Football: Simon Grayson will look to prove a point in the Championship tomorrow as Huddersfield host his former club Leeds in the West Yorkshire derby.
United sacked Grayson 10 months ago, prompting him to head down the M62 to join the Terriers.
And with his first reunion with his former employers looming, Grayson said: “I have never come out and slaughtered everyone at that football club. I left with a lot of dignity.
“Many things were said when I left and I did not take too kindly to one or two people saying things that didn’t need to be said.”
There is also likely to be no love lost at Selhurst Park, where second-placed Crystal Palace host Brighton.
Seagulls boss Gus Poyet said: “If you haven’t played in a game like this you don’t know so it’s sometimes good to remind them how important it is for everyone associated with Brighton.”
And pride is also on the line at the New Den where in-form Millwall meet Charlton, but the clubs are putting their rivalry to one side to remember the lives of fans Jimmy Mizen (Millwall) and Rob Knox (Charlton) who were killed in violent incidents, with a number of tributes planned.