Cardiff City travel up north once again to take on Huddersfield Town at The John Smith's Stadium.
The Bluebirds are now 10 games without a loss under manager Mick McCarthy and are looking to extend that run and keep the pressure on those in the play-off spots above them.
This is all you need to know about the clash.
What time is Huddersfield Town v Cardiff City kick-off?
Huddersfield Town v Cardiff City kicks off at 7.45pm on Friday, March 7.
Is it on TV?
Yes, the game will be televised live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event, starting at 7pm.
What about live streaming?
Cardiff City will not be streaming the game live to viewers in the UK due to broadcasting rights.
Some overseas viewers will be able to pay to watch the game for £7. The full details on that are here.
You can also follow all the action on our live blog from 5.30pm, which you'll be able to find here.
What is the latest team news?
Cardiff City will be without Joe Bennett after the left-back suffered a horrible ACL injury during the midweek win over Derby County.
The Bluebirds defender has been a mainstay all season and his loss will be a big blow. However, it will likely represent a run in the side for academy prospect Joel Bagan.
Lee Tomlin missed this week's under-23s action due to illness, so he will be unavailable again as he continues his recovery from a groin injury which has kept him out for most of the season.
Jordi Osei-Tutu is due back with the first-team squad next week after recovering from his hamstring problem, too.
Max Watters and Ciaron Brown missed the midweek game with the Rams as they each played a full 90 minutes for the under-23s against Charlton on Monday, but they are now both back in contention.
Isaac Vassell is still missing, though.
For Huddersfield, former Bluebirds striker Danny Ward will be missing with a calf injury. He has played a full match just once for the Terriers all season, the 3-0 defeat by Cardiff back in December.
Rolando Aarons (hamstring), Carel Eiting (knee), Jonathan Hogg (calf), Josh Koroma (hamstring), Christopher Schindler (knee) and Harry Toffolo (back) will all also miss the clash.
What are the latest betting odds?
(Odds courtesy of The Pools, correct at time of publishing)
What have the managers said?
Huddersfield manager Carlos Corberan: "Their results have been very good.
"They have a good dynamic with their new coach. Every team decides what way they play, they are very dangerous on the counter-attacks.
"When I watched Cardiff from the beginning I know they had a good squad. We need to be ready for them and I'm aware of where they are in table.
"They will be a threat."
Cardiff City manager Mick McCarthy: “Everybody wants to play, things are good. Long may that continue. But we've won nowt yet, that's for sure.
"There's no point getting carried away, head in the clouds, everybody gives you a pat on the back and suddenly there's a knife in their hand.
"I don't get carried away by that stuff. Nothing nastily, just the way it is.
"Not a chance in this world I'll be getting carried away. There are a lot of good teams in this league. We'll just keep pecking away (at the top six)."