At home, Huddersfield Town is competing fiercely for relegation to welcome Wales representative Cardiff City who is speeding up the fight for promotion in the 32nd round match. Premier League this season, whether Huddersfield will successfully claim the debt lost in the first leg to increase the gap with the red light group. Or Cardiff will continue to flourish to beat the 6th round in a row, thereby winning a place in the top 6 of play-off promotion.

Steve Mounie scored a penalty on QPR over the weekend and should start on the front line against Fraizer Campbell and Karlan Grant here, Mounie has only 6 goals this season and Karlan is the number one striker with 13 shootings while former Arsenal star Fraizer Campell was disappointing. A likely change with Chris Willock is likely to make a full debut after signing a loan deal from Benfica in Portugal. Huddersfield have scored at least 2 goals in the last 3 matches, they won 3 very important points on Saturday afternoon when they overtook the London representative with a score of 2-0 at home, Elias Kachunga was the opening. score - this is his fourth goal and three assists before Karlan Grant finished the match. The Terriers are currently 6 points away from the relegation zone after having won 2 of the last 3 rounds.

Neil Harris is able to make two changes from the squad that beat last-place Luton Town 1-0 away recently with Junior Hoillett and Robert Glatzel all returning, so Isaac Vassell, Nat Mendez-Laing and Joe Ralls are both sidelined. Cardiff are unbeaten in 12 matches against Huddersfield in all competitions, besides being very brave in away games when they have lost a rare visit in the last 10 away games. Lee Tomlin once again became a hero when his goal helped Cardiff overcome a Luton team, the Welsh team standing in 8th place, 4 points behind the top 6.