Huddersfield Town secured an impressive 2-2 draw against Newcastle United in their final pre-season friendly before the 2014/2015 season kicks off on Saturday against Bournemouth.
Town recovered from Toon taking the lead through Emmanuel Riviere as Radoslaw Majewski lashed home a stunning leveller, before Jonathan Stead put the Terriers in the ascendancy with a well-placed finish.
Remy Cabella's late equaliser did little to dampen spirits, which were boosted after a positive performance, but how did each Town player rank?
See our player ratings below.
Smithies - Had no chance of stopping the opeer as Newcastle cashed in on some poor marking but was authoritative whenever the ball came in to his area and was reliable enough when called upon. 6.
Smith - Suffered from a slight lack of protection ahead of him as Cabella found pockets to operate in and he had one or two nervy moments, not least the slack backpass which almost allowed Riviere to steal in and when he left the striker unattended to prod home opener. 5.
Peltier - Controlled the play from the back and appears the perfect foil to Joel Lynch's desire to enter the aerial battle, with Peltier revelling in the battle against Riviere, even if a momentary lapse in concentration allowed him to pilfer the opening goal of the contest. 7.
Lynch - Dominated the ineffective Ferreyra in the air for the entirety of the first half and was also composed with the ball at his feet. His only struggles came when Newcastle strikers ran off of him and found space to work in. 6.
Dixon - Supplied the cross for Radoslaw Majewski's equaliser and was a wiling runner all day long for Town, but his defensive play was less assured, with his positioning for Newcastle's opener particularly questionable. 6.
Hogg - Everything was neat and simple as he offered passes to his team-mates to allow his side to keep things ticking over and put in a few tackles to disrupt the early Newcastle rhythm. 6.
Norwood - Found his range with an array of passes and some of his deliveries from set pieces were also very eye-catching. One early effort whizzed wide and he helped linked the midfield and attack. 6.
Scannell - An impressive first-half showing on the right for the wideman, who showed manager Mark Robins that he has the appetite to play there and have an impact at both ends of the field. Only thing lacking was his final product. 6.
Majewski - The Pole proved just how influential he can be with a stunning strike to equalise for Town and was busy throughout, darting into space and looking to drive his team forwards with some clever passing. 7.
Ward - Will be frustrated with how he performed early on, with one half-chance eluding him as it slipped under his foot. Ward is behind others in the fitness stakes after injury troubles in the close season but will hope for more if selected against Bournemouth this weekend. 6.
Wells - Made some incisive runs at the heart of the Newcastle defence but struggled to truly worry Fabricio Coloccini and Mike Williamson as his hold-up play suffered when challenged by the defensive duo. But his running allowed space to open up for others. 6.
Murphy - Confident in his handling of the ball and dictating orders to those around him in defence when Newcastle launched a foray forward and would have been happy with his display until the late equaliser. 6.
Crooks - A step up in opposition for the young man to contend with but he did so brilliantly and took everything that came at him in his stride. Did not let Riviere's presence faze him other than a shaky piece of defending against sub Rolando Aarons, he coped well with the task at hand. 6.
St Ledger - Robins is running the rule over the central defender and his performance was the sort Robins would have been hoping for until the latter stages, when Cabella was allowed to break free and equalise. 6.
Wallace - Was a fans' favourite throughout the second period for his no-nonsense style, which involved some rugged challenges and some bruising aerial encounters. That said, he was as culpable for Cabella's leveller as St Ledger. 6.
Hammill - Lined up on as the right-wing-back and was neat without possessing the end product to truly hurt Newcastle. His best chance to do so was a second-half strike which he bent just wide after a weaving run. 6.
Sinnott - An impressive performance from the utility midfielder, who showed a combative side to some neat build-up play to allow Town to recycle possession and keep it once they had done so. 7.
Holmes - Was the like-for-like replacement for Majewski and proved it by picking up positions where he was difficult to mark as well as linking up neatly with those around him with some sharp passing. 7.
Billing - The game passed him by at times but his presence was important as it was he who was tasked with breaking up Newcastle attacks and affording the likes of Holmes, Lolley et al to press forward. 6.
Carroll - Gave Town more defensive protection but he was not denied the licence to head forward, something he also did well in. The only complaint would be the lack of quality service he provided, one brilliant early cross for Stead aside. 6.
Lolley - Excellent second-half showing for the youngster, who combined invention with tenacity to help bring Stead into the game and link up neatly with the effervescent movement going on behind him. He also never stopped running. 8.
Stead - A brilliant performance from the second-half skipper, with his goal the perfect way to cap things off after showing great awareness with his build-up play, as well as providing Town with a true focal point they didn't have in the first half. 7.