Chris Powell would take a win over Millwall however it comes – and Nahki Wells would take a repeat of last season’s home clash with the London side.
The Town-record £1.3m signing made a spectacular debut against the Lions at the John Smith’s Stadium after moving from Bradford City during the January transfer window.
Wells came off the bench to poach a last-minute winner which left Town 12th in the Championship, five points off the play-off zone.
The 24-year-old from Bermuda has four goals this term and 11 for Town in total. He scored 53 times for Bradford.
Meanwhile Wells’ Town teammate Joel Lynch is one more yellow card off a one-match suspension going in to Millwall’s visit.
The centre-back picked up his fourth caution of the campaign during last Saturday’s 3-0 defeat at Leeds United.
Sidelined striker James Vaughan is on three bookings and keeper Alex Smithies, defender Murray Wallace and midfielder Conor Coady two apiece.
It’s the 37th league game between the sides, with Town having won the last three.
Town have 13 home wins in the series, with Millwall having claimed four victories on Huddersfield soil, the most recent during the 2008-09 League One campaign, when James Henry scored a last-gasp winner after Town’s Gary Roberts had cancelled out a Marc Laird opener for the Lions in front of just 7,513.
Millwall’s first league visit was in the original Second Division (now Championship) in October 1966, when Colin Dobson, with a penalty, and Tony Leighton sealed a 2-0 Town win in front of 12,205.
Town Under 21s host Millwall at PPG Canalside on Monday (1.00).
The Juniors head for Bristol City on Saturday (11.00).
Tony Carss’ team are tracking a third successive win after beating Colchester United 3-1 in Essex and Cardiff City 4-1 at PPG Canalside.