Burnley will be looking to continue their outstanding form in the Premier League on Saturday when they visit the Kirklees Stadium.
Fresh off the back of their outstanding 2-2 draw against Manchester United on Boxing Day, Burnley will be hoping they can stay on the brink of Europa League qualification going into the new year.
Here's how Dyche could set up this weekend:
Nick Pope has been outstanding in the absence of Tom Heaton in between the sticks for the Clarets, keeping nine clean sheets in the Premier League this season.
With star defender James Tarkowski still missing through a retrospective ban, Kevin Long and Ben Mee will retain their place at centre-back.
Charlie Taylor should also stay in the Burnley first-team, while former Aston Villa defender Mathew Lowton could be drafted in ahead of Phil Bardsley at right-back for the visitors.
Burnley were outstanding at Old Trafford on Tuesday and they should line up in a very similar - if not identical - way this weekend.
Jack Cork and Steven Defour offered the Clarets balance as defensive midfielders, with former Derby star Jeff Hendrick playing slightly more advanced. Jóhann Gudmundsson and Scott Arfield should also keep their place in Dyce's first-team on Saturday.
The Burnley manager could have a headache when it comes to his pick for striker against Huddersfield Town.
Despite Ashley Barnes' outstanding performance against Manchester United earlier in the week, Burnley's record signing, Chris Wood, is on the brink of returning to Burnley's match day squad following an injury that was sustained against Tottenham on December 23.