After an impressive opening-day Championship win over Brentford, Huddersfield Town face League One side Shrewsbury in the First Round of the English Football League Cup tonight.
The game will be the first competitive encounter between the two sides since the Terriers gained promotion from the old Division Two in 1994/95 as well heralding the first trip for the Terriers to Shrewsbury's New Meadow Stadium.
Town manager David Wagner hopes to have Nahki Wells in contention after struggling with a knee injury but Philip Billing (ankle) and Harry Bunn (hamstring) are definitely out while Dean Whitehead is still suspended.
For the hosts, Ivan Toney could make his first appearance for the Shrews after moving on loan from Newcastle as could defender Olly Lancashire, having joined from Rochdale last month.
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 Shrewsbury
One of the last sportsmen to combine both cricket and football professionally over a prolonged period, youngster Balderstone was signed by Huddersfield Town manager Bill Shankly from Shrewsbury in 1958.
The midfielder went on to make 117 league appearances for the Terriers, scoring 24 goals in total.
Initially impressing as a summer trialist, the forward became Huddersfield's first ever Spanish player when he made his debut as a substitute against Nottingham Forest on August 3, 2013.
López also became Shrewsbury's first-ever Spaniard when he joined the club on a month's loan in the October - going on to make five appearances and scoring one goal.
After a further loan to Northampton for the rest of the season, he was released by Town in May 2014.
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With Huddersfield pushing for promotion from the old Second Division at the end of the 1994/95 season, the Terriers found themselves 2-0 down away to struggling Shrewsbury.
Signing from Cardiff City in August 2012, the defender made 81 appearances for the club in a three-year period that was blight by niggling injuries.
Following his release from Huddersfield, Gerrard moved to Shrewsbury initially on a non-contract basis - later revealing to be playing for free at the club in order rebuild his career.