In a sentence: Both Huddersfield and Swansea have been defying the odds this campaign as they meet in a vital encounter in West Yorkshire. Relegation is still a very real threat, but both will have the belief they can be one of the sides set for another season in England’s top flight.
Last time: The last time the Swans visited the John Smith’s Stadium the two sides were plying their trade in the third tier of English football. Swansea ran out 1-0 winners that day thanks to a Jason Scotland strike on the stroke of half time.
This time: Huddersfield are 6/4 to win with Swansea at 15/8 and the draw 11/5.
You might remember: During a 2006 December League One tie, Swansea looked as if they were heading home with the three points thanks to a brace from Lee Trundle before a Pawal Abbot double (culminating in a 90th penalty) and Jon Worthington strike stole the points for the Terriers.