Two sides in need of a win meet in the EFL Championship this weekend as Sheffield Wednesday face Huddersfield Town.
Sheffield Wednesday currently sit rock bottom of the EFL Championship with two draws and eight losses from their first ten games of the season.
It's been a miserable, miserable opening couple of months of the Championship season for The Owls who find themselves winless after ten matches.
Little was expected of them as they came into the season amidst a moment of turmoil behind the scenes and that's very much been reflected in their start to the season as they enter this game having lost four of their last five matches including their last three on the bounce.
Their most recent game saw them fall to a 1-0 loss away at West Bromwich Albion, a result that means they've now gone three games without scoring a goal.
In fact, their record in front of goal has been a real concern for a while now given they've scored just one goal in their last six matches. Unless they can find a way to become more threatening going forward it feels unlikely they'll be able to drag themselves out of this current predicament.
It's a tough time to be an Owls fan right now and it's hard to see where their first win is going to come from. This is the easiest game, on paper at least, they've had in a while so if three points don't come here then they may have to wait forever.
Huddersfield Town currently sit 19th in the EFL Championship with two wins, four draws and four losses from their first ten games of the season.
It's been a tough start to the campaign for the Terriers who are under the guidance of a new manager in Darren Moore, who ironically left Sheffield Wednesday in the summer after gaining promotion with them last season, following Neil Warnock's resignation.
Moore is still searching for his first win as Huddersfield manager after three games having drawn two and lost one of his first three games in charge.
Their most recent game saw them fall to a firm 4-1 hammering away at Birmingham City in what was worrying result for the Terriers who were battered from pillar to post.
They have an excellent chance to make amends here against a side winless in the division but likewise if they fall to a defeat it will not go down well.
For our Sheffield Wednesday vs. Huddersfield prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.