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Forest team news: Dan Harding may push for a return to the squad after missing several days of training last week.
The full back returned to action last Thursday after picking up a knock against Bristol City, but was not deemed fit enough to be involved against Bolton.
He may only get a place on the bench, however, with Chris Cohen having performed well in his absence.
Forest's only real injury concern continues to be Daniel Ayala, who has not trained this week.
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Striker Marcus Tudgay has done some training this week as he steps up his return from a broken collar bone.
Forest (from): Darlow, Jara, Collins, Ward, Halford, Cohen, Lansbury, Guedioura, Moussi, Majewski, Reid, McGugan, Blackstock, Cox, Sharp, Henderson, Al Rashidi, Gillett, Harding, Greening.
Huddersfield team news: Long-term absentees Jermaine Beckford (hamstring), Keith Southern (Achilles) and Danny Ward (broken metatarsal) all remain on the sidelines as they continue their recovery from injury.
But, otherwise, new manager Mark Robins has no fresh injury worries.
His main issue may be fatigue, after seeing his side beaten by Premier League Wigan in the FA Cup on Sunday afternoon.
Huddersfield (from): Smithies, Gerrard, Woods, Hunt, Clarke, Danns, Arfield, Clayton, Atkinson, Vaughan, Lee, Novak, Scannell, Norwood, Dixon, Bennett, Lynch, Gobern.
Danger man: James Vaughan. The striker, on loan from Norwich City, has not netted a flurry of goals for the Terriers, but his industry and work rate are vital to the side.
The former Everton man was a thorn in Wigan's side, with his physical presence and strength, after being brought on at half-time on Sunday.
Vaughan has scored five goals for Huddersfield this season and will be looking to add to that tally if given a starting chance tonight.