Leeds United visit Sheffield Wednesday hoping to bounce back from a defeat - and are playing a wounded opponent.
The Owls have taken a step back this season after finishing in the play-offs the last two years, and are reeling from successive defeats.
Most damaging was the loss at home to Sheffield United last week, but their loss at Birmingham City last night was almost as galling, handing the Blues their first win since August.
Seeing Leeds rock up at Hillsborough is either the best or worst thing which could happen to Sheffield Wednesday right now.
A win would lift everybody's spirits around the club, and almost wipe out the pain of losing to Sheffield United.
Lose, and all bets are off.
Sheffield Wednesday fans are already frustrated with the lack of progress under manager Carlos Carvalhal this season.
Carvalhal was a revelation in his first season in charge and carried on the momentum last season.
This season there is a sense that he has begun to run out of ideas.
A heavy Leeds United win could be the final straw, and leave Carvalhal heading into the international break fearing for his job.