Huddersfield Town head to Bolton Wanderers this weekend looking for a first win in four league games and for back-to-back wins in this fixture for the first time since 1949.
Town won on their last visit in 2013/2014 thanks to former midfielder Oliver Norwood's second-half goal but, prior to that, had not secured all three points there since a 3-2 triumph in 1968.
The Terriers have only picked up one point from their last nine, despite having previously gone seven games unbeaten, and drew 0-0 in the Yorkshire derby against Sheffield Wednesday last weekend.
Town manager Chris Powell kept with a 4-5-1 in the goalless stalemate, but Town fans have been crying out for Nahki Wells to be given a go from the outset and that is backed up by supporters selecting 4-4-2 as the formation for their starting XI to face Bolton.
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Town went with two up top at home to Nottingham Forest and ran out comprehensive 3-0 winners, but were overrun in midfield when utilising that formation at Derby County and Powell has opted for Grant Holt as a lone frontman in the last two matches.
We asked you, the fans, to select both the formation and the players you wanted in your starting XI for this weekend's game and here's the starting XI you have picked.
Have you selected Joe Murphy in goal once more ahead of Alex Smithies? Will Paul Dixon get the nod over Jack Robinson at left-back for a third game in succession? And is Wells the man to come in up front?
Simply flick through the gallery above to check out who made the cut and what percentage of the vote each player accrued from the individual votes per position or check out your starting lineup below!