Huddersfield play hosts to Bournemouth on Saturday in the Premier League hoping to secure back-to-back home wins for the first time this season.
Their recent 1-0 loss to Brighton all but assured their relegation to the Championship next season, but Jan Siewert will be desperate to give the home faithful something to cheer about before the end of the season.
Here is how Huddersfield could lineup for Saturday's clash.
1. Goalkeeper & Defenders
Jonas Lossl (GK) - A mainstay of the team this season after regaining his spot from Ben Hamer August, the Dane will start again on Saturday.
Florent Hadergjonaj (RB) - Came on after 20 minutes in the defeat at Newcastle but didn't retain his place against Brighton. However, due to injuries, he could be given another opportunity this weekend.
Christopher Schindler (CB) - Schindler was impressive in the win over Wolves and he will need to put in a similar performance if Huddersfield are to keep a clean sheet against Bournemouth.
Terence Kongolo (CB) - Scored in this fixture back in December, as the Terriers lost 2-1 on the south coast. Was the defender's only goal for his club this season.
Eric Durm (LB) - A top player in Germany for Borussia Dortmund, the left back hasn't quite lived up to his potential in Yorkshire, due to a mix of injuries and form.
Juninho Bacuna (CM) - Has had a good run of games in the side since Siewert took charge, however, should feature in midfield on Saturday after starting in an unfamiliar right back role against Brighton.
Aaron Mooy (CM) - The Australian is arguably the club's most talented player, with an excellent range of pass and ability with dead balls.
Philip Billing (CM) - Has drawn the attention of some bigger sides across Europe this season, regardless of Huddersfield's poor position in the table.
Alex Pritchard (CAM) - The former Tottenham man was missed while out through injury, and will offer the creativity and flair that the home side so desperately crave.
Steve Mounie (ST) - Scored the only goal as Huddersfield snatched a late win over Wolves in their last home match, with similar such heroics surely in the Benin striker's mind ahead of Saturday.
Karlan Grant (ST) - The youngster signed from Charlton has impressed with his energy and endeavour since making the move north. Has so far scored just once in four matches for the club, a tally that leaves him third in his side's top scorers chart.