Watford are looking to put some breathing room between themselves and the Premier League relegation zone when they travel north to Burnley on Wednesday night.
Claudio Ranieri has overseen a rollercoaster run of results since taking over in November but now is the time for a degree of consistency as fixtures come thick and fast.
Here's the starting XI the manager could pick...
1. Goalkeeper & defenders
Daniel Bachmann (GK) - Continues to deputise for Ben Foster, but yet to concede fewer than two goals in any game so far.
Kiko Femenia (RB) - Has benefitted from Ranieri's arrival and has played 90 minutes in six successive games since the start of November.
Francisco Sierralta (CB) - Still potentially a doubt but could be back after resuming full training following a thigh injury.
Craig Cathcart (CB) - The constant at the back this season. It probably hasn't helped having a revolving door of centre-back partners.
Adam Masina (LB) - Could be back from injury after missing the last two games. An upgrade on Danny Rose.
Tom Cleverley (CM) - Has started five Premier League games in a row since impressing against Manchester United but usually doesn't last 90 minutes.
Juraj Kucka (CM) - Set for a second successive start, having previously come on at half-time against Manchester City recently.
Moussa Sissoko (CM) - Has taken over the captaincy since Ranieri was appointed and has been an ever-present during that time.
Emmanuel Dennis (RW) - Watford's most consistent goal threat in recent weeks, racking up four goals in his last five appearances.
Joshua King (ST) - Five goals to his name this season but none in the last three games. Could return to the 'number nine' role after playing wide.
Joao Pedro (LW) - Could come back into the starting lineup after his run of recent starts came to an end against Brentford.