Arsenal dropped out of the top five after Manchester City beat them 3-1 at the Etihad last week and have only managed two wins in their last five matches.
A win at the John Smith’s Stadium could propel Unai Emery’s side back into the top four if Man United and Chelsea slip up. But after shipping seven goals in their last three, Arsenal must concentrate on the task in hand before setting their sights on Champions League football.
Huddersfield are yet to discover any form since the departure of David Wagner, and are also without a goal under new boss Jan Siewert. The Terriers are currently stuck in a 12-match winless run spanning back to November.
History isn’t on the hosts’ side either. Huddersfield haven’t beaten Arsenal since 1972, with their weekend visitors beating them on every occasion since their promotion to the Premier League in 2017, without conceding a goal.