This will be the 60th competitive meeting between Huddersfield Town and Leicester City but the first in the top flight since 1971/72.
Huddersfield are aiming to become only the third newly-promoted side to keep a clean sheet in their opening three home matches of a Premier League season, after Swansea City (2011/12) and Watford (2015/16).
These two sides have each made a PL-low one change to their starting XI this season.
Jamie Vardy has 11 goals and three assists in 17 PL appearances under Craig Shakespeare.
David Wagner: "Of course I like the story of Leicester City, but that doesn't change the fact we would like to be successful against them."
Craig Shakespeare: "They (Huddersfield) haven’t surprised me. It will be difficult for them to stay up. What I’ve seen so far, they have great spirit and they’ll be difficult to play against."