There will be little room for sentiment as David Wagner returns to Huddersfield Town seeking a response with his play-off chasing Norwich City side.

Sunday's frustrating 1-0 defeat to Sunderland has taken some wind out of the Canaries' sails in their hunt for the top six in the Championship - but they have a chance to make amends against the struggling Terriers tonight.

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Wagner enjoyed a successful reign at the John Smith Stadium that included an unexpected promotion to the Premier League before keeping them in the top-flight the season after. He will return to his former employers for the first time as an opposition manager.

Victory could take City back into the top six if Blackburn fail to record victory against Reading this evening.

There are major doubts over Norwich's right-sided duo Max Aarons and Onel Hernandez. The pair were withdrawn during Sunday's defeat with knocks, but Wagner didn't feel they would be sidelined for a long portion of time.

Jon Rowe is stepping up his return to action having featured in another U21s fixture on Monday. Long-term absentees Sam Byram, Przemek Placheta and Isaac Hayden remain sidelined.

After Tuesday's results in the Championship, Huddersfield sit rooted to the foot of the division and are looking for a victory to ignite a great escape attempt in the remaining ten matches.

Neil Warnock has been parachuted into the hotseat as a firefighter in a mission to keep them in the Championship. The 74-year-old has won once, drawn one and lost three of his opening five games in charge.

The Terriers could welcome striker Danny Ward back into the fold after missing Saturday's trip to West Brom, with Duane Holmes and Scott High likely to miss out despite returning to training.

Ex-City striker Jordan Rhodes could have a role to play from the bench should Warnock shuffle his pack.

1,200 City supporters are making the trip north hoping to witness another victory for their side this evening.

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