Frankie Bunn's side plays at 2pm
- Development Squad takes on Millwall on Tuesday afternoon
- Behind-closed-doors match in South East London
- Follow updates on Town's Twitter account
Huddersfield Town's Under-21 side will search for its fifth straight win when it travels to Millwall on Tuesday afternoon.
Senior Professional Development Coach Frankie Bunn's men sit second in the Professional Development League Two North table, one point behind Hull City, going into the match.
Nine goals in their last four games have helped the division's top-scoring Terriers go on a fine four-game winning run with victories over Crystal Palace
, Watford, Ipswich Town and Crewe Alexandra.
Highlights of the win over the Alex are below via HTTV
In their last outing, Millwall's Under 21s - managed by Justin Skinner - held Northern table-toppers Hull City to a goalless draw, a week after emphatically beating Coventry City 4-1 at home.
The Lions are fifth in the Southern league table and will be seeking the three points that could see them overtake Colchester United into top spot.
Tuesday's game at the Millwall training ground will be played behind closed doors.
At the end of the season, the top two sides from each regional division - north and south - play the end of season play-offs to determine who goes through to the final to decide an overall winner.
Last season, the young Terriers finished second in the northern ladder despite before reaching the Play-Off final, where they lost 3-2 to Swansea at the Liberty Stadium.
You will be able to follow team news and updates of any goals on Town's official Twitter account, @htafcdotcom
Town fans can watch the home game vs MK Dons on 20 October from just £10 adults at the gate!