Huddersfield Town face Barnsley this weekend in the first Yorkshire derby of the season.
The Terriers go into the match undefeated, having beaten Newcastle United and Brentford and picking up a point at Aston Villa.
The Tykes have won two matches on the trot - against Derby County and Queens Park Rangers at home - after an opening day defeat at the hands of Ipswich Town.
Town go into the match full of confidence, having taken four points from games at St James' Park and Villa Park, but Barnsley will be looking to spoil the party and add to their impressive away form - the Tykes have lost just two games on the road since December.
Both clubs find themselves around the play-off places in the Championship table in the early stages of this season, but the sides have not always had such good prospects when they have met in the past.
Here we look at five of the most memorable previous encounters between Town and Barnsley.
September 12 & September 19, 1995: Town 3-0 Barnsley/Town 2-0 Barnsley
Okay, we're cheating already.
These two matches, although having no real bearing on the teams' end of season standings, are memorable as Huddersfield Town beat their Yorkshire rivals twice in the space of a week.
The Terriers toppled the Tykes 3-0 at the McAlpine Stadium in front of 14,635 fans in the league, before claiming a 2-0 victory in front of 8,264 supporters in the League Cup just seven days later.
Ronnie Jepson, Simon Collins and Andy Booth scored for Town in the league, with Collins and Jepson repeating the trick in the cup.
Town went on to finish 8th in the First Division, having been promoted from Division Two the season before.
Barnsley finished 10th, but were promoted to the Premier League the next season first their first and only campaign in the English top-flight.
May 15, 2006: Town 1-3 Barnsley
Everything was looking so good for Town when they turned up at the Galpharm Stadium to face Barnsley in the second leg of the 2006 League One Play-off semi-final.
The Terriers had traveled to Oakwell four days earlier and beaten Barnsley 1-0 in the first leg of the tie thanks to an 85th minute Gary Taylor-Fletcher goal.
But the Tykes arrived in Huddersfield with a point to prove.
Paul Hayes bagged the first from the penalty spot in the 58th minute before Jon Worthington brought the scores level - with Town ahead on aggregate.
But two goals - from Paul Reid and Daniel Nardiello - in seven minutes took the tie out of Huddersfield's hands and helped propel Barnsley into the Championship - after beating Swansea on penalties in the final.
It would take Town another six years and two more failed play-off attempts to finally achieve promotion to the second tier.
November 10, 2012: Barnsley 0-1 Town
Six years later, Huddersfield Town finally experienced redemption from the play-off heartbreak.
Jermaine Beckford grabbed the winner for Town in the first half after an inch-perfect cross was delivered by Simon Church - who opted to join the Terriers over the Tykes on loan the week before.
Town went into the top six thanks to the win, with Barnsley sat two points above the relegation zone.
The 2012/13 season was not a happy one for either side however, and the threat of relegation loomed large over the sides right up until...
May 4, 2013: Town 2-2 Barnsley
Probably the most memorable recent encounter between the Yorkshire rivals.
Both clubs were in danger of the drop heading into the match at the John Smith's Stadium - Barnsley and Peterborough were locked on 54 points, with the Tykes filling the last relegation spot on goal difference.
The Terriers were three points better off, but had they have lost to Barnsley and the Posh had beaten Crystal Palace, it would have been down with Town.
Nerves were jangling at the John Smith's Stadium when Chris O'Grady and Jason Scotland goals either side of Beckford's equaliser had fired the visitors in front, but James Vaughan levelled it for the Terriers with nine minutes to go.
What transpired in the last stages of the match has to go down as one of the strangest anticlimaxes ever in English football, with both sides happy to keep the ball in their own halves as Peterborough were losing 3-2 to Palace.
Both sides survived the season, but Barnsley could not avoid the drop the following year.
March 1, 2014: Town 5-0 Barnsley
The last time the sides faced, Barnsley were second bottom of the Championship table - above Yeovil Town by one point.
Town were sat in 14th - sandwiched by Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough - but were struggling to find consistency having lost three and won two of their last five games.
The Tykes needed a result in order to kick off their survival bid, with only five points splitting the bottom five clubs, and the Reds would have been optimistic having beaten fellow strugglers Millwall the previous week.
What transpired was a thrashing, with Nahki Wells running riot over the Barnsley defence.
The forward set up four of the five Town goals and sent Barnsley on their way to relegation to League One, after the Tykes lost nine of the last 14 matches in the Championship.