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25 January 2019

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Jan Siewert begins his reign as Huddersfield Town Head Coach with a game under the floodlights as Marco Silva’s Everton side visit the John Smith’s Stadium on Tuesday 29 January; 7:45pm kick-off.

The newly-appointed Head Coach will be hoping his side can clinch all three points in his first game in charge.

The visitors currently sit 11th in the Premier League table, just three points off seventh place. However, Everton’s last Premier League fixture was a 2-1 away defeat to Southampton.

The Toffees come into the game off the back of two wins from their last five games – securing their second away win of the season during that period, beating Burnley 5-1.

Silva took over as Manager of Everton in May 2018, with the former right-back having previously managed both Hull City and Watford in the Premier League.

The corresponding fixture saw the points shared in September 2018 as an equaliser from Dominic Calvert-Lewin cancelled out Philip Billing’s opener.


GK: Jordan Pickford

LB: Lucas Digne
CB: Kurt Zouma
CB: Michael Keane
RB: Séamus Coleman

CDM: Idrissa Gueye
CDM: André Gomes

LW: Bernard
CAM: Gylfi Sigurðsson
RW: Ademola Lookman

ST: Richarlison

Lucas Digne - 6.2

Lucas Digne joined Everton in August 2018 from FC Barcelona where he won three trophies during his time in Spain. The 25-year-old full-back has made an impressive start to his career on Merseyside after grabbing three goals and supplying three assists in the Premier League during the current campaign.

Gylfi Sigurðsson - 5.2
Gylfi Sigurðsson signed for the Toffees in August 2017 after impressing for Swansea City during his second spell with the South Wales side. The Icelandic international made his debut for his country in 2010 and helped the nation reach the Quarter-Finals at UEFA Euro 2016. The 29-year-old has grabbed nine goals in the Premier League so far this season.

Kurt Zouma - 4.8
Kurt Zouma began his professional career with Saint-Étienne before signing for Chelsea in January 2014. Zouma has made 71 appearances for parent club Chelsea, but spent the 2017/18 season on loan with Stoke City before joining Everton on loan for the 2018/19 campaign. The 24-year-old has scored one goal and provided two assists so far this season.


Marco Silva is likely to be without Phil Jagielka who is out with a knock.

FPL Injury News:

Phil Jagielka - Knock - Unknown return date


Huddersfield Town Head Coach Jan Siewert will provide the latest update on his team during Monday’s Press Conference at PPG Canalside.

FPL Injury News:

Philip Billing – Knee – 75% chance of playing
Aaron Mooy – Knee – Expected back in February
Danny Williams – Knee – Expected back at the end of February
Abdelhamid Sabiri – Shoulder - Expected back in February


A limited number of tickets remain for the match at the John Smith’s Stadium.

If you want to see Jan Siewert’s first game in charge CLICK HERE to buy your ticket NOW!


Town will be wearing the famous blue and white stripes for Tuesday night’s Premier League game at the John Smith’s Stadium.


Please note road works are taking place on the junction of Halifax Road/Edgerton Road and Blacker Road, Edgerton. If you’re coming to the game, please leave extra time for your journey.

If you can’t make it to the game, why not listen to full commentary provided by BBC Radio Leeds via #HTTV? Click here to find out more.

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29 January 2019

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Not the start Jan Siewert had in mind as a sole Richarlison strike in the opening minutes condemned Huddersfield Town to defeat against Everton on a bitterly cold Tuesday night in HD1.

The Terriers' best chances arrived mid-way through the second-half, with Jordan Pickford pulling off two fantastic saves to deny both substitute Aaron Mooy's free-kick and Elias Kachunga's header after Lucas Digne had seen red for bringing down Adama Diakhaby's clear route to goal.

The new Head Coach made three alterations following on from the previous defeat against Manchester City, with Florent Hadergjonaj, Steve Mounié and Zanka all returning to the starting XI. Adama Diakhaby made back-to-back starts for the first time since the turn of September.

Despite all the pre-match positivity, it was the worst possible start for the German. Richarlison slotted home at the second bite of the cherry just three minutes in from Tom Davies' by-line cut-back after a clever pass from Bernard.

So, an early test of character for Siewert's players to really test their credentials in the face of adversity with so little time on the clock.

A nervy start continued as Christopher Schindler gifted possession to goalscorer Richarlison, only for the Brazilian's forward pass to Tosun eventually see Schindler recover to block the Turkish striker's initial cross into the area for the arriving Everton cavalry.

