They showed their quality in the first game (against us) and have shown consistency over the years with a good manager in Eddie Howe.
If you managed to catch Huddersfield's emphatic 4-1 victory over Bournemouth earlier on today, then you might have spotted something you don't usually see when watching a game of football.
But it could come at a heavy cost with the Socceroo midfielder set to be sidelined.
Mooy, 27, has been the Terriers top performer this season as they battle to stay up. We said before the game that this is massive for us and that after Old Trafford we had the hard fixtures behind us. He got a cut over his knee - he got some stitches as well.
Wagner was directly asked about potential ligament damage for the Aussie, which he confirmed is not the case.
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Five straight losses have dropped Huddersfield from 11th in the Premier League table to the relegation zone.
Rajiv van La Parra rounded off a convincing win for Town by converting a stoppage-time penalty.
Mooy played a role in both goals, delivering the free kick Mounie met with a downward header past Asmir Begovic and later offering the square ball the Beninese striker wrong-footed past the goalkeeper.
Callum Wilson leads the club with seven goals, while last season leading scorer Joshua King has three goals, including one last week against Stoke.
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