Huddersfield Town head to Cardiff City this weekend for their first away day of the Championship season looking to build on the 5-3 extra-time victory at Chesterfield in midweek.

The devastating 4-0 opening-day loss to Bournemouth, coupled with Mark Robins' subsequent departure, made for a difficult start to the campaign but caretaker boss Mark Lillis steadied the ship and some by registering the comeback win at the Proact Stadium on Tuesday.

But who did you pick in your starting XI to face the Bluebirds this weekend?

After assessing the results of the survey, the team is as follows: (4-4-2) Murphy; Peltier, Smith, Lynch, Dixon; Hammill, Butterfield, Coady, Lolley; Stead, Wells.

Fans team to play Cardiff

After Lillis used the formation on Tuesday night, there was only likely to be one main contender for the choice of team setup and an overwhelming 56.73% of those who voted opted for 4-4-2, with 4-1-2-1-2 (12.02%) the next most popular option.

From choosing the formation, Town fans who voted for the 4-4-2 then went for Joe Murphy over Alex Smithies with 63.37% v 35.64% of the vote.

Fans were slightly more sure of their right-back selection, with 77.23% of fans choosing captain Lee Peltier in his more conventional right-back role, while young Tommy Smith received 20.79%.

Central defence was much tighter, with Smith (26.73%) marginally preferred to young Murray Wallace (16.83%) but Joel Lynch (37.62%) was the most common choice.

Paul Dixon was many people's choice for the left-back berth with 86% but Smith was the surprise second choice, despite plying his trade primarily on the right and in the centre, with 6% over the likes of Jake Carroll (4%) and Lynch (3%).

Adam Hammill and Joe Lolley's respective impacts from the bench on Tuesday night see the two widemen secure places in the XI, with Hammill the 64% favourite on the right and the latter pipping Danny Ward (22.68%) to the left-sided role with 46.39%.

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The centre of midfield was much tighter, with the three new signings of Radoslaw Majewski, Conor Coady and Jacob Butterfield all battling it out for the two midfield spaces that had been allocated by the fans' selection of a 4-4-2.

It was the latter duo who prevailed with 44.55% and 35.64% respectively, but Majewski was hardly far behind his fellow midfield schemers with a 28.71% share of the vote.

The 4-4-2 formation may deduct a midfielder from starting contention but it does bring another striker into the picture and fans are keen to see Jonathan Stead and Nahki Wells lead the line once more after their goalscoring exploits of Tuesday night.

Wells gained 65.31% of the voting while Stead, the man who scored and helped set up two of his strike partner's midweek treble, also came through ahead of the injured James Vaughan and seemingly unfancied Martin Paterson with 42.86%.