Huddersfield Town head to Rotherham United on Boxing Day looking to arrest a slide of two consecutive Championship defeats.
Town slipped to a 1-0 loss to Birmingham City at the weekend in a desperately disappointing setback as David Cotterill's second-half free-kick separated the sides.
It was the Terriers' first home defeat since Chris Powell's first match in charge and questions were raised over his cautious team selection, one which ultimately backfired.
So, will the manager make changes to his starting XI for the post-Christmas trip to the New York Stadium to face the Millers?
Powell opted for Grant Holt on his own up top but the Wigan Athletic loanee cut a forlorn figure throughout and failed to offer Town a focal point to their attack.
Could the boss be tempted to bring in either or both of James Vaughan or Nahki Wells to the starting XI to add some much-needed goal threat to his side?
The makeshift defence he fielded turned in a commendable display and were rarely troubled, making a defeat that much harder to swallow after a slack piece of play in the build-up to Cotterill's decisive strike.
Lee Peltier returned in place of Tommy Smith at full-back and did a steady enough job, even if he was unable to help contribute to a clean sheet.
Anthony Gerrard was the man to solve the central defensive conundrum stemmed from Murray Wallace's sending-off at Norwich City and he delivered a strong performance against Clayton Donaldson, but would he remain in your side?
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Powell will be boosted by the return of Wallace from suspension and Joel Lynch may be nearing a first-team return after a troublesome groin injury, so there could be a welcome selection dilemma for the manager.
Midfield is another talking point, with Conor Coady's recent slump continuing on Saturday but would you be tempted to replace him in midfield?
Town do not have many central options, but there is scope for Peltier to be deployed as a defensive midfield or indeed Radoslaw Majewski further forward.
Harry Bunn returned to action at the weekend but neither he nor fellow winger Sean Scannell were able to have the desired impact.
Rotherham lined up in a 4-4-2 last time out in their precious 2-1 win at Wigan Athletic, which lifted them above Town, and so it will be interesting to see whether Powell decides to match up conterpart Steve Evans.
Have your say on what the side to face Rotherham should be with our formation and team selector below.
Results will be published online later today so make sure you choose your starting XI and we'll collate fans' views.