Both sides will look to build on their first league wins of the season in this matchup. Preston North End beat Luton Town 1-0 on Saturday to open the season.
Brad Potts gave Ryan Lowe’s team the early lead, and they went on to win all three points with a strong defensive performance.
The Lilywhites are now tied with Sunderland on points for seventh place in the league rankings as they compete for the last promotion playoff slot.
The task of competing against a rival team that has won each of the last three games and is unbeaten in the previous five meetings between the teams comes next.
The hosts will seek to impress on Tuesday before facing Watford this weekend. Rotherham United beat Reading 4-0 at Aesseal New York Stadium on Saturday.
Richard Wood, Conor Washington, Jamie Lindsay, and Chiedozie Ogbene all scored in the first half to give Paul Warne’s team a well-earned victory.
Due to this, the Millers are currently ranked eighth on the Championship table, only one point behind their opponents despite having played one fewer game.
The visitors on Tuesday are now looking for another win away from home after going unbeaten in each of their last 10 road games in all competitions.
Norwich vs. Huddersfield – Betting Analysis
Bambo Diaby of Preston North End is expected to miss a fifth straight game owing to a muscle issue he sustained in the preseason.
Sean Maguire, whose last appearance was in late April and following which he had a knee injury, will also be missing for the home team.
Brad Potts, a midfielder, has scored in each of his last two games and will be attempting to do it once more. The 23-year-old Benjamin
Wiles is one to watch out for here after scoring in the most recent matchup against Tuesday’s opponents. Tom Eaves and Joshua Kayode are still out for the visitors due to ongoing ankle and muscular injuries, respectively.
Norwich vs. Huddersfield – Head -to- Head