Bermuda’s Nahki Wells will start the All-Important Championship Final match at Wembley as the team is announced.
Huddersfield are back in the top flight after 45 years, clinching Premier League football and a £170 million windfall by beating Reading on penalties in the Championship playoff final.
Few backed these sides to be challenging for promotion at the start of the campaign, with David Wagner's men considered to be in for a relegation fight as the Royals started anew under Jaap Stam.
Both teams have had memorable campaigns but Reading's has ended in heartache, whereas Huddersfield can look forward to life in the Premier League after securing a 4-3 penalty shootout triumph after 120 goalless minutes at Wembley.
The Terriers faced an uphill battle after fans' favourite Michael Hefele missed his spot-kick, only for Liam Moore to blaze over and Danny Ward -- the shootout hero in the semifinal at Sheffield Wednesday -- to save Jordan Obita's penalty.
Christopher Schindler stepped up to send Huddersfield into the top flight for the first time since 1972, leading to wild celebrations on the field and in the stands.
It could have been so much easier had Hefele and Izzy Brown not wasted early opportunities as a breathless start made way for a forgettable final.
However, Huddersfield will not care a jot after winning the shootout and writing an exciting new chapter in their history.
Yann Kermorgant and Danny Williams scored to sandwich Lowe's successful spot-kick before Hefele was denied by Ali Al-Habsi, who took a step forward during the stuttering run-up.
Liam Kelly and Wells scored before Moore blazed his penalty over and after star turn Mooy made it 3-3, the Huddersfield faithful were soon cheering again as Obita was denied by Ward.
Schindler stepped up and slotted home the decisive penalty, securing promotion and his place in Huddersfield folklore.
As for Reading, it was a record-equalling fourth playoff final defeat.