The win against the Eagles helped Spurs move above Chelsea and back into the top-four.
"It's so hard down at the bottom but for me, Huddersfield have done the job required of them in the last few weeks so this is a bit of a free swing for them at Wembley".
Teams from the lower-tier Football League would not get a break as they play 46 games every campaign, leaving no room for a hiatus. After a run of eight games without a win in the league, they have picked up back-to-back wins over Bournemouth and West Bromwich Albion. However, they remain only three points clear of the bottom-three and still one of the candidates for the drop.
The match against the Lilywhites though presents a different proposition, with the Terriers having lost their last game against Mauricio Pochettino's side 4-0 at the John Smith's Stadium.
"I think that the Premier League is the Premier League".
The hosts have won not conceded a goal in their last three home league games while scoring seven.
"It's not that we are the football club with the financial power or the greatest facilities no, we are miles off from being a proper Premier League club", said Wagner.
Jan Vertonghen missed game in midweek with an ankle injury and remains a doubt for the Huddersfield clash so I don't think Pochettino will risk the defender.
Spurs are huge favourites to win, and they are available at their best odds of 1/5 at William Hill.
Boss Pochettino is also optimistic Spurs will be in their new home for the start of the season, but he is unfazed by any potential fixture switches.
Attack: There should be plenty of changes in attack as Harry Kane is certain to come back in to the starting eleven. We are backing Son Heung-Min as our prediction in this game. He feels much better.
For the visitors, Steve Mounie is available at 5/1 odds at Bet365. Ok, we'll see how it's going to work. This bet is available at 4/7 odds at Bet365.