With just nine games left this Championship season, the race for the automatic promotion slots remains as tight as ever, with Norwich City on top of the pile with 75 points, Leeds United two points behind in second, and Sheffield United two further back in third.
Two of those three will lock horns on Saturday in a game which could have a huge bearing on the top two positions, as the Whites host Chris Wilder's Blades at Elland Road in the day's early kickoff.
Should Marcelo Bielsa's charges triumph on home turf, they'll leapfrog the Canaries back into top spot and edge five points clear of Sheff Utd, while if the visitors win, they'll climb to second and there will be just two points separating the top three.
Daniel Farke's charges, meanwhile, have a 3pm kickoff away at Rotherham United, a side currently in the relegation zone but level on points with 20th-placed Reading, a sign of things being tight at the other end of the table too.
When asked about which side he would rather see win in the Yorkshire derby, Farke is quoted by Sky Sports News as saying: "I don't mind what happens at Elland Road because it's unpredictable what it means for the final table. We can't influence this situation and we are just focused on our Rotherham game.
"These three clubs are in the best position, but I still know West Brom have the quality to add several wins in a row and we have to travel to Middlesbrough soon and they are capable of winning a home game."