After fighting for survival at the bottom end of the Championship last season, Huddersfield started the new campaign in strong form and sat fourth in the table a month ago.
However they have suffered a dip in form in recent weeks, winning only one of their last four matches.
Carlos Corberan’s men headed into the international break with a 0-0 draw away at Luton Town, registering just two shots on target.
Huddersfield have three victories from their opening five league matches at the John Smith’s Stadium this season and Corberan will be hoping that home comforts help his side turn their form around.
The Terriers have won their last two games against Hull, with Steve Mounie scoring a 96th-minute winner last time the two teams met.
Hull will hope that their own form has turned a corner after they picked up their first victory since the opening day of the season by beating Middlesbrough 2-0 before the international break.
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An own goal from Joe Lumley and Mallik Wilks’s strike, both of which came in the final 10 minutes, ended the Tigers’ nine-game winless run.
The club’s return to the second tier following promotion from League One last season has proved more difficult than expected, but Grant McCann believes his team can now start to put together a good run of results with an encounter against fellow strugglers Peterborough United to come on Wednesday.
Only Barnsley and Derby County have scored fewer goals than Hull in the Championship this season, with the Tigers failing to net in seven of their 11 matches