Ian how long have you followed the Terriers?
I would say from 1979- Striker Mark Lillis used to do some coaching for us at school so followed them from then.
In your time as a supporter, what are your highs and your lows?
Highs- Play-off victories at Cardiff and Wembley. Lows - Play off semi at Old Trafford losing to Posh, and personally a drive to Southampton and back in the fog one January - Town scored first and we lost 5-1
Who are the stand out players you've seen at Leeds Road (I know your old enough) and the John Smith stadium?
Mark Lillis, still a Town legend now and had some spells filling in between managers. Ronnie Jepson would put the keeper in the net along with the ball! Jordan Rhodes was good value.
Memorable games at both grounds versus Leeds?
Obviously last year at Elland road, Dallas put Leeds ahead but then Hudson equalised before half time and we went on to win 4-1. To be a bit fairer the last games we both had in League one we shared 2-2 in both.
Key players in your squad this season?
Arron Mooy is world class, Michael Hefele is a fans favorite, a big personality on and off the pitch, made a big impression even before he became a regular in the team. Our Chelsea loan Casey Palmer is class for a 20 yr old.
David Wagner and Dean Hoyle; the dream team?
What can I say? Wagner is better than Klop! Dean Hoyle is a really decent and straight-up Chairman. Dream Team yes!
It's a massive game for both clubs with them both in playoff places, is it win or bust or just another game
Do you see Brighton and Newcastle United going away with the top two places or can they be caught?
After the results this week they can both be caught!
Do you consider your position in the playoffs certain?
I dare not say yes to that, but it's been a great season so far. Town v Leeds at Wembley would be epic!
Prediction and Scorers?
2-1 Wood for Leeds, Kachunga & Palmer for the Terriers.
We'd like to thank Ian for taking the time to do our interview and wish him best of luck for the season. It sure would be brilliant to see both clubs represent Yorkshire in the Premier League again.
By Keith Ingham