It's going to be tough against a buoyant Leeds United, but as far as the fans are concerned, there could hardly be a better stage than Elland Road for Chris Powell to collect his first win as Huddersfield Town manager.
One point from six certainly isn’t the start the former Charlton Athletic chief would have wanted, nor is the sight of his side slipping into the Championship’s bottom three, albeit with 39 games still to play.
But Town, still without a number of players through injury, were certainly more resolute and resilient against Wigan Athletic on Tuesday.
The point accrued was a better outcome than that against Middlesbrough last Saturday, but it’s going to take wins to lift Town up the table.
With James Vaughan facing another spell on the sidelines, it might also take a dip into he loan market to freshen things up front.
Chances have been pretty scarce in recent games, making it imperative that more of those which come along are taken.
Powell has to come up with a way of getting the best from Nahki Wells, who has notched four of Town’s 12 goals in nine games so far (there have been 20 conceded).
Jon Stead has scored two, and it could be that the man who sealed last season’s 3-2 home win over Leeds gets the chance of more derby heroics tomorrow.
Powell could also call on Nottingham Forest loanee Radoslaw Majewski for the first time as manager, with Joe Lolley providing another attacking option.
Massimo Cellino’s influence as owner is clear in the make-up of the Leeds squad, with a strong dash of Italian flavouring added to the traditional old West Riding club.
Giuseppe Bellusci looks a rugged operator in the centre of defence, and it was his well-struck free-kick which put United ahead at Bournemouth the other night.
Compatriot Mirco Antenucci made sure of the victory, while right-back Gaetano Berardi and midfielder Tomasso Bianchi were the other starting Italians.
Leeds can also call on Senegalese striker Souleymane Doukara, like Bellusci and Antenucci, brought in from Serie A side Catania.
Billy Sharp, the former Southampton striker who scored against Town when on loan to Doncaster Rovers last season, has also been brought in along with former Town loan defender Liam Cooper.