Huddersfield's superb first Premier League season continues as they look to take a famous scalp against champions Chelsea and take advantage of an inconsistent Blues side. Here's the Terriers best potential eleven for Tuesday's clash:
The Danish goalkeeper has impressed during his loan spell with Huddersfield, so expect him to continue his run of games on Tuesday night.
After a solid defensive display at home to Brighton on Saturday, David Wagner is very likely to stick with the same back four that shut out the Seagulls on Saturday.
The same back four helped the Yorkshire outfit earn a stunning win over Manchester United back in October, and after watching the Blues crumble at West Ham on Saturday, they will be confident of doing so again here.
Huddersfield are set to go with the same team from Saturday's 2-0 win over Brighton, which includes Jonathan Hogg and Aaron Mooy in defensive midfield, whilst the exciting of trio of Elias Kachunga, Tom Ince and Colin Quaner will support Steve Mounier in pressuring the Chelsea defence further up the pitch.
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Steve Mounie will be full of confidence after his double against Brighton, his first goals since the opening day.
The attacking trio behind him should allow the Benin forward to be part of an exciting attacking lineup and possibly add a second famous scalp to the club's debut Premier League season.