The FA Cup third-round is a real red-letter day for football fans.
Here’s how Huddersfield Town have fared the last five seasons they have been involved:
2014-15 READING (H) L 0-1
Chris Powell suffered a disappointing defeat in his first cup-tie as Huddersfield Town manager.
And to make matters worse, midfielder Jonathan Hogg was sent off for two bookable offences.
James Vaughan spurned a decent first-half chance, heading over from a Jack Robinson cross.
And Town paid the price when Nick Blackman netted on 69 minutes in front of a 7,980 crowd.
His shot from Hal Robson-Kanu’s pass was the only effort on target in low-quality all-Championship clash.
Team: Smithies, Smith (Lolley, 86), Hudson, Wallace (Gerrard, HT), Robinson, Hammill (Scannell, 66), Coady, Hogg, Bunn, Vaughan, Wells.
2013-14 GRIMSBY TOWN (A) W 3-2
It took two late goals for Town to avoid an embarrassing exit at the hands of non-league opposition.
Ross Hannah put the Mariners ahead, much to the excitement of home fans in a 6,504 crowd at Blundell Park.
Ollie Norwood equalised direct from a free-kick for Mark Robins’ men after 51 minutes.
Grimsby were back in front, and scenting an upset, when Craig Disley headed home.
But Martin Paterson levelled four minute from the end, then Aswad Thomas put through his own net.
Team: Smithies, Smith, Wallace, Gerrard, Dixon, Hammill (Lopez, 77), Hogg (Holmes, 58), Clayton, Norwood, Ward (Scannell, 58), Paterson.
2012-13 CHARLTON ATHLETIC (A) W 1-0
Loan ranger Jermaine Beckford struck early as Simon Grayson’s Town toppled their Championship rivals at The Valley.
The former Leeds United striker was back in the side after being ineligible for the 6-1 league defeat at his parent club Leicester City.
Beckford slid in Adam Clayton’s pass 11 minutes into a tie seen by 6,657.
Charlton played most of the second half with 10 men after Dorian Dervite was shown a straight red card.
The French defender walked after a professional foul on the busy Beckford.
Team: Smithies, Hunt, P Clarke, Gerrard, Dixon, Scannell, Norwood, Clayton, Arfield, Vaughan, Beckford (Novak, 83).
2010-11 DOVER ATHLETIC (H) W 2-0
Two early goals ended non-league Dover’s hopes of an upset in West Yorkshire.
The Conference South side, bossed by ex-Arsenal striker Martin Hayes, came with high hopes.
But Lee Clark’s Town were in control after Scot Arfield and Gary Roberts scored inside eight minutes.
The League I side then took their foot off the gas, and there was little to entertain a 7,894 crowd.
Dover keeper Ross Flitney made a fine double save to deny Kevin Kilbane, then substitute Alan Lee.
Team: Smithies, Peltier, P Clarke, Kay, Ridehalgh, Arfield (T Clarke, 68), Pilkington, Kilbane, Roberts (Carey, 73), Rhodes (Lee, 59), Novak.
2009-10 WEST BROMWICH ALBION (H) L 0-2
Lee Clark’s Town, of League I, gave their Championship visitors a good game in front of 13,472.
But the Baggies went through thanks to late goals by Graham Dorrans and Chris Wood.
Dorrans latched on to Youssouf Mulumbu’s pass to smash past Alex Smithies on 77 minutes.
Mulumbu was also the architect of West Brom’s second on 82, setting up young New Zealander Wood for only his second senior goal.
Slovakia international Marek Cech had earlier fired a left-footed effort against a post for the visitors.
Team: Smithies, Peltier (Drinkwater, 78), P Clarke, N Clarke, Skarz, Pilkington, Collins, Kay, Roberts (Robinson, 85), Rhodes, Novak (T Clarke, 58).