Here is how Huddersfield and Leeds will line up for today's Championship clash.
Huddersfield Town starting line-up: Murphy; Cranie, Hudson, Wallace, Davidson; Lolley, Whitehead, Billing, Dempsey; Bunn, Wells.
Huddersfield Town starting line-up: Steer, Smith, Vaughan, Carayol, Huws, Holmes, Bojaj.
Leeds United starting line-up: Silvestri; Wootton, Cooper, Bellusci, Berardi; Dallas, Mowatt, Murphy, Cook; Antenucci, Wood.
Leeds United substitutes: Horton, Bamba, Phillips, Adeyemi, Buckley, Botaka, Erwin.
Leeds United travel to Huddersfield Town this afternoon as they look for a second win in a row under new manager Steve Evans.
The Whites claimed their first win under Evans on Tuesday night with a 1-0 victory over Cardiff City, and Evans has unsurprisingly named the same starting line-up.
Liam Cooper and Giuseppe Bellusci start in defence, with Sol Bamba on the bench following his suspension, whilst Scott Wootton starts at right back with Sam Byram out of the squad entirely.
The midfield remains the same, with Stuart Dallas, Alex Mowatt, Luke Murphy and Lewis Cook retaining their places in the team, whilst Mirco Antenucci and Chris Wood start up front.
Striker Lee Erwin has been handed a place on the bench having returned from his loan spell at Bury, and is joined by winger Jordan Botaka and Will Buckley.
Huddersfield appointed new manager David Wagner earlier this week, but the former Borussia Dortmund Under-23 boss won't take charge of the Terriers today.
With experienced Championship players such as Martin Cranie, Mark Hudson and Dean Whitehead, Huddersfield have plenty of veteran experience in their side today, as they look for bragging rights over their Yorkshire rivals.