LINCOLN keeper Alan Marriott is expecting "two massive games" against Town in the play-offs.
The 25-year-old stopper, who was voted Lincoln's `Away Player of the Year,' will be looking to add to his 17 clean sheets for Keith Alexander's seventh-placed club by denying Andy Booth, Pawel Abbott and Co at Sincil Bank.
"Huddersfield are a dangerous team who will be fired up for the game probably just as much as we will," said Marriott.
"I'm sure their manager will give them a kick up the backside and our gaffer will do the same to us leading up to Saturday's game.
"When Huddersfield have got a full squad to choose from, they are one of the strongest sides in this division.
"They've had a few injuries and suspensions towards the end of the season but they've still managed to pick up some good results to finish fourth."
Talented Marriott was on duty when Town won 2-1 at the McAlpine with Abbott's controversial `offside' goal allowed by ref George Cain.
Now, he can't wait to try and make amends.
"Both legs of our play-off semi-final will be a sell-out, they've got a big following and there's a bit of rivalry, so it will be very interesting," said Marriott, who has another year of his contract to run with Lincoln.
"They will obviously be two massive games and we are looking forward to them very much."