Former Derby County players Richard Keogh and Duane Holmes make a first return to Pride Park Stadium on Tuesday night since leaving the Rams.
Keogh and Holmes are expected to be in the Huddersfield Town starting 11 for the Championship clash against the Rams.
Keogh played 356 games for Derby, the majority of them as captain, and was twice named player of the year.
He had his Derby contract terminated with immediate effect in October 2019 on grounds of gross misconduct after he suffered a serious knee injury in a car crash that led to Derby team-mates Tom Lawrence and Mason Bennett being convicted of drink-driving. Keogh was a passenger in the back seat of one of the vehicles.
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