Colin Todd has not made up his mind who will fill in for Dean Windass against Huddersfield.

Andy Cooke and Danny Cadamarteri are fighting it out to lead City's attack alongside Steve Claridge in Monday's derby.

Like a soap opera plot-line recording two possible endings, Todd planned to run the rule over both combinations in training.

"I'm still mulling it over at the moment and will do for the next couple of days," said the City boss. "I'll try them both out so it won't give too much away.

"Whatever combination I choose will not have played together before but that doesn't hold any fears. They are experienced


Windass has not missed a game since New Year's Day when City won 1-0 at Port Vale. But that was one of only three they have won without him in the 15

occasions he has not played since returning to the club.

"People say we struggle without Windass and I'll be reminding the players of that," said Todd. "It's a great incentive to go out on Monday and prove them wrong.

"When Windass has been out before, we've had youngsters with the likes of Michael Symes and Danny Forrest. But whatever combination we'll have on Monday has plenty of


Claridge has proved a thorn in Huddersfield's side throughout his career. A decade ago he scored as Birmingham clinched promotion at the Terriers and has since netted in each of his last three games against them.

The 39-year-old striker will be looking to open his home account for City after scoring three times on the road at Swindon and Doncaster.