It's a return to league action this weekend as Huddersfield Town travel to Newcastle United looking to put their disappointing mid-week League Cup exit to Shrewsbury Town behind them.
After an impressive opening-day Championship win over Brentford , David Wagner's side came crashing down to earth on Tuesday night with a 2-1 defeat away to the League One outfit.
And the German Head Coach will be looking for a response after witnessing a wasteful display at the Greenhous Meadow as the Terriers face much-fancied Newcastle United at St James' Park for the first time since 1983.
That day saw the Toon Army run out 5-2 winners with Newcastle United hoping for a similar result on Saturday as they look to kick-start their Championship title charge after stalling at Fulham last Friday.
After an impressive second-half showing against Brentford, Kasey Palmer is pushing for a start as well as forward Nahki Wells after returning from injury.
Meanwhile Newcastle are hoping to give a debut to on-loan full-back Brendan Galloway if his deal is finalised in time but will be without the suspended Aleksandar Mitrovic while Massadio Haidara, Kevin Mbabu and Rob Elliot are injured.
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 Newcastle United
Joining Huddersfield from Manchester United in June 1972 for £65,000, Gowling made 128 appearances for the club during a disappointing period which saw two relegations.
In 1975 he joined Newcastle United as a strike partner for Malcolm MacDonald and scored the Magpies only goal during their 2-1 League Cup Final loss to Manchester City in 1976.
The right-back made 256 appearances for the Terriers between 1977 and 1983 where he helped the club to two promotions during Mick Buxton's reign as manager.
Brown then joined Newcastle but missed the whole of the 1983–84 promotion season due to injury before returning to Huddersfield in 1985 where he went on to make another 96 appearances for the club in four years.
The former Huddersfield Town manager had two spells at boyhood club Newcastle United as a player before becoming a first team coach and reserve team manager at St James' Park.
His first managerial appointment, he spent just over 3-and-a-half years at Huddersfield after replacing the sacked Stan Ternant in December 2008.
During his tenure at the John Smith's Stadium, Clark guided the Terriers to the 2011 League One Play-Off Final, losing 3-0 to Peterborough at Old Trafford.
After signing for Newcastle United from Hungarian side Zalaegerszeg in January 2008, Kádár made his debut against Huddersfield Town in the 4-3 League Cup victory in August 2009.
Enduring an injury hit spell on Tyneside, the defender joined Town on loan in January 2011, making two appearances for the club before returning to Newcastle after picking up an injury in a game against Walsall.