This will probably be the first and last time that we get to play Huddersfield at Aggborough for quite a while. If we play the same way as we did at Carlisle yesterday it'll be a very long time with us in the Conference and the Terriers in the 2nd Division.
They beat Southend 1-0 at the McAlpine Stadium yesterday with a goal from Pawel Abbott. They had no injuries from the game so the ones that were missing before that, Iffy Onuora (knee), Nat Brown (groin), Lee Fowler (ankle and hernia), Adnan Ahmed (hernia), Ian Gray (hand) and Nathan Clarke (ankle) will also miss the game at Aggie.
We had no new injuries either so Dean Bennett (knee), Kenny Coleman (groin) and Adam Willis (neck) will continue to miss out and so could Dean Keates. He has missed the last three games through suspension but has now got a slight knee injury. This could be a bit of flannel from Molby though.
There could be some changes to the way we line-up though with all players, apart from John Danby, getting a blast from Jan Molby at Carlisle.
Expect to see Scott Rickards return to the side and Lee Jenkins back on the bench after clearly not being match fit following his long term lay off. Upfront there could be a rare start for Jesper Christiansen after a less than convincing display from John Williams and at the back a start for Steve Burton in place of Scott Stamps.
This is yet another one that we must win now that we are slowly being dragged back into the relegation zone. After that kick in the backside at Brunton Park I think we'll get at least a point.
Danby, Brock, Stamps, Gadsby, Burton, Hatswell, Jenkins, Murray, M Yates, Hinton, Keates, Parrish, S Brown, L Clarke, Ward, Christiansen, Rickards, J Williams, Foster.
Rachubka, Booty, Edwards, S Yates, Hughes, Thompson, Carss, Abbott, Schofield, Harkins, Senior, Sodje, Scott, Worthington, Mattis, Holdsworth, Martin, Booth, Lloyd, Mirfin, McCombe, Giles, McAliskey.