BBC staff are ready to roll for Town's trip to Accrington, where only 200 tickets were left on sale today.
Commentator Steve Wilson did interviews at the Interlink Express Stadium last night as the cameras filmed Accrington's first serious training session for Sunday's 1pm live screening.
They are due at Storthes Hall on Friday to report on Town's build-up which, by then, Peter Jackson hopes will include Tony Carss (ankle).
Accrington chairman Eric Whalley said today: "Things are going well at this end and we do expect the last few seats to sell.
"John Coleman has his reports on Huddersfield and is now getting the lads ready for the game, while we've had a final meeting with the police who have underlined a tough stance against any troublemakers.
"People stepping out of line will be arrested and, if they are convicted, they will be banned for life by Huddersfield."
Captain Rob Edwards and winger John Thorrington were still not recovered enough from hamstring and ankle problems respectively to take part in today's Pontin's Reserve game at Barnsley (2.00).
With David Mirfin playing last night and suffering an ankle injury, Phil Senior, Martyn Booty, Dwayne Mattis and Nat Brown were the only members of the senior squad involved.
Reserves - (from): Senior, Collins, Evans, Hardy, McCombe, Booty, Thompson, Mattis, Brown, Young, Walsh, McAliskey, Giles, Walker, Hand, Walls.