Huddersfield Town haven’t lost on the final day of a regular season since a 2-1 League I defeat at Exeter City six years ago.

And after last Saturday’s hugely disappointing 4-0 setback at Bristol City, it’s important David Wagner’s side finish on a positive note.

There’s a feeling of optimism about the German’s forthcoming first full campaign at the helm.

But his side have won just one of their last seven Championship games, and at 19th, are in the same position as when he took over in November.

It’s possible Town could finish 15th, one place better than their highest since returning to the second tier in 2012.

That was achieved under Chris Powell last season, when Town collected 13 wins, the same as their current tally.

Ten of them have come under Wagner, whose full-throttle football has appealed to the fans.

So too did the 4-1 win at Leeds United in March, which has to go down as the high spot of his 31 games in charge.

Not so good was the 4-2 defeat at Brentford in December, when Town were dismantled in the first half.

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Alan Judge, the Republic of Ireland midfielder whose Euro 2016 hopes have been wrecked by a broken leg, scored twice for the Bees that day.

The ex-Blackburn Rovers midfielder has been a key man this term, but his absence hasn’t hindered Dean Smith’s team too much.

The Bees have won six out of their last eight games and are aiming to cement their current top-10 placing.

Former FC Halifax Town striker Scott Hogan is an obvious danger.

The 24-year-old Mancunian, signed from Rochdale in 2014, has netted five goals in as many games since returning from a troublesome knee injury.

Brentford have talented loan men in Chelsea midfielder John Swift and Liverpool’s Spanish forward Sergi Canos.

Austrian Konstantin Kerschbaumer has made his mark in midfield.

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And there’s a French flavour to the West London club’s defence thanks to right-back Maxime Colin and centre-back Yoann Barbet.

Brentford will fancy their chances of gaining a first win on Huddersfield soil since February 2007, when they were 2-0 victors in League I.

Let’s hope Town can bounce back after Ashton Gate.