It's a quick turnaround for David Wagner and his men.
After victory at Blackburn Rovers on Saturday , when Player of the Year contender Nahki Wells notched his 17th goal of the campaign, Huddersfield Town are back on the road again - this time at Rotherham's New York Stadium.
But Ian Holloway has backed Town to prevail in the final Yorkshire derby of the season.
David Wagner also has his eyes on achieving a few more targets before the end of the season.
So who triumphs?
Stick with us for all the build-up and follow every kick live with us right here all evening.
On to Birmingham
Back home at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday for the visit of Birmingham. The penultimate home encounter of the season!
I’ll be back to guide you through that game.
Until then, thanks for following and enjoy the rest of your week....
Doug Thomson's match report
The boss says his side deserves this point.
“It isn’t the easiest challenge if you are 1-0 down at Rotherham. This wasn’t one of the best matches I have watched in my career but I was pleased with the fighting attitude my squad showed today against a game plan a little different to ours.
“Throw ins and corners are part of the game and they were dangerous. We did ok but from the technical side we were a little bit sloppy and had some problems with the first touch.”
View from the opposition...
And Town have certainly impressed at least one Rotherham fan
Officially, mathematically safe
Two telling facts
That one point mathematically secured safety. No ifs, no buts, safety.
Would you have taken the point beforehand? Lee Camp was voted Man of the Match here tonight, which tells a story. Rotherham resorted to long ball tactics throughout, which Hudson and Lynch were happy to head away for the majority of the 90 minutes. The better chances went the way of David Wagner’s men.
FT Rotherham 1-1 Town
The points are shared at the New York Stadium thanks to a first half goal apiece. Both sides went for it but neither could find the winner.
93. Not great. Matmour with a long distance effort that is way off target to curtail a Town attack.
Three minutes added
90. Three more minutes to be played. Time for a late winner?
Late sub from Wagner
89. Final throw of the dice... and viva Sean Scannell is the cry from the away end as the winger comes on for Joe Lolley.
Town goal ruled out!
88. The away fans celebrate but the linesman’s flag has ruled out a second Town goal! Flag was up well before the ball was struck.
85. Both sides pressing for a winner. Town do well to keep Rotherham penned into the corner and Matmour eventually wins a corner but Camp is able to collect easily.
Rotherham free kick cleared
83. Free kick conceded by Davidson and Steer punches clear. That looked ominous for a second!
Now Town go close, with Lynch obliging the away fans with a decent effort from distance that isn’t that far wide.
Wells denied by Camp!
81. He’s desperate for a second Nahki Wells, and he’s only denied by the hands of Lee Camp! Ten minutes for one of these sides to find a winner...
79. Argh! Town fans thought that was in! And it wasn’t far away from Nahki Wells, who curls the ball just past the post from 20 yards out.
Long throw central
76. Oof! Rotherham love a long throw and that one nearly pays off!
Scramble in the Town box after Ward wins the first header but after a worrying few seconds Steer can collect.
Assistant ref sub!
67. Stoppage here as the assistant ref is injured and needs replacing by the fourth official.
Cue the away fans singing loud and proud during the break.
63. First change for the hosts and it’s our old friend Leon Best. The former trialist will be desperate to break Town hearts.
He replaces Matt Derbyshire.
60. Town reply with a big opportunity of their own almost immediately. Lolley twists into the box past two defenders and lets fly but Camp equal to it.
The ball is out behind and Town fans screaming for a penalty from that corner as Matmour and then Paterson tumble in the area but absolutely nothing doing from the ref there.
Wagner really not happy either. Matmour had the much stronger claim there for me.
Rotherham should score!
59. Big chance for the visitors! Grant Ward heads wide from Danny Ward’s cross, Easily the best chance for either side since the goals
Double change for Town
57. Time for a change, says David Wagner. He’s twisting here.
Rajiv van La Parra and Harry Bunn are coming off, but the replacements are Jamie Paterson and Karim Matmour.
van La Parra does well
55. Good work from RVLP on the left, twice he gets beyond the full back and to the byline but the first cross is blocked and the second confidently claimed by keeper Camp.
Nahki wants a free kick
53. Richard Wood climbing on Wells at the half way line but nothing doing from the ref - who has also ignored a claim for a Rotherham free kick in a dangerous position.
Bit scrappy this.
Nearly 2000 away fans
1,852 have made the journey from Huddersfield tonight in a crowd of just over 10,000. Excellent support.
Long ball games
50. “Get it to feet, don’t lump it!” screams a man behind me. Rotherham had a free kick in their own half which was launched forward and after Lynch cleared it, it as hoofed back again. Can understand his frustration.
45. Back to the action with the scores all square. More goals please Town!
Players back with us
The announcer is excited about this at any rate. So might everyone else be to be fair, but impossible to hear anything above the music which is BLARING out. You might be able to hear it back in Huddersfield.
Would you make any changes at the break?
Difficult start for Town there, who didn’t get going until the goal. Wells now giving the centre backs nightmares with his movement, but van La Parra struggling to make an impact on the left wing.
Lynch and Hudson have been required to clear the ball on numerous occasions - Rotherham unafraid to use a long ball (or throw!) into the box.
Wells for Player of the Year?
Is he your star as well? Or are you voting for someone else?
Don’t forget to cast your vote via the voting page here. Winner announced at the Town end of season awards do on May 1.
HT Rotherham 1-1 Town
All square at the break after Nahki Wells equalised to cancel out Greg Halford’s opening goal.
Town have been much better since that goal, which came out of absolutely nowhere! Away fans in good voice, supporting their team and getting on the back of the assistant referee!