Huddersfield Town travel to Norwich City this weekend looking to build on a first league win in five against Brentford and hoping to improve their wretched recent away form.
The Terriers have swatted most that have come before them at the John Smith's Stadium since Chris Powell took charge, but it has been a different story on the road and the Terriers boss will hope he can register only his second win on the road this weekend.
They face a side who have experienced similar troubles in Norwich, with the Canaries having won just three times at home this season.
But with injuries to contend with ahead of the trip to Carrow Road, are we likely to see many changes in personnel to the Town starting XI?
Powell did switch to a 3-5-2 during the win over the Bees, with Tommy Smith tucking in as the third central defender but - having forced his way back into first-team reckoning - would any of you pick Anthony Gerrard in that position?
Town's options in midfield may have dwindled after Diego Poyet returned to West Ham United, but the likes of Lee Peltier and Adam Hammill offer options both centrally and out wide.
Likewise, the welcome return to action of James Vaughan against Mark Warburton's side provides Powell with a bigger pool of frontmen to select from, although the manager has admitted he will tread carefully regarding his involvement in the starting XI after such a long spell out.
Will Jack Robinson keep his place in the side after delivering perhaps his best performance to date in the 2-1 success over the Bees?
So who will Powell go for and in what formation?
Norwich boss Neil Adams set his side up in a diamond formation in their 1-0 win at Wigan Athletic last time out and it will be interesting to see whether or not the Terriers manager attempts to counter that in his own choice of formation.
Have your say on what the side to face Norwich should be 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.