Kasey Palmer retains his place in the Huddersfield Town fans' side to take on Reading this weekend.
The Chelsea loanee scored Town's first against QPR last weekend and has been rewarded with his efforts by securing a starting place in the supporter's side.
Town remain two points clear at the top of the Championship having beaten Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's side last time out, but will have to be on top form to break down Jaap Stam's Reading.
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The Royals have started the season well and find themselves out of the playoff spots goal difference, despite low expectations heading into the campaign.
The Town fans picked David Wagner's tried and trusted back five again this week, consisting of Tommy Smith, Chris Lowe, Mark Hudson and Christopher Schindler in front of Liverpool loanee Danny Ward.
Linchpin Aaron Mooy is partnered by Jonathan Hogg and Kasey Palmer in the centre of midfield with Elias Kachunga and Rajiv Van La Parra giving Town width.
Nahki Wells, who has scored five goals in eight appearances against the Royals, is chosen to lead the line.