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24 September 2019

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All the info you need ahead of the visit of Millwall on Saturday

- Preview ahead of Town vs Millwall
- The lowdown on Neil Harris’ side
- Tickets still available for the game

Danny Cowley will be hoping to pick up his first win as Huddersfield Town Manager when Millwall make the trip to the John Smith’s Stadium in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday 28 September 2019; 3pm kick-off.

The Terriers lost out to West Bromwich Albion last time out, despite twice taking the lead at the Hawthorns, and will be hoping to build on that performance against Neil Harris’ Millwall.

The game will be Town’s first Saturday 3pm kick-off since before the international break, following recent back-to-back Sunday noon kick-offs against West Brom and Sheffield Wednesday.


The Lions currently possess the Sky Bet Championship’s longest-serving manager at their respective club, in Neil Harris who became First Team Manager off the back of two successful spells there during his playing career.

Harris, who is Millwall’s all-time leading goalscorer, will be eyeing the Club’s first away league win of the campaign following two draws and two defeats from their first four games on the road in the Sky Bet Championship this season.

Despite their lack of fortunes away from home, their form at The Den sees them occupy the 16th spot in the Sky Bet Championship table through the first eight games of the season, picking up seven points including wins against Preston North End and Sheffield Wednesday.

They’re without a win in their last five in the league however, with a narrow home defeat to Queens Park Rangers last time out.

Harris’ side will be searching for their first away victory in the Sky Bet Championship since March when they make the trip up to West Yorkshire at the weekend.



The defender played for Town between 2012 and 2016 before signing for Scunthorpe United and then making the move to Millwall in 2018. Wallace became an instant hero amongst the Millwall faithful during his debut season at The Den, scoring the winner in consecutive rounds of the FA Cup against Everton and AFC Wimbledon on the Club’s run to the Quarter-Finals in 2018/19.


The Portsmouth Academy graduate enjoyed two fruitful loan spells with Neil Harris’ side before signing for the Club permanently in 2017. Since then, the winger has played just over a century of games in the blue of Millwall, scoring 14 times including strikes against Preston North End and Hull City this season.


Smith was one of Millwall’s permanent summer signings ahead of the 2019/20 campaign, making the switch across both London and the Sky Bet Championship having signed from Queens Park Rangers. He’s already found his goalscoring touch in Millwall colours and is currently the Club’s joint top scorer following strikes against West Bromwich Albion and Sheffield Wednesday in the opening weeks of the season.


Manager Danny Cowley will detail Huddersfield Town’s latest team news at his press conference on Friday 27 September 2019.

Both Alex Pritchard and Collin Quaner were unavailable for the last two games through injury.


Goalkeeper Frank Fielding and winger Jiří Skalák both missed last weekend’s game at Queens Park Rangers with their respective injuries.


There are still tickets available for Saturday’s game at the John Smith’s Stadium – CLICK HERE to buy yours now!


Town will be wearing the famous blue and white stripes for Saturday’s game – CLICK HERE to get yours!


Huddersfield Town fans that live outside the UK can purchase an International Match Pass for £5.

Supporters who are in the UK will be able to listen to in-game commentary from the John Smith’s Stadium if they purchase an Audio Match Pass. The audio commentary is also available to those supporters who have monthly or season iFollow HTAFC passes.

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Match Reports


30 September 2019

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Lincoln test will be a strong base to learn from for the Young Terriers

- Huddersfield Town’s Under-17s continue work on high fight zones
- ‘A massive day of learning’ according to John Worthington
- Young Terriers are back in action in the Clarets Cup on

Huddersfield Town’s Under-17s will have learnt a lot from their latest Youth Alliance League game.

They were provided with a tough test from Lincoln City as they tried to continue their work on high fight zones.

“I think it’s been a real day for learning,” said Worthy.

“It will be really good for us to watch the footage back and look at tactically how we could’ve done better in areas.

“When you’ve got a group of 16-year-olds, the performance levels are going to fluctuate from a high like last week to most players being below par today; that’s all part of their learning.

“The aim over this period is to develop them so they can be more consistent as players.

“We came into this on the back of an excellent performance against Chesterfield where we implemented the high press and high fight zone really well, then now after this match we’ve come up against a very good Lincoln side in a different formation.

“This has shown us all the areas we need to work on tactics-wise when you come up against different sides, we can learn loads from this as a group and I can learn more about the individual players.”

Worthy and the rest of the academy staff can continue to fine tune the youngsters’ work on fight zones in all areas of the pitch, with a busy schedule in October to test out what they will have learnt.

The Young Terriers will feature in the Clarets Cup in Doncaster and also play two Youth Alliance League matches next month, all before returning to Lincoln in the Youth Alliance Cup, a fixture that Worthy is already relishing.

“The development games are all about trying things and taking what we’ve done into training into a game – we’ve got a few of those then we actually return here in the cup, which I’m really looking forward to now.”

Town’s Under-17s will face Doncaster Rovers in the Clarets Cup on Tuesday evening, where the main focus will be on performance.

The match will kick-off at 7pm and I’ll take place on the 3G pitch on the Keepmoat Stadium Complex.

Town’s U17s vs Lincoln City (4-2-3-1)

Michael Roxburgh; Luke Daley, Josh Okpolokpo, Loick Ayina, Gulutte Zunda; Ernaldo Krasniqi, Ben Midgley (c); Darnel Baxter-Alleyne (Remi Thompson, 46’), Brahima Diarra, Myles Bright; Robson Shipley

Final Score

Lincoln City 5-0 Huddersfield Town Under-17s

Huddersfield Town Under-19s are also in action tomorrow (Tuesday 1 October 2019)!

Dean Whitehead’s Young Terriers will face Shrewsbury Town in the Central League Cup at PPG Canalside, kicking off at 1pm.

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