Huddersfield Town could welcome back gifted attacker Izzy Brown for their highly anticipated Championship clash with fellow promotion hopefuls Fulham on Saturday, according to BBC Sport.
The Terriers look almost sure to command a top-six finish and make the playoffs, with their fate confirmed if they can beat the London outfit at the John Smith Stadium this weekend.
David Wagner will use the clash as a possible warm-up for the playoffs, with a chance that Huddersfield could face Fulham again this season.
The latest report suggests that Brown, who has missed the last four games due to a knee injury, could well play a part in the Championship clash.
One man that will sit out is fellow Chelsea loanee Kasey Palmer, who will not play again this season due to a hamstring injury.
Fulham are on an excellent run of form and have pushed their way past Leeds United into the top six of late.
The Cottagers are set to be without the suspended Chris Martin, with the Scotland international set to watch the game from the sidelines.
Other than that, manager Slavisa Jokanovic does not have any new injury concerns and is expected to field a strong side to face Huddersfield on Saturday.