The final Huddersfield Town pre-match press conference of David Wagner's first term in charge is over.

The final away game is done with.

All that remains is 90 more minutes. Here's five things to look out for in the campaign's final match...

End of season omens

It's been a few years since Town closed the season with a lingering sense of disappointment brought on by final day defeat.

The last loss on the final day came against Exeter in 2010, when Gary Roberts scored in a 2-1 defeat, although Town went on to lose to Millwall over two legs in the League One play-off semi-final.

Since then, the club are unbeaten in five, winning two and drawing three.

As David Wagner correctly pointed out, every team wants to win on the last day and go into the summer on a positive note.

But at the risk of going over old ground, Town owe their supporters a performance after last weekend's Ashton Gate debacle.

And with a lap of appreciation to come, it's far less awkward if the result provides a sweet backdrop.

A feast of goals before the famine?

The summer break might not seem that intimidating now, but beware your future self suddenly finding time to visit a garden centre at 3pm on Saturday afternoon in mid-June.

Shudder.

A mere 90 minutes stand between us and a long, dry summer devoid of Huddersfield Town action - although the play-offs and indeed Euro 2016 may provide some respite.

In the mean time, can we expect a feast before the famine?

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History suggests so. There have been 31 goals scored in the last six league meetings between Town and Brentford, an average of 5.2 per game.

Then there's Scott Hogan, who is the proud owner of the best minutes-per-goal ratio of any Championship player to have scored at least five goals this season.

It all seems to point one way... which no doubt means a handful of punters cursing loudly when a dire 0-0 spoils their accumulator.

A notable absentee

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Speaking of goals, Nahki Wells is set to miss out on his own personal target of 20.

It's been an outstanding season for the Bermudian striker, who picked up a trio of gongs at the end-of-season club awards and chalked up an extremely impressive total of 18 goals.

Sadly, that is where it is to end with the forward ruled out for the final game of the campaign with a knee injury.

Quite apart from the disappointment of being deprived of the star striker, it will be interesting to see his replacement.

While Wagner hinted he might change the system, this particular leopard has never shown any inclination to change his spots.

So Harry Bunn, Rajiv van La Parra or Karim Matmour can expect to lead the line.

A few fond farewells

Jamie Paterson has done well under David Wagner and can continue to improve

A summer of change is on the horizon, with three signings already confirmed and more sure to follow, with the rumour mill likely to go into overdrive as soon as the final whistle has reached the referee's lips.

But what of those who will be playing out their final acts as Huddersfeld Town players this weekend?

Jed Steer and Emyr Huws will say their final lines, but there is potential for other characters to depart before the curtain rises again.

The most intriguing is Jamie Paterson. Town have made no secret of their desire to land the Nottingham Forest loanee permanently, but they can get the deal done?

A chance for reflection

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A mere 12 months ago, a Blackpool protest called a halt to the final game of the season after 48 minutes, and it never restarted.

You would get extremely long odds on something similar happening on Saturday - even if the bookies have recently been burned by 5000-1 Leicester City.

How far have Town come in the last year?

They may finish 16th again, or they may finish lower in the Championship, but this provides an opportunity to reflect on the many changes that haven't yet translated into a move up the table.

Excitement and hope are back as the Wagner Revolution gears up for summer recruitment, buoyed by cheap tickets and attractive football.

A new Chief Executive is in place and Wagner has said he has money to spend.

The next act of this long-running drama promises much. Where will we be in May 2017?