News of a likely friendly against Liverpool is exciting Huddersfield Town fans.

A clash with the side bossed by David Wagner’s best mate Jurgen Klopp would certainly pull in the punters.

It would also form a key part of thre pre-season build-up.

Here are 10 other top Town friendlies:

Glasgow Rangers, September 1926

Town had just completed their celebrated hat trick of league titles, so this was an unofficial ‘Battle of Britain’.

More than 12,000 turned out at Leeds Road to see the men from Scotland lift the Huddersfield Infirmary & Victoria Nurses’ Charity Cup with a 2-1 win.

Around £495 was raised for local hospital services in the days before the NHS.

Stade Rennais, May 1951

The Festival of Britain was an organised nationwide event to promote positivity in the aftermath of the Second World War.

It included a series of special football matches, and Town faced top French opposition.

There were 12,139 present to see Harold Hassall and Jimmy Glazzard each score twice in a 5-1 win.

Independiente, January 1954

Jimmy Glazzard was the top flight’s leading scorer this season with 32 goals.

And he was on target as crack Argentinian side Independiente were beaten 3-2.

The 20,042 crowd remains the highest-ever for a Town home friendly.

Hibernian, March 1956

The Edinburgh side had become the first British team to enter the European Cup and were on their way to the semi-finals.

Their forward line was known as the ‘Famous Five’.

But Town earned a 3-2 victory in a match which attracted 13,490.

Borussia Dortmund, August 1967

David Wagner’s old club charged £1,500 to turn out in the West Riding.

That meant Town made £231 on the receipts generated by an 8,821 crowd.

Joe Harper scored the only goal of a game interrupted by a violent thunderstorm which forced the players off for a spell.

Blackburn Rovers strikers Chris Sutton, left, and Alan Shearer with the Premier League title trophy in 1995.

Blackburn Rovers, August 1995

The Premier League champions arrived to officially open what was then the Alfred McAlpine Stadium.

And 11,346 rolled up to see Ray Harford’s Rovers (he had just replaced Kenny Dalglish at the Ewood helm).

Town favourite Andy Booth notched in a 1-1 draw.

Leeds United, August 1996

Town’s neighbours have always proved crowd pullers for friendlies.

On this occasion, there were 15,502 inside the stadium.

The game against Howard Wilkinson’s Premier League side finished goalless.

Middlesbrough, July 1999

Paul Gascoigne was the star attraction for this pre-season showdown.

A 5-2 defeat was witnessed by 7,890.

Chris Beech and Danny Schofield were on target for Town.

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Arsenal, August 2008

Town celebrated their centenary in style by taking on Arsene Wenger’s Gunners.

The visitors lifted the Herbert Chapman Memorial Trophy with a 2-1 win in front of 19,044.

James Berrett scored for Town, Sanchez Watt and Nacer Barazite for Arsenal.

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Newcastle United, July 2009

It might have been a friendly, but it was fairly feisty!

The main flash point was a skirmish between newly-signed striker Lee Novak and Fabricio Coloccini.

A 9,691 crowd saw the Magpies win 1-0.