Huddersfield Town host Bournemouth as the 2014/2015 Championship season gets underway this weekend, with the Terriers determined to end a positive week on a high.
Despite ongoing rumours surrounding Adam Clayton's future at the club, an encouraging result and performance in a 2-2 draw with Premier League outfit Newcastle United and the signing of Conor Coady have given the club's fans reason for optimism on the eve of the new season.
Town romped to a 5-1 success over the Cherries early on last season as Eddie Howe's side acclimatised to life in the Championship but, having found their feet, they inflicted a defeat on Town in the reverse fixture.
But how much can you remember from the late-January face-off between the two sides? Read our match report below to find out.
Watch: Town reporter Doug Thomson on the season opener against Bournemouth
Calum Woods netted his first goal for Huddersfield Town, but it was not enough to prevent defeat at a sodden Dean Court as Bournemouth ran out 2-1 winners.
Bournemouth's record signing Tokelo Rantie came off the bench to score only his second goal for the club as the Cherries' secured all three points at Town's expense.
There were no goals and not a lot to shout about in the first half as the wet conditions made for a disjointed opening but, as the rain stopped, the goals began to flow after the break.
Both sides entered the contest off the back of fourth-round FA Cup exits to Charlton Athletic and Liverpool respectively and Robins was forced to make two changes with James Vaughan ruled out by a knee injury and Adam Hammill missing out with a dead leg.
In came Nahki Wells and Calum Woods respectively.
And, after Lewis Grabban had put the Cherries in the ascendancy from 12 yards after Tommy Smith felled Marc Pugh, the two incomers teamed up as Woods equalised after latching onto Wells' pass.
But substitute Rantie secured victory with a shot that went in off the post.
The 23-year-old striker has largely misfired since his August move from Malmo for a reported £2.5m, but registered his first home goal and only his second in 19 games to ensure victory.
The torrential downpours looked as if they may put the game under threat of abandonment and it made for a poor first half, but it was the Cherries who dominated the chances.
Alex Smithies was forced into a fantastic double save from Elliott Ward and Harry Arter after just five minutes before denying the lively Matt Ritchie 10 minutes later.
Wells and Danny Ward led the fight for Town, with the former seeing a shot saved by Lee Camp in the Bournemouth goal and a volley go wide, while Ward steered a header just wide from a Smith cross.
Paul Dixon and Oliver Norwood also went close to breaking the deadlock but the game didn't truly get going until after the break, when the first goal did arrive through Grabban, who sent Smithies the wrong way from the spot.
Eddie Howe's side's lead lasted only four minutes, however, as Woods exchanged passes with before the full-back raced into the area and fired high into the net.
Rantie, introduced for Andrew Surman, scored the winner within three minutes of his introduction when Eunan O'Kane set him up for a right-footed effort which went in off the left-hand post.
The Terriers pushed for an equaliser, with Wells seeing another effort foiled by Camp and almost found the elusive second goal in stoppage time, but Ward squandered the opportunity to consign Town to a second successive league defeat.