Tom Marshall-Bailey brings you all the latest updates from the Terriers' second-round Capital One Cup meeting with early Championship table-toppers Nottingham Forest at the John Smith's Stadium.
Good evening and welcome to LIVE coverage of Huddersfield Town v Nottingham Forest in the Capital One Cup second round.
My name is Tom Marshall-Bailey and I will be bringing you all the latest developments from the John Smith's Stadium.
Let's start with some of our pre-match content, starting with everything you need to know about this evening's game.
We will quickly interject to bring you all the team news for this evening, starting with Huddersfield Town, who make three changes to the team that drew 1-1 with Charlton Athletic on Saturday.
Apologies, Town have made four changes this evening. And they are as follows: Adam Hammill, Danny Ward and Jonathan Stead are in for Sean Scannell, Lee Peltier and Nahki Wells respectively.
Joel Lynch starts despite an ankle complaint and is joined by Murray Wallace after his red card was rescinded, while there is a place on the bench for James Vaughan after his return to first-team action on Saturday, but injury doubts Wells and Peltier are not risked and miss out altogether.
Forest, meanwhile, are virtually unrecognisable from the team that beat Reading 4-0 at the weekend, with seven alterations.
Indeed, only Karl Darlow, former Town right-back Jack Hunt, Michael Mancienne and Michail Antonio - two-goal hero in the win over the Royals - retain their place and Eric Lichaj, Jamaal Lascelles, Robert Tesche, Ben Osborn, Henri Lansbury, Jamie Paterson and Lars Veldwijk come in.
Here's some more of our pre-match content, with a quotes piece with Joel Lynch on his eagerness ahead of tonight's game with one of his former employers.
And here's Nahki Wells on his love affair with the Capital One Cup.
Have a glance back at some previous meetings (all two of them) between the two sides in this competition here!
All ever so slightly meaningless with Matt Fryatt only on the substitutes' bench, but here's something on the former Hull City striker looking to repeat his trick of downing Town in the League Cup.
What do you think Town fans?
Can the Terriers beat the table-toppers this evening and progress to the next round?
Have your say in the poll below!
Just while we wait for the teams to finish their respective warm-ups, here's a full comprehensive list of the other Capital One Cup second round matches taking place tonight.
Bournemouth v Northampton Town
Brentford v Fulham
Burnley v Sheffield Wednesday
Crewe Alexandra v Bolton Wanderers
Derby County v Charlton Athletic
Gillingham v Newcastle United
Leicester City v Shrewsbury Town
Middlesbrough v Preston North End
Millwall v Southampton
Norwich City v Crawley Town
Port Vale v Cardiff City
Scunthorpe United v Reading
Swansea City v Rotherham United
Swindon Town v Brighton and Hove Albion
Walsall v Crystal Palace
Watford v Doncaster Rovers
West Ham v Sheffield United
MK Dons v Manchester United
West Bromwich Albion v Oxford United
Lynch was seen having a joke with Forest goalkeeper Karl Darlow on his way out but, more importantly, Dean Hoyle is in attendance this evening.