The Terriers are yet to pick up a win so far this season, and are currently languishing towards the bottom of the table after their opening five matches. David Wagner will be desperate to pick up a win sooner rather than later to help propel his side back up the standings.
Here's a look at how they could potentially lineup on Saturday...
1. Goalkeeper & Defenders
Jonas Lossl (GK) - Ben Hamer's injury layoff means that Lossl will keep his place between the sticks.
Christopher Schindler (CB) - The German defender has featured in all of Huddersfield's matches so far this season and is a certainty to remain in the starting XI.
Zanka (CB) - The only match Zanka missed this season was the 6-1 defeat against Manchester City, demonstrating how important he has become for Huddersfield.
Terrance Kongolo (CB) - Kongolo is a slight injury concern as he looks to recover from a knock, but he should be fit to start.
Florent Hadergjonaj (RM) - A versatile player who can play in a variety of positions, Hadergjonaj may be forced to track back on the right flank rather than bomb forward.
Aaron Mooy (CM) - The Australian will be act as the creative influence in the centre of the park.
Phillip Billing (CM) - Huddersfield's standout performer this season, Billing will provide balance to the midfield as Mooy surges forward.
Chris Lowe (LM) - Similar to Hadergjonaj, defending will be the priority for Lowe.
Adama Diakhaby (RW) - David Wagner is still looking his most effective forward line, so he could provide a second consecutive start for the French winger.
Ragiv van La Parra (LW) - The Dutchman is yet to pick up a goal or assist so far this season, but he should get the nod to start again.
Steve Mounie (ST) - The big striker has to start getting his name on the score sheet to warrant his place in future squads.