Huddersfield Town are aiming for a first away win since October when they visit Norwich City this weekend and hoping for back-to-back wins for only the second time this season after last weekend's 2-1 win over Brentford.
The Terriers kept up their impressive home form this term with a deserved triumph over the high-flying Bees to move up to 15th in the league table but they have won just twice on the road all season.
But Norwich have hardly had it all their own way at Carrow Road and will be looking for only their second home win since the opening month of the campaign when the two teams face off this weekend.
Here are the three battles which could decide the meeting between the two teams as Town look to build on three valuable points from last time out.
Carlos Cuellar v Grant Holt
The Spaniard arrived at Carrow Road on a free in the summer after leaving Sunderland and despite having only played 180 minutes so far this season, he was instrumental in the Canaries' 1-0 win at Wigan Athletic last weekend.
He has quickly forged a reliable central defensive partnership alongside club captain Russell Martin and it would be something of a surprise if he was demoted for this weekend's encounter.
Cuellar is exactly the sort of rugged defender required to nullify former Carrow Road goalscoring sensation Holt, who is still a much-revered figure in Norfolk after helping the Canaries to the Premier League from League One through back-to-back promotions.
He will head back to East Anglia with a point to prove, particularly as his loan spell with the Terriers nears an end.
The Wigan Athletic loanee showed signs of being back to his best as a battering ram of a centre forward with an all-action display and he will have to offer similar presence up front against his former employers.
Alexander Tettey v Jacob Butterfield
Another former Canary now in the blue and white stripes of Town and he comes up against a midfielder in Tettey who has been one of Norwich's most consistent midfield performers so far in 2014/2015.
The Norwegian international is a neat passer of the ball from a deep midfield base, is strong in the tackle and has shown in the past that he has a keen eye for goal, as his stunning strike against Sunderland last season will testify.
He has got on the scoresheet twice already this season and also has an assist to his name, but he will be wary of leaving too much space to a craftsman such as Butterfield, who will be keener than most to make an impression.
The midfield schemer admitted at the pre-match press conference that his spell in East Anglia stalled his career and, though there are no regrets, his determination to prove what the Canaries missed out on is evident.
He played a key but understated role in his side's third goal in the win over Brentford and looked to thrive as part of the midfield three upon Jonathan Hogg's return to the side.
Nathan Redmond v Jack Robinson
A dazzling winger of Premier League quality against a left-back on loan at Town from a Premier League club and one finally beginning to realise his potential.
Robinson struggled to get to grips with the intensity of the football played at this level at the start of the season but is becoming an increasingly assured figure in the Terriers backline and his performance against Brentford was his best to date.
He not only provided defensive nous and strength when the Bees turned up the heat late on, but he also offered Town an added dimension in attack, something he has previously been accused of lacking.
Against Redmond - should he start - however, he will be given a tough examination of just how far he has come, with the Canaries wideman starring in their 2-1 win over Bolton and playing a key part in a performance full of attacking quality but devoid of the defensive equivalent against Brighton and Hove Albion in a 3-3 draw.
He is a bag of tricks, quick across the ground and adept with either foot and is capable of stepping up and being his side's matchwinner when the likes of strike duo Cameron Jerome and Gary Hooper fail to fire.