Although Marco Silva's were evidently out to avenge their Emirates FA Cup exit at Millwall on Saturday, Town ever so slightly began to initiate positive sequences of possession themselves in the hunt for the equaliser. Skipper Jonathan Hogg tried to feed through Steve Mounié but it was just out of the latter's reach to touch and possibly force goalwards at Jordan Pickford.

Jan Siewert was definitely impressed with the response, and urged the already vocipherous crowd to roar on the boys that bit further as momentum gathered and confidence continued to rise.

A lucky break down the flank for Richarlison caught Zanka flat-footed, and as the winger delivered for Tosun in the centre, Terence Kongolo time his sliding clearance to perfection to divert away from danger.

Both teams were pressing high up the pitch refusing to allow measured play out from the back. Town seemed to execute their press well to an extent, forcing the Toffees out of possession several times throughout the first period.

Goalmouth action was at a premium, but tensions were really running high in the aftermath of a few tasty challenges in personal battles; Cenk Tosun, in particular, attempting to spearhead the Everton press in the way of a Town composure on the ball which had yet to see a reward for its patience.

Mounié fired wide as the interval beckoned but it had been a somewhat pleasing first period for the new Head Coach to ponder over despite going behind right at the start.

Tom Davies fired straight at Jonas Lössl as the second half unfolded, and Town also looked to carve out a chance with Steve Mounié clipping in a cross from the left flank to which the far-post target of Adama Diakhaby couldn't manage to muscle his way onto beyond Leighton Baines.

Aaron Mooy's 56th introduction was welcomed by the Terriers faithful as Siewert used his first roll of the dice to prise that elusive leveller.

Elias Kachunga almost found. Mooy dictated play instantly and found the overlapping Terence Kongolo. The defender whipped in a delightfully teasing cross for Kache who's header sailed over Pickford's crossbar to the relief of marker Michael Keane.

Then a glimmer of hope for the Terriers as visiting substitute Lucas Digne saw red for tripping Adama Diakhaby. Adama raced clear having sprung the offside trap to latch onto Juninho Bacuna's inch-perfect lofted through ball only to be fouled by the recovering Frenchman who swiftly received his marching orders from referee Stuart Attwell.

A flurry of chances followed. Firstly, Pickford batted away Aaron Mooy's powerful free-kick from the edge of the area as a result of that foul, ahead of a combination of Zanka and Elias Kachunga failing to make an adequate connection on Steve Mounié's header back into the danger area.

Hauling level still required patience even though the Blue half of Merseyside were a man light. Silva packed numbers in behind the ball to frustrate the Terriers in their offensive ventures, but that wasn't to say the men from HD1 weren't trying their utmost to create that one key chance.

Jordan Pickford was instrumental in thwarting Town from making arguably the best chance of the second half count.

Excellent skill from Adama Diakhaby to beat Jonjoe Kenny- brought on to shore up the Toffees backline in light of the dismissal - eventually resulted in a cross finding its way to Elias Kachunga at the far post. The DR Congo man leapt highest to head forcefully downwards aiming for the corner, only for Pickford to produce a save of the highest quality to keep Marco Silva's outfit a goal to the good.

It would prove to be the last meaningful action of the encounter, as Everton held on for the points.

Jan Siewert's first trip on the road is a visit to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea this coming Saturday (2 February 2019, 3pm).

TOWN (4-3-3)

Jonas Lössl; Terence Kongolo, Christopher Schindler, Mathias Zanka, Florent Hadergjonaj; Juninho Bacuna, Jonathan Hogg (c) (Aaron Mooy, 56'), Jason Puncheon; Adama Diakhaby (Laurent Depoitre, 87'), Steve Mounié, Elias Kachunga (Chris Löwe, 82')


Ben Hamer, Tommy Smith, Erik Durm, Alex Pritchard


Jordan Pickford; Leighton Baines (c) (Lucas Digne, 55'), Michael Keane, Kurt Zouma, Séamus Coleman; André Gomes, Tom Davies; Bernard, Gylfi Sigurðsson, Richarlison (Dominic Calvert-Lewin, 86'); Cenk Tosun (Jonjoe Kenny, 69')


Maarten Stekelenburg, James McCarthy, Ademola Lookman, Theo Walcott


Stuart Attwell


23,699 (2,195 Everton)

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