudson was the most popularly picked player, with 75.68% plumping for his organisational skills at the heart of the defence and have backed him up with the inclusion of Joel Lynch, who secured 44.59% of the other central defensive vote.
Hudson only narrowly beat Dixon, however, with 74.32% of Town fans hoping to see the Scot picked over Jack Robinson, who gained just 25.68%.
The right flank was slightly closer, with Sean Scannell only to the taste of 45.21%, with Adam Hammill the next best option in Town fans' eyes at 30.14%.
Central midfield was more easily conclusive, with Conor Coady and Jacob Butterfield all set to resume their partnership in the middle with 47.95% and 41.1% respectively.
Radoslaw Majewski was the only other midfielder to gain more than a 10% share of the vote (10.96%) and seems to be the only other central player who the Town fans would like to see fielded.
Harry Bunn was Town's only bright note at Leeds and supporters are backing him to deliver the goods this time around too, 38.36% of them infact, which represents the lowest percentage score for one individual but Danny Ward was his nearest competitor at 17.81%.
Vaughan's injury woes ensure there is a dearth of available attacking options to Powell and the fans' voting reflects that with Nahki Wells the obvious choice to lead the line, receiving 63.01% of the vote.
But in the fans' preferred formation of 4-4-2, the Bermudian requires a striking partner and the choice from supporters is the potentially returning Paterson, with 44.44% of fans believing he is the answer to Town's goalscoring problems.
Huddersfield Town fans' starting XI v Millwall:
Murphy; Peltier, Hudson, Lynch, Dixon; Scannell, Butterfield, Coady, Bunn; Wells, Paterson.