One of these sides is enjoying their second consecutive season in the top flight and the other is Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Wolves are being touted as a team who are already part of the Premier League furniture, although a dip in recent matches means that targets are being drastically revised and this is an important clash for the Midlands side.
Although Wanderers claimed a point at the Emirates a fortnight ago, they previously lost three times on the bounce including reverses against Watford and Brighton. Yes, they served it up against Spurs when coming back from three goals down but they were three goals down for a reason.
Jonny is missing in action for the home side and there are question marks over the fitness of Matt Doherty, while Wolves are a team who are averaging just one goal per match at the moment. Do you really want to get with last season’s Championship winner at odds of 1/2?
Huddersfield are admittedly a modest team and away figures of 0-2-3 are clearly unimpressive on first glance, although there have been draws at Everton and Burnley, while the three away defeats have been at Manchester City, Leicester and Watford.
Since losing at Vicarage Road, they claimed their first win of the season when beating Fulham and then held West Ham to a 1-1 draw, so their defence is keeping things tight at the moment.
The Terriers have a settled back four, with Zanka and Christopher Schindler impressive in central defence and David Wagner will be confident that his team can create chances in this clash.
We can get with Huddersfield on the Asian Handicap with a +1 start at 21/20 with BetVictor which means money back if the visitors lose by a single goal and Wolves might quit attacking with any particular vigour if they take the lead.
However, a draw, 16/5 at Bet365, could be on the cards here, with Town looking to continue that unbeaten run ahead of a winnable home match against Brighton which could see Huddersfield out of the drop zone.