A first-half goal from captain Billy Sharp gave Sheffield a 1-0 win against Huddersfield in a dreary undertaking at Bramall Lane.
Sharp got following 15 minutes to procure the Edges a fifth triumph in six Sky Bet matches.
The outcome lifts Sheffield level on focuses with leaders Burnley, who have a game close by, while Huddersfield stay at the foot of the table.
Blades supervisor Paul Heckingbottom rolled out three changes to the group that won 1-0 at Cardiff last month, with Anel Ahmedhodzic, Ciaran Clark and James McAtee coming in.
Huddersfield coach Mark Fotheringham likewise made a threesome of changes from the goalless attract at home to Swansea, with Will Boyle, Duane Holmes and Danny Ward joining the starting eleven.
The Blades were on top and started to lead the pack through striker Sharp following 15 minutes.
Back from the World Cup and straight into the teams line-up selection, Iliman Ndiaye played an inch-amazing pass through the Huddersfield defence and the captain dinked the ball shrewdly over the onrushing Lee Nicholls.
The home side had no genuine obvious possibilities following that goal in the main period however were agreeable under lock and key, with the Terriers offering very little going ahead.
A fan running onto the field to the middle circle was ostensibly the most intriguing thing to happen following Sharp’s opener.
The away side started to show more commitment after the span, with Kaine Kesler-Hayden putting his work from inside the case simply wide. Blades manager Wes Foderingham was called right into it on several events, yet his recoveries were standard.
Ndiaye was the main player showing any genuine imagination for one or the other side, however the Senegalese adolescent couldn’t exactly connect up with his strike accomplice as he did in the first half.
Sheffield added a level to their midfield by welcoming on Sander Berge, who has recuperated from a physical issue which saved him uninvolved for a considerable length of time.
Substitute Reda Khadra’s diverted exertion kept Nicholls honest and Ahmedhodzic most likely ought to have improved his header from Oliver Norwood’s corner.
The Terriers welcomed on previous Sheffield Wednesday striker Jordan Rhodes with time expiring trying to track down a balancer, and it ended up being a brazen last couple of seconds for the home side. Causing them a deep sense of help, they figured out how to see out the game and guarantee the triumph.