Huddersfield Town host in-form Brentford this weekend looking to bounce back from a third defeat in four league games after slipping to a 1-0 reverse at Bolton Wanderers last weekend.
The Terriers have experienced more luck on their own patch, however, and will hope to extend an unbeaten run at home which now stands at six games, with three clean sheets kept in that time.
But they come up against a side on a roll in Mark Warburton's men after a run of form which saw them pick up a maximum 15 points from their five games during November, so this will be a stern test for the Terriers.
They have already proven they are no light touch against some of the league's top sides this term but after such a poor run of form of their own last month, Chris Powell may be tempted to make changes for the visit of the Bees this weekend.
Powell lined his side up in a variation on a 4-3-3 at Bolton, with Sean Scannell and Nahki Wells interchanging around Grant Holt, who once again acted as the sole spearhead of the attack.
But with a potentially crippling injury crisis, the manager will be limited in who he can bring into the first team.
Joe Murphy and Harry Bunn are set to miss this weekend's game, while Joel Lynch and Sean Scannell are both doubts after picking up knocks at Bolton last time out.
So who will Powell go for and in what formation?
Considering the Bees traditionally line up in something of a 4-2-3-1, or a 4-1-4-1, it would be a surprise if Town were to go with two up front, as many fans have been calling for in recent weeks.
But with Scannell potentially out, could Joe Lolley be set to come in for a first league start of the season and just a third appearance under Powell?
The winger had an impressive cameo role in the Terriers' defeat at the Macron Stadium, while Murray Wallace may also come into contention after replacing groin injury victim Lynch at half-time in that game.
Other selection dilemmas for the manager include whether or not to reinstate fit-again midfielder Jonathan Hogg and at the expense of which midfielder.
Neither of Diego Poyet or Conor Coady played particularly well at Bolton and could be culpable if Powell decides to wield the axe and shake up his midfield setup.
Jack Robinson replaced Paul Dixon at left-back despite the Scot having started the last two league games but did not sufficiently impress in his bid to win the duel for supremacy in that position.
The other question sure to be on the minds of Town fans is whether or not Nahki Wells should start again.
The Bermudian, along with Jacob Butterfield, had one of Town's most presentable openings against Neil Lennon's side and looks hungry for goals after failing to cement a first-team spot under Powell.
Have your say 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.