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Match Previews


29 October 2020

Everything you need to know ahead of Saturday’s game

- Millwall vs Huddersfield Town preview
- A look at the Lions’ key men
- Watch the game on iFollow HTAFC

Huddersfield are back in Sky Bet Championship action with a trip to The Den to face Millwall on Saturday 31 October 2020; 3pm kick-off.

The Terriers will be looking respond from their midweek defeat to Birmingham City and return to winning ways against the Lions.

Carlos Corberan’s side go into the clash in London having taken four points from a possible nine in the last three outings away from the John Smith’s Stadium.

Saturday night’s match is the second of two games on the road this week for the Terriers, following the midweek trip to Birmingham City.


Manager Gary Rowett has now been at the Club for over a year and is experiencing his first full season as a manager there.

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The Englishman has overseen a strong campaign for the Lions who currently sit fourth after the opening eight games. After taking over in October 2019, Rowett will be looking to build on last year’s impressive campaign where they finished eighth.

At home this season, the Lions have only won one of their four games, drawing the other three; that means they’re still unbeaten at The Den this season!

On their travels, they’ve won three of their last four games. Their only defeat in the current campaign has come against Swansea City.


After going into the international break off the back of a defeat, Millwall have since taken 13 points from their last five fixtures having won four and drawn one since returning to action.

The Lions go into Saturday’s encounter having picked up three points in their midweek fixture away from home to Preston North End. Top scorer Jed Wallace scored his fourth of the campaign, whilst summer signing Kenneth Zohore grabbed his first goal for Millwall.

As for Town, the Terriers will be looking to get back to winning ways after falling to defeat against Preston North End and Birmingham City in the build up to this match.


Jed Wallace

The 26-year-old has enjoyed a solid start to the season becoming the Lions top scorer in the early part of the season, currently scoring four goals for his side. Playing down the right wing Millwall’s no.7 has scored three of his four goals this season away from home.

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Connor Mahoney

The 23-year-old winger joined Millwall in the summer of 2019 and has gone from strength-to-strength with the Lions. He’s got one goal and one assist to his name this season and has flourished under the guidance of Gary Rowett.

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Kenneth Zohore

One of the Lions’ summer signings, Kenneth Zohore, joined on loan from West Bromwich Albion. He scored his first goal for the Club in their last outing as they beat Preston North End 2-0 at Deepdale.

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It’s the Terriers who have edged the record against the Lions over the years winning 21 of the 47 encounters to Millwall’s 19, with the other seven being drawn.

Recent history in the fixture has gone in Town’s favour, with only one defeat for the Terriers in the last seven meetings dating back to April 2013.

In their last meeting back in July, Town were beaten 4-1 away from home for the first time in seven years by the Lions.


Our trip to East London is one of 12 games across the Sky Bet Championship to be played this weekend. Here’s the full list of fixtures (all kick-offs are 3pm BST unless stated) …

Friday 30 October 2020

Coventry City vs Reading (7.45pm BST)

Saturday 31 October 2020

Bristol City vs Norwich City (12.30pm BST)
Barnsley vs Watford
AFC Bournemouth vs Derby County
Luton Town vs Brentford
Middlesbrough vs Nottingham Forest
Millwall vs Huddersfield Town
Preston North End vs Birmingham City
Queens Park Rangers vs Cardiff City
Stoke City vs Rotherham United
Swansea City vs Blackburn Rovers
Wycombe Wanderers vs Sheffield Wednesday


Carlos Corberan will provide an update on his side ahead of Saturday’s game during his virtual press conference on Friday 30 October 2020.

The Terriers were without Tommy Elphick (knee), Álex Vallejo (quarantine), Naby Sarr (suspended), Danny Ward (hamstring) and Rarmani Edmonds-Green (hip) in their last outing.


Town will be back in the yellow and purple third kit for the trip to East London – CLICK HERE to get yours!


Huddersfield Town supporters can watch Saturday’s game against Millwall on iFollow HTAFC.

As per the agreement between the EFL and Sky Sports, Season Card holders will not receive a code to watch this game.

That means that all supporters have to purchase a match pass on iFollow HTAFC to watch the game!

The match pass will cost £10; click here to get yours.

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Match Reports


31 October 2020

A resounding showing across the 90 minutes from Huddersfield Town saw the Terriers pick up all three points at The Den following a 3-0 win over Millwall in the Sky Bet Championship.

