Leeds United face relegation battlers Blackpool this weekend, and do so at a dangerous time.
The Tangerines are playing under new manager Lee Clark, and have a couple of fresh additions to their thin squad, ahead of the trip to Elland Road.
A key dangerman looks set to be Norwich City loanee Jacob Murphy, who scored on his debut in a 2-2 draw with Blackpool.
The 19-year-old posted a message on Twitter after the performance, in which he had a message for weekend opponents Leeds, indicating he is full of confidence Blackpool can head to Elland Road and record a win.
Gutted we didn't get the win but amazing shift from the boys. Time to keep this up, roll on Leeds! Amazing travelling fans to!!— Jacob Murphy (@JacobMurphy95) November 5, 2014
Murphy is a real talent to watch out for. Along with twin brother Josh, the pair were a key part of Norwich's 2013 FA Youth Cup winning side.
Also an England youth international, Murphy is on loan at Blackpool until February, and got off to the perfect start against Fulham in midweek.
As well as scoring, Murphy was dangerous, creating two goalscoring opportunities and completing 89 per cent of his passes.
Blackpool may be rooted to the bottom of the Championship with just seven points, and seven adrift of 23rd placed Bolton, but the addition of a talented and confident player like Murphy will give them a lift, and Leeds should not take it for granted that they will get their first win in nine matches when they come to visit this weekend.