Gabby Zakuani, Lee Frecklington and Chris Whelpdale remain on the sidelines for Peterborough, but Gary Johnson is likely to make changes.Aaron Davies, Dave Hibbert and Tommy Rowe are among those hoping to be handed a first start of the season.
Huddersfield full-back Gary Naysmith serves a one-match ban following his red card against Tranmere, on-loan Graham Carey is set to come in.
Terriers boss Lee Clark has no other injury or suspension concerns.
Peterborough United boss Gary Johnson told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire:
"It's a good time to play Huddersfield given last weekend's defeat at Bournemouth because there's still a good game in us and a good league campaign in us.
"They'll be challenging for promotion come the end of the season and while it's not quite a six-pointer at this stage it would be a super three points to pick up.
"Whenever you have a poor defeat and you haven't been unlucky, you've just been poor, you need to get the confidence and belief back with a good win."
Huddersfield Town boss Lee Clark told BBC Radio Leeds:
"it will be a massive test. They are one of the favourites to be up there at the end of the season and rightly so.
"their strike force is as potent as any in the league and I don't think it will help our cause that they are coming off the back of a heavy defeat.
"it will make them more determined to win this one and no doubt will come out all guns blazing.
"so it was always going to be a tough game, but it will be even tougher now. But if we up our intensity it will be hard for them to handle."
under - 2.10
over - 1.87