The Terriers have endured a nightmare start to the campaign, with three losses in three games in all competitions under new boss Danny Schofield.
Stoke City have experienced a mixed start to the new season, with one win and two losses in all competitions so far.
Midweek also saw them lose in the cup, a 5-3 penalty defeat to Morecambe after a 0-0 draw inside 90 minutes.
The Potters remain without long-term absentees Nick Powell and Harry Souttar with knee and ACL injuries respectively.
Nicholls; Turton, Edmonds-Green, Lees, Nakayama, Ruffels; Thomas, Hogg, Russell, Anjorin; Ward.
Bursik; Wilmot, Taylor, Flint; Clarke, Laurent, Baker, Smallbone, Tymon; Gayle, Brown.
Ones to watch
His second spell at the Terriers began in 2020 and he has netted 11 in 50 games in all competitions, including 10 last season as he played a pivotal role in their run to the playoff final.
27-year-old Baker has quickly made himself one of Michael O'Neill's most important players since joining Stoke from Chelsea in January of this year. A combative midfielder, he scored eight goals in the second half of last season for the Potters as he made an instant impact at his new permanent home.
Stoke are Baker's second permanent club, after eight loan spells between 2015-2021 saw him join the likes of Leeds United and Trabzonspor. His recent form saw him named club captain of the Potters this summer, and he is set to play another huge part at the club throughout this campaign.
Where is the game being played?
The game is being held at the John Smith's Stadium in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
What time is kick off?
Kick off is at 15:00 BST, on Saturday, August 13.
How can I watch?
The game will not be televised in the United Kingdom and Ireland, but is available for purchase on iFollow for fans overseas.