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18 January 2021

Everything you need to know ahead of Wednesday’s game

- Preview to Town’s match against Millwall
- A look at Gary Rowett’s key players
- Watch the game on iFollow HTAFC

Huddersfield Town are back in Sky Bet Championship action at the John Smith’s Stadium on Wednesday 20 January 2021, hosting Millwall in a 7pm kick-off.

The Terriers will be looking to respond from their defeat against Watford at the weekend and look for their first win of 2021.

Carlos Corberan’s side go into the game at the John Smith’s Stadium having taken nine points from a possible 12 in the last four home fixtures.


The Lions currently sit in 16th position in the Sky Bet Championship as they go into the second half of the season.

Away from home this season, Millwall have won five out of their 12 games while drawing a further four; that means they have only lost three fixtures away from home this season!

The Lions haven’t won a game at home since October 2020. They have drawn two out of their last four home games with the other two ending in defeats.


Millwall come into this match after their defeat at Nottingham Forest at the weekend in the Sky Bet Championship. This is the fourth consecutive away game for the Lions, prior to the Forest defeat, they drew 1-1 with AFC Bournemouth.

Similarly to Town, Millwall are yet to find their first league win of 2021, although they did beat Boreham Wood in the Emirates FA Cup. The Terrier were beaten by Watford at the weekend but have won seven out of their 12 home games this season.


Shaun Hutchinson

The centre-back joined Millwall as a summer signing in 2016 from Fulham and has made over 130 appearances for the Club. He’s been ever-present too this season and has one assist to his name!

The defender has been named as Millwall’s man of the match twice this season and has some impressive statistics averaging 3.4 clearances a game and 2.6 interceptions.


Ryan Leonard

Ryan Leonard joined Millwall from Sheffield United in 2018 on loan before signing permanently in January 2019.

He’s been a regular in the Lions side this season and has three assists and one goal to his name. The defensive-minded midfielder is well-known for his tackling abilities.


Jed Wallace

The winger is Millwall’s top goal scorer this season with six to his name!

He has been ever-present for Gary Rowett’s side this season and has also set two goals up for his teammates! He averages two shots, key passes and successful dribbles per match.



It’s the Terriers who have edged the record against the Lions; winning 22 of the 48 encounters to Millwall’s 19, with the other seven playing out as draws.

In their last meeting this season, Town travelled to The Den and beat the Lions 3-0.


Our game is one of 11 fixtures in this midweek round of Sky Bet Championship matches. Sheffield Wednesday’s game against Wycombe Wanderers has been postponed.

Tuesday 19 January 2021

Derby County vs Bournemouth (6pm)
Reading vs Coventry City (6pm)
Blackburn Rovers vs Swansea City (7pm)
Rotherham United vs Stoke City (7.45pm)
Watford vs Barnsley (7.45pm)

Wednesday 20 January 2021

Norwich City vs Bristol City (6pm)
Brentford vs Luton Town (7pm)
Cardiff City vs Queens Park Rangers (7pm)
Huddersfield Town vs Millwall (7pm)
Nottingham Forest vs Middlesbrough (7pm)
Birmingham City vs Preston North End (7.45pm)


Carlos Corberan will provide an update on his side ahead of Wednesday’s game during his virtual press conference on Tuesday (19 January 2021).


Town will be in the blue-and-white striped home kit for the visit of the Lions – CLICK HERE to get your home shirt!


With the game being played behind-closed-doors, Town Season Card holders will be able to watch the match for FREE in iFollow HTAFC.

If you aren’t a Season Card Holder, then you can purchase a match pass for £10!

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Match Reports


20 January 2021

A first-half strike from Scott Malone condemned Huddersfield Town to a 1-0 defeat over Millwall at the John Smith’s Stadium.

The former Terrier’s fourth-minute goal was the decisive effort as Town were beaten by the Lions in the Sky Bet Championship.

Huddersfield Town Head Coach Carlos Corberán made three changes to the side that faced Watford at the weekend.

Richard Keogh made his second debut for the Terriers having signed from MK Dons the previous day. The centre-back spent time on loan with the Club in 2007.

Naby Sarr and Danny Ward were also included in the team as the Terriers went in search of a first win of the calendar year.

The search for that got off to a less than ideal start however, as the visitors took an early advantage in the heavy West Yorkshire rain.

Former Town man Scott Malone found himself unmarked inside the area and kept his composure to find the net with a curling shot that went in off the inside of the far post.

The Terriers had the chance to level the game up just over 10 minutes later when Lewis O’Brien was brought down inside the box, but Fraizer Campbell’s penalty came back off the bar as the score stayed at 1-0.

Town continued in their attempts to mount a response in the minutes that followed. Juninho Bacuna drove wide after a powering run forward from O’Brien, before Danny Ward forced Millwall ‘keeper Bartosz Białkowski into a good diving save to keep out his effort after Harry Toffolo had done well to find him.

After the break, it was Rolando Aarons who went close for the Terriers. Making his first home start since joining the Club earlier in the month, the winger cut inside on to his right foot but skewed a strike wide of the target from just inside the penalty area.

Shortly after, there was a huge let off for Town. Ryan Leonard had the ball in the net following a scramble in the penalty area but there was judged to be an offside impacting the goal, with it being ruled out by the referee.

At the other end, Naby Sarr stretched but couldn’t quite get the right contact as Town stepped up the search for an equaliser.

The defender was unmarked at the back post following Juninho Bacuna’s corner from the left, but his outstretched effort went over the crossbar.

In stoppage time, it was another corner from the left that caused problems. This time it was O'Brien who rose highest but his effort was wide of the target with the final whistle going soon after, as the club from the capital held firm to take all three points from West Yorkshire.

Next up for Town is a trip to Ashton Gate to face Bristol City in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday 26 January 2020; 7pm kick-off.


Ryan Schofield; Harry Toffolo (c), Naby Sarr, Richard Keogh (Alex Pritchard, 85’), Pipa; Álex Vallejo, Lewis O’Brien, Juninho Bacuna (Kieran Phillips, 85’); Rolando Aarons (Pat Jones, 68’), Fraizer Campbell, Danny Ward (Isaac Mbenza, 60’)

Unused subs

Joel Pereira; Demeaco Duhaney, Romoney Crichlow, Jaden Brown, Scott High

MILLWALL (3-5-2)

Bartosz Białkowski; Jake Cooper, Shaun Hutchinson (c), Ryan Leonard; Scott Malone, Ryan Woods, Shaun Williams (Shane Ferguson, 76’), Ben Thompson (Mahlon Romeo, 75’), Danny McNamara (Kenneth Zohore, 75’); Jón Daði Böðvarsson, Jed Wallace (Tom Bradshaw, 76’)

Unused subs

Frank Fielding; Matt Smith, Alex Pearce, Mason Bennett, Troy Parrott


Peter Bankes


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