ANDY MORRISON will run the rule over Town this week determined to plot a massive FA Cup upset.
The Worcester City coach and former Town defender is already promising his side will prove a much sterner test than Welling United in the second round clash at St George's Lane on December 4 (1.05pm).
While Welling are at the top end of Conference South and Worcester are struggling near the bottom, Morrison reckons they will be inspired by live TV coverage and home advantage against Town.
"Our attitude will be absolutely spot on and our preparations will be thorough," said Morrison, who was watching today's derby against Bradford and has a ticket for Town v Nottingham Forest next Saturday.
"We will set out our stall and we will have a real go. I know they have got some very, very good players, but this is the FA Cup, it's live on TV and anything could happen.
"We've also got a muddy pitch, the crowd will be right on top of the Huddersfield players and St George's Lane is a tight environment which they won't be used to.
"They are spoiled by having a great stadium to play in, so they won't like it at our place.
"I know Huddersfield have already got past one non-League club quite comfortably, but we are a little bit stronger than Welling and we will be determined to enjoy ourselves."
Town have 600 tickets for the tie, which will be screened live by BBC TV before the third round draw.
The 250 seats are priced £13 adults and £7 concessions, while 350 terrace tickets are £12 and £6.
They go on sale at 9.30am on Tuesday to season-ticket holders, Blue & White Foundation members and Patrons only (one-for-one).
Any remaining will go on sale the following Tuesday, November 29.
The Travel Club are running coaches priced £14 for members and £16.50 for non-members.
* Town's friendly at AFC Emley on Tuesday has been postponed.
Town are struggling to field a team because the Juniors are in FA Youth Cup action at Darlington the following night (7.00).