Last Huddersfield Town game before turkey, presents and Santa Claus.

Brentford is the destination for this weekend's Championship clash and players and management will be keen to give supporters the gift of three points.

They go into the game on a winning note after goals from Muzzy Carayol and Ishmael Miller gave supporters some festive cheer against Rotherham on Tuesday and will be hoping to build some momentum with consecutive wins.

Here's everything you need to know about the game at a glance....

Kick off

Saturday 19 December, 3pm, Griffin Park, Brentford

Referee

Philip Gibbs

Team News

Huddersfield Town : Philip Billing has only just returned to training so will be unavailable, but Emyr Huws and Martin Crainie hope to be in contention after missing out on Tuesday with minor niggles.

Huddersfield Town V Bristol City. Emyr Huws's missed penalty shot.

Dean Whitehead remains on the sidelines until the New Year.

Brentford : Jota (ankle) and Josh McEachran (foot) are likely to begin the game on the bench but Marco Djuricin is back in contention.

Manager's Notes

David Wagner: “I think it is normal to work hard; it is nothing special. In my opinion, it is the same in any job; you need to work hard. I have the feeling that everybody recognises the steps the players have made in the right direction and any success is because of work.

“We will meet a team on Saturday that plays football on the pitch. They have good footballers and are able to score, but they sometimes have some problems in defence.

“I think it could be a good football game, because both teams try to play football on the pitch."

Dean Smith: “David Wagner has gone in and instilled his own stamp on how they play. They’ve been quite successful, not results wise but performances. I’ve had them watched the last two or three games and they’ve been very impressive.”

“It takes a whole to settle in but they’ve got good players there and it will be a tough game and they will be looking to press us hard."

Betting Latest

The hosts are favourites with the bookies - a Brentford win is currently 21/20 while you can get 11/4 on Huddersfield collecting all the points.

David Wagner has won two of his five games in charge with both being a 2-0 scoreline - the same at Griffin Park is 20/1.

Huddersfield Town v Rotherham Utd. John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield. Ishmael Miller goal celebrations.

We've told you both teams are good to score - and that's reflected in the markets with that bet available at 8/13.

Harry Bunn is 10/1 to score first or if you fancy backing Ishmael Miller to continue his goalscoring exploits, the striker is 9/1 to open the scoring.

The Last Time

Harry Bunn's equalising goal proved in vain last time the Terriers visited Griffin Park in March 2015.

The Bees went on to win 4-1 with Chris Long grabbing two, and one apiece for Alex Pritchard and Jon Toral.

Form Guide

Huddersfield's last five:

Dec 15 (h) Rotherham United W 2-0

Dec 12 (h) Bristol City L 1-2

Dec 5 (a) Birmingham W 2-0

Nov 28 (h) Middlesbrough L 0-2

Nov 21 (a) Sheff Wed L 1-3

Brentford's last five

Dec 15 (a) Cardiff City L 2-3

Dec 12 (a) Fulham D 2-2

Dec 5 (h) MK Dons W 2-0

Nov 30 (a) Bolton D 1-1

Nov 21 (h) Nottingham Forest W 2-1

Match Facts

Alan McCormack has scored more league goals versus Huddersfield than any other team (3).

Huddersfield have won four of their last six league meetings with the Bees, finding the net in each clash (D1 L1).

Alan Judge has provided 20 assists for teammates since the start of last season - no player in the top four tiers has more than him in this time (Matt Ritchie and Cesc Fabregas also on 20).

The Terriers have missed each of their last three penalties in the Championship.

Both teams have scored in five of Brentford's last six league games.

Huddersfield have won only two of their last 12 away games (D5 L5).

Further Reading

Ups and downs of Huddersfield Town's games at Brentford

Harry Bunn targets another goal, a clean sheet and a victory as Huddersfield Town head to Brentford

Huddersfield Town at Brentford: Ishmael Miller vs James Tarkowski and other key battles

Huddersfield Town's next opponents Brentford taking innovative approach to promotion bid

Opposition in numbers: The only difference between Huddersfield Town and Brentford is goals, goals, goals

Why Joel Lynch holds the key to Huddersfield Town's back line

Brentford v Huddersfield Town: A good time for festive fixture congestion and more things to look out for

Brentford v Huddersfield Town: Pick your Terriers XI