Josh Koroma’s first half strike meant that Town held the lead for the majority of the game before late goals from Pipa and Lewis O’Brien sealed an emphatic victory for the Terriers in the capital.

Just three days on from the last outing, Carlos Corberán opted to go with a fresh look to his starting XI, with five changes to the side that started at St Andrew’s on Wednesday evening.

Demeaco Duhaney came in for his first start of the campaign whilst Naby Sarr returned from his one-match suspension to partner Captain Christopher Schindler in the middle of a back four.

Lewis O’Brien and Alex Pritchard came into the midfield whilst Isaac Mbenza started in South East London fresh off the back of his first goal of the campaign in midweek.

Following an early Saturday afternoon of persistent drizzle in the capital, a pleasant sight of mid-Autumn sunshine greeted the players on the way out of the tunnel at The Den.

Having stood tall against an early barrage of corners for the home side, the Terriers pressed Mahlon Romeo into firing the game’s first effort wide, moments before Josh Koroma drilled straight at Bartosz Białkowski in the Millwall goal at the other end.

Having got his sights set in on that attempt, Town’s no.19 made no mistake in finding the bottom corner with his next shot.

The forward latched on to Adama Diakhaby’s header across the box from the right whilst on the run into the penalty area, to give Town a 19th minute lead with his second goal of the season.

The strike looked to have instilled confidence going forward in the Terriers, with Koroma again going close having been found by Lewis O’Brien’s squared to the back post, but this time his effort was blocked by a Lions defender.

Town had to be alert going the other way too, as the game approached the interval. Defending as a unit, Harry Toffolo snuffed out Murray Wallace’s ball in from the left and cleared before Isaac Mbenza did the same to get rid of Romeo’s dangerous pass moments later.

Seconds before the break, Ben Hamer was called into action for the first real time, getting down well to his left to parry away Connor Mahoney’s curling effort that was angling for the bottom corner.

Having gone into the break ahead, the Terriers continued to rally after it to hold on to the narrow lead. Schindler and Sarr kept tabs on the aerial threat of Millwall substitute Matt Smith whilst Jonathan Hogg continued to break up threatening attacks as they reached the edge of the Town box.

With the hosts chasing a leveller, the gaps opened up for Carlos Corberán’s side to extend the lead going forward. Swift counter-attacking moves worked opportunities for Isaac Mbenza and Adama Diakhaby in quick succession who both rolled the ball just wide of the post, either side of the hour mark.

Having been on target with the game’s only goal so far, Koroma continued to cause the opposition defence problems, dropping into dangerous pockets in the attacking third of the pitch.

The forward’s movement worked shooting opportunities on two occasions inside the box, but both were straight down the throat of Białkowski.

With the Lions stepping up their efforts as the game ticked into the final minute of normal time, Town got their reward for the continued pressure on the Millwall goal.

Having come on a substitute to play from the left side of the front three, Pipa was slipped in by Juninho Bacuna on the counter, before cutting inside and firing a shot at goal that was too hot to handle for Białkowski who, despite his best efforts, couldn’t stop the ball from crossing the line to double Town’s lead.

Having set up the second, Bacuna continued to drive Town forward in stoppage time and had himself another assist in quick succession as the Terriers finished the game off through Lewis O’Brien.

The midfielder's ball found O’Brien’s run with the midfielder emphatically slotting the ball past the ‘keeper to wrap up a resounding 3-0 win in style, along with all three points for Town on Halloween in the capital.

Next up for the Terriers is a return to the John Smith’s Stadium to host Bristol City on Tuesday 3 November 2020; 7pm kick-off.

MILLWALL (3-4-2-1)

Bartosz Białkowski; Murray Wallace, Jake Cooper, Shaun Hutchinson (c); Scott Malone (Mason Bennett, 64’), Ryan Woods, Ryan Leonard, Mahlon Romeo; Jed Wallace, Connor Mahoney (Jón Daði Böðvarsson, 79’); Tom Bradshaw (Matt Smith, 46’)

Unused subs

Frank Fielding; Ben Thompson, Shane Ferguson, Jiří Skalák


Ben Hamer; Harry Toffolo, Naby Sarr, Christopher Schindler (c), Demeaco Duhaney; Jonathan Hogg, Lewis O’Brien, Alex Pritchard (Juninho Bacuna, 46’); Adama Diakhaby (Pipa, 66’), Josh Koroma, Isaac Mbenza (Fraizer Campbell, 85’)

Unused subs

Joel Pereira; Richard Stearman, Carel Eiting, Jaden Brown


Gavin Ward


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