David Wagner revealed that Aaron Mooy returned to full training after recovering from a gashed knee, and could be handed a recall against Swansea City despite perhaps not being able to complete the full 90 minutes. Alex Pritchard may also be okay to start after being forced off against Tottenham Hotspur due to a dead leg. But the Terriers boss will be without Terence Kongolo, who is out until after the international break. So Mooy is likely to replace either Danny Williams or Jonathan Hogg at the base of midfield in Wagner’s favoured 4-2-3-1 formation, with Pritchard the favourite to occupy the No 10 role. Collin Quaner was replaced by Tom Ince for tactical reasons against Spurs, so Ince may join Pritchard and Rajiv van La Parra in the attacking midfield positions. Steve Mounie should again be preferred to Laurent Depoitre as the lone striker. In defence, either Scott Malone or Chris Lowe will replace Kongolo at left-back. Elias Kachunga is back in full training, but won’t feature this weekend.
Hadergjonaj – Schindler – Zanka – Malone
Ince – Pritchard – Van la Parra