The victory may have been masterminded by German Head Coach David Wagner but it was perfectly executed by his players – with the boss hoping for a similar performance from his team at Villa Park.
The Terriers welcome Dean Whitehead back into the squad after serving a three-game suspension but with Philip Billing (ankle) and Harry Bunn (hamstring) both still out, Wagner is expected to stick with the same personnel that performed so well on Saturday.
Meanwhile Villa will be buoyed by Saturday's 3-0 win over Rotherham United – the sides first win in over six months as Rudy Gestede scored twice and Jack Grealish added the third.
And although defender Nathan Baker may return from a head injury, manager Roberto Di Matteo is also likely to name an unchanged side.
There has also been a number of connections between both clubs through the years as well, with the top 4 club links outlined below.
4 Links between Huddersfield Town and Aston Villa
Huddersfield Town's current Academy manager also started his playing career with the club, making 206 appearances over seven years between 1978 and 1985.
After having brief spells at Manchester City and Derby County, Lillis signed for Aston Villa in September 1987, staying at Villa Park until moving to Stockport in 1989.
Although part of Birmingham City's Academy until the age of 16, the Redditch-born player is a massive Aston Villa fan and is expected to have a number of family members present at tonight's game.
The former Huddersfield Town manager moved to Villa Park from Leicester City in 1997, going on to make 49 Premier League appearances for the club before signing for Blackburn Rovers in July 1999.
Grayson eventually moved into management, first as Player-Manager at Blackpool then manager of Leeds before taking over the reigns at Huddersfield Town in February 2012 – guiding the Terriers to the Championship via the Play-offs the very same season.
The current Town player progressed through the Academy ranks at Aston Villa, making his competitive start for the Villans in a 1-1 draw away to Rapid Vienna in a 2010 Europa League tie.
After loan spells at Darlington and Portsmouth, the midfielder moved to Watford in August 2011 before joining Huddersfield in July 2013.