Meanwhile, the Terriers make the trip to the West Midlands having had their recent strong run ended with a home defeat against Preston North End.
When Birmingham edged out Brentford on the opening day of the campaign, supporters were in full support of newly-appointed head coach Aitor Karanka.
However, six matches without success and just two goals being added in the final third have left the Spaniard under pressure to set up his Blues XI in a different way.
Although Karanka will argue that four draws from the most recent period have kept the club away from the relegation zone, fans are quickly losing patience with the lack of attacking threat.
Birmingham have now gone just under 300 minutes without finding the back of the net, leaving only Wycombe Wanderers with a lower return in front of goal.
Huddersfield also have an average record when it comes to delivering an end product with just six strikes coming from their seven fixtures.
Unlike Birmingham, though, three wins have been posted, handing them a three-point advantage over their next opponents ahead of Wednesday's encounter.
Ten points had been registered from a possible 12 before Saturday's home defeat to Preston, who prevailed thanks to Alan Browne's double early in the second half.
Despite that streak being brought to a halt, Carlos Corberan will be delighted with how his players have adapted to his style of play after a slow start.
The former Leeds United coach will want to see more contributions from his forward players with Fraizer Campbell sitting on his own at the top of the scoring charts with just two goals.
Birmingham City Championship form: DDDLLD
Huddersfield Town Championship form: LWDWWL
Huddersfield could switch back to a four-man backline with Naby Sarr sitting out the game through suspension.
Karanka is expected to hand a recall to Lukas Jutkiewicz, who was only named as a substitute on his return from illness at the weekend.
Adam Clayton is still missing for Birmingham due to the ban that he picked up for his dismissal against Norwich City.
Birmingham City possible starting lineup:
Etheridge; Friend, Dean, Roberts; Colin, Gardner, Sunjic, San Jose, Pedersen; Hogan, Jutkiewicz
Huddersfield Town possible starting lineup:
Hamer; Pipa, Stearman, Schindler, Toffolo; Eiting, Hogg; Bacuna, O'Brien, Diakhaby; Campbell
We say: Birmingham City 1-1 Huddersfield Town
Everything points to this contest lacking in goals and entertainment. While Karanka is coming under increasing pressure to show more ambition in the final third, he may have to settle for a share of the spoils against opponents who have improved in recent weeks.