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Huddersfield Town will look to build on their impressive victory over Manchester United this Saturday when they travel to Anfield to face Liverpool this weekend.

David Wagner's side are 11th in the Premier League table after three wins, three draws and three defeats from their opening nine games.

And it will be a fascinating case of the mentor taking on the apprentice as Wagner faces Jürgen Klopp, the long-time friend who offered him the chance to coach the Borussia Dortmund reserve team.

Wagner, who was the best man at Klopp's wedding, will be keen to get one over on his compatriot, who is coming off a humbling defeat to Tottenham Hotspur last week.

With no fresh injury concerns, Wagner is likely to stick with the same team who downed United at the John Smith's Stadium last week.

That will mean a back four of Tom Smith, Mathias Jørgensen, Christopher Schindler and Chris Löwe. Jonathan Hogg will provide protection as the holding midfielder in front of the defence.

If there are any changes, Wagner may choose to go with Rajiv Van La Parra ahead of Elias Kachunga. The former replaced the latter after 39 minutes during the win over United and impressed, which could see him retain his place.

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