Huddersfield Town are 90 minutes away from finding out if their incredible 2021/22 Championship campaign will conclude with a trip to Wembley or not.
The Terriers, who ended the second-tier season in third place, drew 1-1 in the first leg against Luton Town at Kenilworth Road.
Now preparing for the visit of the Bedfordshire outfit, Carlos Corberan will be hoping for more of the same from his side who have been excellent all season.
Here, we take a look at two selection dilemmas that Corberan currently has ahead of tonight’s clash with the Hatters…
Sorba Thomas from the start?
Missing the last three matches of the ordinary season, which proved to be the only league matches he missed during the 2021/22 campaign, Sorba Thomas came on for the last five minutes on Friday evening.
It now remains to be seen what the immediate plan is from Corberan, and whether he will be chucked into the starting XI.
A real creative asset for the Terriers to have in the side, his ability in the final third, combined with his dead ball productivity, makes him someone who could determine the outcome of the tie.
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Duane Holmes and Danel Sinani were also extremely influential during the first tie, making it that little bit more difficult for Corberan.
A Levi Colwill return?
Levi Colwill sat on the bench for the visitors in Bedfordshire on Friday evening, with Corberan revealing after the match that he had been ill during the week.
Naby Sarr was therefore handed starting XI responsibilities, and whilst he performed to a high standard on the night, Colwill has proven to be a regular starter this season.
An excellent ball carrier, Colwill’s maturity and defensive intelligence makes him an excellent option for this second leg, with the teenager also proving to emerge more dominant with his battles.