History: Albion meet the Terriers for a milestone 50th meeting on Tuesday, with the Seagulls boasting 20 victories to 16 for Huddersfield, while 13 games have ended all square.
Ulloa: A hat-trick by the former Seagull led Albion to a 4-1 victory over the Terriers in their first-ever visit to the Amex back in March 2013.
Drought: Albion have gone three games without finding the back of the net.
Dunk: The centre-half’s 39th-minute equaliser earned Albion a point in a 1-1 draw at the John Smith's Stadium back in October.
Eyes on: Jacob Butterfield has been noted as Town’s most consistent performer by local media, having made 42 appearances for the side this term.
Resurgence: Chris Powell’s men have transformed their fortunes after cementing their Championship status for another season, following a three-match unbeaten run.
Skipper returns: Gordon Greer will be available for selection after serving a two-match suspension.
Forward thinking: Huddersfield’s strike force have notched up 35 goals between them, while Nahki Wells leads the race for the club’s golden boot with 13 goals to his tally.
It began in January 1922: The two sides could not be separated in the first-ever meeting which saw a goalless stalemate in the FA Cup fourth round. The Yorkshire team won the replay 2-0.#
Endeavour: Chris Hughton’s men will be aiming to get back to winning ways, with their last victory coming before the international break at Ewood Park.
Last time Albion suffered three straight defeats: They went on to record a five-match unbeaten run, which included an impressive first game in charge for Chris Hughton, as the Seagulls beat Brentford 2-0 in the FA Cup third round.
David: David Lopez also scored in the 4-1 win over Huddersfield in March 2013 after netting an 81st-minute penalty.
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