Huddersfield Town have not lost a league fixture against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park since January, 1988.

The Terriers have a 29-year unbeaten league record away from home against Crystal Palace, with the Eagles managing only one cup win at home in that period - in January, 1990.

Town have taken on the Eagles 12 times in league competitions since the 2-1 defeat at Selhurst Park, losing just once - in August, 2000 - the season Town were relegated from Division 1.

The man in the middle for Huddersfield Town's Premier League debut

Of those 12 encounters, the team played six at the home of Palace.

All of those matches ended in draws, with a brace of 0-0s, 1-1s and 2-2s.

At home, their record is slightly more interesting over the same period, with Town earning one draw, one loss and four wins - including a 7-1 hiding of Palace back in 1999.

The 2017/18 Premier League season

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The last time Town took on the Eagles on the opening day of the season, the Terriers drew 2-2 with Simon Trevitt and Duncan Shearer getting on the scoresheet.

But that was a rare point for Town in the 1987/88 season, as the Terriers went on to win just six games in Division 2, finishing 19 points adrift of safety and suffering the heaviest defeat in the club's history - 10-1 against Manchester City.