Huddersfield Town face Birmingham City this weekend looking to recover from last weekend's damaging 5-0 defeat at Norwich City.

The Terriers were reduced to 10 men after just 17 minutes when Murray Wallace was sent for an early bath following a clumsy challenge on Canaries striker Cameron Jerome and Town collapsed in the second half.

Goals from Bradley Johnson (2), influential substitute Nathan Redmond, Jerome and Lewis Grabban sent Chris Powell's side to a fourth away defeat on the spin at Carrow Road.

So, will Powell make changes to his starting XI for this weekend's visit of Gary Rowett's ever-improving Birmingham side, who leapfrogged Town into 15th courtesy of a 6-1 win over Reading?

Powell used the 3-5-2 formation once more during the game after being forced into a reshuffle following Wallace's dismissal and he could use the three-man backline once more to counter the loss of the Scot to suspension.

Who would you pick to replace Wallace in the centre of defence - will it be Anthony Gerrard securing a long-awaited first-team comeback?

Or would you prefer one of the full-backs - Tommy Smith or Jack Robinson - to fill in alongside captain Mark Hudson?

The latter moved across during the defeat at Norwich and that could mean Paul Dixon comes in at left-back, while Lee Peltier could either come in at right-back for Smith or partner Hudson.

In pictures: Norwich City 5-0 Huddersfield Town


The other option is for Powell to try out Conor Coady in the heart of defence after an impressive cameo role there last weekend, but the lack of midfield options could hinder that particular idea.

Diego Poyet's return to West Ham United after a brief loan spell may have restricted scope for change in central midfield, but the likes of Adam Hammill and Radoslaw Majewski will both be hoping to give Powell food for thought in more advanced positions.

Up front meanwhile, would you be tempted to bring James Vaughan in for a first start since his return from injury?

With Town's second top goalscorer Harry Bunn sidelined and main marksman Nahki Wells suffering from a crisis of confidence in front of goal, can Vaughan give the team something different?

So who will Powell go for and in what formation?

Birmingham manager Rowett set his side up in a fluid 4-2-3-1 formation last time out and the stunned Royals were unable to cope, with youngster Demarai Gray the star man by netting a treble.

18-year-old Gray operated as an elusive yet destructive No.10 so it will be interesting to see whether or not Powell has any special plans to deal with the Brum starlet.

Have your say on what the side to face Birmingham should be with our formation and team selector below.

Results will be published online and in the paper tomorrow so make sure you choose your starting XI and we'll collate fans' views.