Danny Cowley will steer Huddersfield into their first match under his leadership as they face Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship on Sunday.
Cowley, who was appointed after Huddersfield parted ways with former manager Jan Siewert, left his role at Lincoln to join the club.
The Terriers boss has confirmed that he has a full squad at his disposal ahead of the clash, with no injury concerns amongst the team.
Yet to claim a win and in possession of just one point, Cowley could ring the changes as he attempts to change Huddersfield’s fortunes.
Also under new leadership are rivals Wednesday, who travel to the Kirklees Stadium for their first game under new boss Garry Monk.
Headed up by caretaker manager Lee Bullen since the controversial departure of Steve Bruce, Wednesday sit mid-table having played six matches.
Defensive stalwart Tom Lees could miss Monk’s first fixture in charge, having incurred a hamstring injury whilst warming up for the Owls’ previous game against QPR.
Joe Wildsmith remains sidelined with a long-term injury, whilst Fernando Forestieri starts his six-match suspension on racism charges and will therefore be unavailable.