The Examiner's Blake Welton and Rory Benson will be on hand to report live from the pre-match press conference with Raj Bains back in the office providing all the up-to-date news via the LIVE Blog below.
We're expecting to hear plenty from David Wagner about his feelings post-Manchester United, and how that victory will help his side heading to Anfield this weekend. With his best mate in the opposite dugout, too, that will likely be a line of enquiry that's well worn.
Updates on the fitness of Kasey Palmer, Steve Mounie, Elias Kachunga and Philip Billing will be required, as well.
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That's all from Danny Williams
And that’s the last of the press conference - impressive stuff from both Wagner and Williams.
Williams a fan of the 4-3-3 switch
They complimented each other really well - expect to see it again at Anfield
Town can't survive without fans
Another nod to the noise at the John Smith’s this season - the players aren’t ignoring it
Williams says the crowd are their “12th man”
Everybody is "hungry"
Lots of talk of desire from Williams this afternoon
Williams full of praise for Wagner
Says the boss is “something else”
No time for rest
This is what you get promoted for, isn’t it? Good to see he’s not shying away.
Buzz around the club
Sounds up for this - going to need another massive shift
It was always White Hart Lane for me, to be honest - Anfield isn’t bad either, I suppose...
Williams feels for Billing missing out with injury
Some love between the fellow midfielders
Williams familiar with Firmino
Who knew they’d played together in the Bundesliga?
More reaction to United win
Nothing but positivity, naturally
Town full of confidence
As you’d expect!
Williams wasn't 100% against Man Utd
If that was him struggling, there’s something special to come when he’s fully fit
Williams on his role within the 4-3-3
Defended brilliantly and carries the ball so well at pace going forward - United couldn’t deal with him at times
Williams anticipating Liverpool backlash
Town are ready for a resurgent Liverpool
Williams was expected to be missing for 6-10 weeks
Miraculous recovery, by the sounds of it - good to have him back, especially with Billing out now
Williams impressive in press debut
Has clearly picked up on what the club are all about already
No worries about goalscoring
Sounds like a man who saw Liverpool’s back line on telly against Tottenham
No issues with those infamous double sessions for Williams
Insight in to how Wagner prepared the team
Good to see how the head coach deals with the players
Hard work beats talent...
...when talent doesn’t work hard
Confidence boost needed after Swansea loss
Perfect response, for definite
Danny Williams ready to go
Strange to see him sat down - sort of imagined he was just constantly sprinting, to be honest...
That's all from David Wagner
That’s our lot from the boss today - next up will be Danny Williams.
Always good to hear Wagner pushing the ambition of the club like this - not one to settle, that man.
Praise for Christopher Schindler
Deserved, too - he’s been exceptional
Huddersfield Town are part of the community
Things like this that make the club, and the boss, different - you don’t see this togetherness from everyone, do you?
Wagner on Anfield, again
He’s clearly not seen that new camera angle on television from the rebuilt main stand - absolute travesty!
Head Coach becoming the 'Manager'?
David Wagner suggesting that he’ll oversee the director of football duties now that Moss has departed. Is our head coach becoming the manager?