Huddersfield find themselves with a chance to rise above one of their fellow Premier League strugglers as Fulham come to visit the Terriers on Monday night.
Fulham are just two points ahead in the league and a win for Huddersfield would lift them above the Cottagers in the table.
Here's how David Wagner may line his team up.
3. Goalkeeper & Defence
Jonas Lössl (GK) - After missing the opening two league games of the season, the keeper was reinstated as Wagner's number one. He hasn't missed a game since.
Erik Durm (RB) - The former Borussia Dortmund defender is a player of high quality, but he's part of a squad that's struggled this term. Against Fulham, it could be a great time to turn the season around.
Mathias Jørgensen (CB) - The Danish centre back has four yellow cards to his name this season, one more and he'll pick up a suspension. He'll have to play with intelligence against the feisty Aleksandar Mitrovic.
Christopher Schindler (CB) - Another German, Schindler was actually capped at international level for his national team's Under-21 side. The centre back has been an ever-present in the team this season.
Chris Löwe (LB) - Another favourite of Wagner's, Löwe is one of the first names on the team sheet. Must be that German connection.
Alex Pritchard (RM) - Arguably the most exciting player in this team, Pritchard has disappointed this season, and has yet to register a goal or an assist in the league. He'll have to start contributing soon.
Jonathan Hogg (CM) - The Englishman should start the game in the middle of the park for Huddersfield. It'll be a tough battle coming up against an adversary with the quality of Jean Michael Seri in midfield.
Aaron Mooy (CM) - The Australian is probably the most talented player in this team. If he can start pulling the strings, his side might just have a hope of picking up three points at last.
Philip Billing (CM) - The 22-year-old looks like a good player at times. With one goal to his name this season, Huddersfield fans will be hoping to see a bit more from Billing.
Rajiv van La Parra (LM) - He's returning from injury and looks like he might just be fit enough to start this game. Could be a good boost for the Terriers.
Laurent Depoitre (ST) - If you're main stiker has yet to score a goal after the opening ten league games, he probably isn't going to start. However, Huddersfield really don't have a lot of options. Consequently, Depoitre will probably lead the line.