Since winning promotion to the top flight back in 2017, Huddersfield have always been the favourites to suffer relegation to the Championship. David Wagner's men produced one of biggest shocks in Football League history to win promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history and it's been a rollercoaster ride so far.
The Terriers fought against all odds to retain their status in their maiden campaign last term, finishing in 16th position. It was a massive achievement to stay up but the second year is often where newly promoted teams struggle and Huddersfield Town have certainly suffered from second season syndrome.
Just three wins from their opening 31 games leaves them 16 points adrift of safety, accumulating a measly 14 points for their efforts so far. Their struggles have led to club legend David Wagner departing the club, being replaced by Jan Siewert, who's been unable to inspire a miraculous turnaround.
He's guided Huddersfield Town to just 3 points from a possible 24 since replacing the great Wagner, with a solitary victory over Wolves the only thing that he and the supporters have had to shout about. Their relegation from the top flight has been earmarked for sometime and this weekend it could be sealed and equal an unwanted record in the process.
Derby County (07/08) currently possess the record for the earliest relegation in Premier League history, going down on 29th March 2008 with six games left to play. Huddersfield Town have the same number of matches remaining this season so they face the prospect of matching it, something they'll desperately want to avoid.