Match stats: Huddersfield 0 Leicester 2 - It's magnifique from Knockaert
Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson made three changes to the side that picked up their first away victory of the season at Middlesbrough.
Lloyd Dyer's reward for grabbing the winner on Saturday was a return to the starting line-up ahead of Ben Marshall.
Andy King replaced Matty James in midfield and, as expected, Liam Moore came in for the injured Ritchie De Laet at right-back as City went for their fourth win in a row.
Huddersfield, of course, were missing their new loan signing – City's Jermaine Beckford, who was ineligible for this game.
10 mins: City have made a bright start and have kept possession well, forcing three corners but without really penetrating the Huddersfield back four. Sean Scannell looks a threat in attack for the hosts tonight.
14 mins: David Nugent tries a long range effort which zips off the soaking wet turf and fizzes wide.
18 mins: Anthony Knockaert tees up Jamie Vardy just inside the area. The striker gets a fierce strike away but it is straight at keeper Alex Smithies, who cannot hold it.
21 mins: A mix up in the Terriers defence presents Nugent with a great chance of a volley from close range but Peter Clarke gets there just in time to put him off. City are turning the screw.
29 mins: Huddersfield are hard-working, well organised and quick into the tackle, which is making it hard for City to settle into their passing rhythm, but they are matching the hosts physically and defending superbly under the high ball in a swirling wind.
30 mins: GOAL (0-1) Knockaert scores with an unbelievable strike from 35 yards out which sails past Smithies. What a marvellous goal from the Frenchman, who races to celebrate with sub Marko Futacs, his big mate.
32 mins: Great interception from Wes Morgan to deny Lee Novak, who was about to strike from close range but the City skipper hust nicks it off his toe.
40 mins: Kasper Schmeichel launches a huge up and under, which would not have been out of place in a rugby league match, which are often held on this ground. Vardy heads down for the on-rushing Andy King but his half-volley goes wide.
45+1 mins: The half-time whistle goes and City are in control of this game.
H-T: Huddersfield 0 City 1
52 mins: A great chance for City to go 2-0 up. Dyer gets to the by-line and pulls it back for Knockaert, whose shot is initially blocked. It falls to Vardy just eight yards out but the striker flashes his shot wide.
54 mins: BOOKING Paul Dixon has his name taken for tackle on Knockaert.
59 mins: BOOKING Goal man Knockaert is now booked for a tackle on Dixon. Retribution? It was a really silly tackle anyway.
60 mins: GOAL (0-2) Knockaert scores another quite unbelievable goal. City break quickly and Paul Konchesky's cross is just behind the Frenchman but he somehow lifts his back and, using his heel, flips the ball from behind him and past the helpless Smithie. It's incredible. If he wasn't a fans' favourite already, he certainly is now. Two very special goals from a very special player.
62 mins: A treble substitution for Huddersfield. On come Lee, Arfield and Woods for Dixon, Norwood and Clayton. A last throw of the dice by manager Simon Grayson.
68 mins: Nugent gets in on the act and beats two defenders before firing just wide. City are in full stride now.
73 mins: Clarke produces an excellent block to deny Vardy inside the Terriers box.
78 mins: SUBSTITUTION Jeff Schlupp is on for Dyer.
80 mins: SUBSTITUTION: Martyn Waghorn replaces the hard-working Vardy
90) mins: Nugent should have wrapped up the victory with a third as Waghorn finds him with a low cross into the box eight yards out, but Smithies saves.
90+1 mins: SUBSTITUTION Ben Marshall for Knockaert.
90+4 mins: City see out a great victory which has really demonstrated that they can be considered genuine promotion challengers this season.
F-T: Huddersfield 0 City 2