Huddersfield could challenge for an automatic promotion place, according to Brentford striker Lasse Vibe.
The Terriers are six points adrift of Brighton, effectively seven including goal difference, but have a game in hand over the Seagulls.
However, they have been in fine form this season and, with Chris Hughton's side struggling for consistency, could still creep into the top two.
Vibe said: “They could challenge for the top two. It'll be a big one for us. We've done well against the top six teams this year.
“Hopefully they'll come to Griffin Park and want a game of football. We'll do the same and it'll be interesting.”
Vibe missed the reverse fixture on the opening day of the season but knows they are a much better side than the ones he faced last year where the Bees won 4-2 at Griffin Park and 5-1 in Yorkshire.
He added: “I didn't play them this year and they're a different team to what they were last year. I don't think they were that good and they'd probably agree with that. This year they're very good with good players and a good game plan so it'll be interesting.”
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