Huddersfield Town will look to build on their second win of the league season on Wednesday when they head to third-placed Wolves.
The Terriers secured their first three points under new manager Chris Powell with a 2-1 victory over Millwall at the weekend thanks to two-goal Nahki Wells as Town also put a halt to their run of 12 games in all competitions without a home win.
The midweek trip to Molineux represents the first time these two sides have met since a 3-1 success for the Terriers at the home of Kenny Jackett's side in 2012/2013, when Sean Scannell and Jermaine Beckford (2) struck.
Wolves could have gone joint top of the Championship alongside Norwich City on Sunday but surrendered their 3-2 advantage in the final moments to draw 3-3 in a pulsating encounter at Reading.
It still leaves Jackett's men third in the league standings however, with the Black Country outfit still boasting the joint-best defensive record in the division despite their collapse at the Madejski Stadium.
Powell does still have injury worries to contend with for Wednesday's game, however, with weekend knocks to captain Lee Peltier and midifielder Jonathan Hogg potentially adding to an injury list which already features Oscar Gobern (toe) and James Vaughan (calf), while Anthony Gerrard is still stepping up his return to fitness after a calf complaint of his own.
Examiner predicted Huddersfield Town starting XI v Wolves:
Smithies; Smith, Hudson, Lynch, Robinson; Scannell, Butterfield, Coady, Bunn; Wells, Holt.
Compared with our predicted XI, the fans' own team selection shows just two changes and they both come in defence, with fans opting for Dixon over Robinson and also deciding to pick Peltier above Tommy Smith in a 4-4-2 system, although that depends on the skipper's fitness.
Powell lined his side up in a 3-5-2 formation against Millwall and was rewarded with a first home win since March but injuries to key personnel could hamper him from doing so again.
26.39% of fans would like to see the same formation utilised once more but 4-4-2 comes out on top with 51.39% of the vote, while 4-1-2-1-2 intriguingly picked up 13.89%.
Having chosen Joe Murphy to replace Alex Smithies for the Millwall clash, Town fans are now firmly backing Smithies once more, with 64.29% of the vote representing some turnaround from just 24.32% last time around.
Right-back was the most evenly-fought position, with 53.33% hoping Peltier can pass a late fitness test and take his place in the team, while 46.67% wanted to see Tommy Smith start.
Mark Hudson was one of the most popularly picked players once again, with 79.31% representing an increase on last week's total of 75.68% after some impressive early performances for the club.
Joel Lynch is once again selected to be the central defensive partner at 62.07% after his outstanding performance at the weekend, meaning Murray Wallace (10.34%) must settle for a place on the bench once more.
Left-back was another area which saw a change courtesy of the fans, with Paul Dixon selected for first-team duty once again with a 72.41% share, while Jack Robinson - who continues to start under Powell - received just 27.59% in return.
Sean Scannell's continued upsurge shows no signs of slowing under Powell's stewardship and the winger collected 65.52% of the vote to play on the right flank, while the seemingly exiled Adam Hammill was the next choice with 20.69%.
Central midfield was yet again a simple exercise for Town fans, with Conor Coady and Jacob Butterfield taking the two respective berths in the middle with 51.75% and 44.83% respectively.
There were some calls for Jonathan Hogg - who put in a much-improved display at the weekend - to be named in the XI, with 13.79% believing he is worthy of a starting place.
The only player to obtain a higher share of any one vote than Hudson was Harry Bunn, who was outstanding again in the 2-1 win over Ian Holloway's side and a stunning 82.76% of fans want to see him strut his stuff once more.
The loan signing of Grant Holt has bolstered Powell's attacking options and the voting indicates that the new frontman is the only option alongside Wells, with 58.62% selecting the 33-year-old and the latter gained 62.07% in a separate vote.
Huddersfield Town fans' starting XI v Wolves:
Smithies; Peltier, Hudson, Lynch, Dixon; Scannell, Butterfield, Coady, Bunn; Wells, Holt.