Having picked up two fantastic away draws to secure Premier League safety, David Wagner could stick with the 5-3-2 system used over the last two encounters for the home fixture with Arsenal. The Terriers boss revealed he will take no risks with any players who picked up knocks against Chelsea, with final decisions to be made after Saturday’s training session. In that formation, Steve Mounie and Alex Pritchard may replace Laurent Depoitre and Rajiv van La Parra up front. In midfield, Florent Hadergjonaj could return in place of Philip Billing, with changes appearing less likely at the back. But with no pressure on the outcome of the Gunners match-up, Wagner may decide to revert back to his favoured 4-2-3-1. That would probably see Terence Kongolo move to left-back in place of Chris Lowe, while Tommy Smith and Hadergjonaj would battle it out to start at right-back. That system would free up attacking midfield spots for the likes of Tom Ince and Collin Quaner. Danny Williams and Elias Kachunga remain sidelined.
Smith – Schindler – Zanka – Kongolo
Ince – Pritchard – Van la Parra