Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner is set to rotate his squad for Saturday's FA Cup fourth-round clash against Birmingham City.
The Terriers are in a poor run of form and are 5/2 to be relegated after failing to win any of their last six Premier League matches.
Wagner has reiterated that his priority in the remainder of the season is to secure top-flight survival and he will have one eye on next Tuesday's Premier League match against Liverpool when he selects his team to face the Blues.
The German said: "We will not underestimate Birmingham. We have seen a lot of games they have played so far this season and are totally aware of their strengths.
"In the Premier League we are in the middle of the race with 10 teams to survive and in the FA Cup we are still in it and want to go further.
"Wins in any competition help to let you believe and grow and gives you confidence - even if the competitions have no connection to each other."
Huddersfield are 5/6 to beat Birmingham, who are 14/1 to be relegated from the Championship this season. The Terriers are available at 8/1 to beat Steve Cotterill's side 2-1.
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