The Terriers lost last weekend to Nottingham Forest at home in a game which lacked the intensity Carlos Corberan would have wanted from his players. Town will want to put this right having been on a good run previously, with Lewis O'Brien recently signing a contract extension to the delight of the fans. With a good feeling around the club despite the loss, Town need a win to continue punching above their weight in a difficult league.
Town have a mixed record against Swansea City, losing one and winning one, with their recent meeting ending in a 1-2 win at the Liberty Stadium in October 2020. Goals from Harry Toffolo and Josh Koroma secured the win, although Andre Ayew was able to get the Welsh side level from the spot in the 33rd minute.
Below is all you need to know ahead of the contest.
Will Carlos Corberan make several changes after last weeks disappointing defeat to Nottingham Forest?
Whichever striker is selected will be supported by exciting forward Josh Koroma, who registered eight goals and two assists in 20 Championship games last year, before being sidelined by a long-term injury. Pipa, Ryan Schofieldand Aaron Roweare all out through injuries and will sit out this weekend's game.
Ben Cabango came back into the starting XI for the cup game after being reduced to a substitute in the trip to Luton, and he should again occupy a place in the back three this time around.
Swansea: Benda; Cabango, Cooper, Manning, Latibeaudiere, Ntcham, Grimes, Bidwell, Paterson, Piroe, Obafemi.
Huddersfield: Nicholls; Pearson, Lees, Colwill, Tomas, Hogg, O'Brien, Tofollo, Koroma, Ward, Sinani.