History of the Clash
Both teams have won 26 times in league encounters with Liverpool having scored more goals (116 to 113). Town scored 113 goals in the 68 league clashes between the clubs.
Liverpool are unbeaten in the last 10 league meetings home and away, winning seven and drawing three.
The Reds have won three and drawn one of their last four league visits to the Terriers.
Oxlade-Chamberlain’s Landmark Reunion
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain played his first-ever club game at senior level against Huddersfield in March 2010 in a third-tier match.
When coming on as a substitute he became Southampton‘s second youngest-ever player after Theo Walcott.
He then scored against the Yorkshiremen as a 17-year old in a 4-1 Southampton victory the following December.
Full-Backs’ Unbeaten Terriers History
Joe Gomez has played twice in his career against this evening’ opponents—recording 3-0 wins in both—with Charlton in the Championship in 2015 and at Anfield last year.
Andy Robertson faced the Terriers twice while with Hull in the 2015/16 campaign winning one and drawing one.
Salah to Join Impressive Company
Mo Salah has scored 18 top-flight goals this season.
Since winning 4-1 at Watford in mid-December Wagner’s men have scored three times in six league games and in that spell have not found the net more than once in a match.
They have not won in the last four home league games—the last victory coming with a 2-0 win over Brighton on December 9. Steve Mounie scored both.
In league and cup they have not won in the last five at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Birthday Boy Ince to Make his Mark?
He celebrates his 26th birthday on Tuesday.
This Season’s Scorers
Huddersfield: Depoitre (5), Mounie (5), Mooy (4), Lolley (2), Van La Parra (2), own goals (2), Billing (1), Ince (1), Kachunga (1), D. Williams (1)
Liverpool: Salah (25), Firmino (18), Coutinho (12), Mane (9), Can (4), Oxlade-Chamberlain (4), Alexander-Arnold (3), Sturridge (3), own goals (2), Henderson (1), Klavan (1), Lovren (1), Matip (1), Milner (1), Van Dijk (1), Wijnaldum (1)
* Stats courtesy of LFC statistician Ged Rea.