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18 November 2017 Venue Vitality Stadium Attendance

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15 November 2017

Following the international break, Town return to Premier League action this weekend as they take on Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.

Both sides will go into the game on the back of a win having sealed 1-0 victories over West Brom and Newcastle United respectively in their final games before the break.


Bournemouth currently sit one point above the relegation zone having won three of their opening eleven games this season against Brighton, Stoke and Newcastle.

The Cherries have notched seven times from their opening games with two of those coming in their 2-1 victory over Stoke towards the end of August.

Having seen off Middlesbrough in the fourth-round of the Carabao Cup, Bournemouth have a quarter-final tie against Chelsea to look forward to on the 20 December 2017.


Andrew Surman leads the goal tally for the Cherries this season having notched twice from their opening games. The midfielder grabbed his first goal as a second-half equaliser during his man of the match performance against Brighton where his side came back from a goal down to win 2-1.

Having spent time on loan at Bournemouth last season scoring three times from his ten apperances before being recalled in January, Nathan Aké re-joined the Cherries on a permanent basis for a Club record fee in the Summer. The Dutch defender made his breakthrough in 2015/16 on loan at Watford where he made 24 apperances in the Premier League.


With 170 Premier League goals to his name, Jermaine Defoe has appeared at least once during the last 20 consecutive Premier League seasons. Having scored 15 goals in a relegated Sunderland side last season, the London-born forward signed for Bournemouth on a free transfer in the summer and has scored once this season for the Cherries.


GK: Asmir Begovic

LB: Charlie Daniels
CB: Nathan Aké
CB: Steve Cook
RB: Simon Francis

LM: Marc Pugh
CM: Harry Arter
CM: Andrew Surman
RM: Jordan Ibe

ST: Joshua King
ST: Callum Wilson


David Wagner will give an update on the availability of his squad during tomorrow’s pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday’s encounter.

Kasey Palmer continued his recovery from a hamstring injury playing 45 minutes for Huddersfield Town’s Under-23 side in its 2-0 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday on Monday.

The Terriers will be unable to call upon Phillip Billing (ankle), Jon Gorenc Stanković (knee) and Michael Hefele (Achilles) who are all still recovering from their respective injuries.


Eddie Howe is likely to be without Tyrone Mings, Brad Smith, Junior Stanislas and Benik Afobe when they welcome Town to the Vitality on Saturday afternoon.

Forward Joshua King made a return to action from injury for the Cherries in their 1-0 victory over Newcastle before the international break and is likely to feature.


Huddersfield Town will play in its blue and white home strip for the encounter at the Vitality Stadium.


Huddersfield Town has sold out its full allocation of 1,325 tickets for the game, but coach tickets are still available from the Ticket Office which you can purchase in person or over the phone on 01484 484123.


If you would like to listen to the game, full match commentary will be provided by BBC Radio Leeds via #HTTV; Click HERE to subscribe

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Ticket News


13 October 2017

Game kicks off on Saturday 18 November 2017 at 3pm

- Ticket info for Bournemouth (A)
- Game played on Saturday 18 November; 3pm KO
- Tickets for the Bournemouth match have now sold out

Tickets for Huddersfield Town’s Premier League match away at Bournemouth on Saturday 18 November have now SOLD OUT.

Huddersfield Town has sold out the maximum allocation of 1,325 tickets for the Premier League game at the Vitality Stadium, which kicks off at 3pm.

SALE DATES: (subject to availability)

For info on priority eligibility, click HERE

Tickets for the Bournemouth match have now sold out.


The ballot is now closed for Town supporters.

Successful applicants will have been notified by email and contacted by telephone for payment details. Regrettably, we will be unable to reply to unsuccessful applicants.


Coach travel available for £25 and will depart from PPG Canalside at 7.15am


- In person – visit the John Smith’s Stadium Ticket Office between 9am and 5pm on weekdays, 9am until noon on Saturday non-match days or between 9am and kick-off on Saturday match days
- Over the phone – call the Ticket Office on 01484 484 123 during opening hours
- Online – buy tickets 24 hours a day, seven days a week by clicking HERE

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We will endeavour to answer your queries as soon as possible.

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