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17 March 2022

All you need to know ahead of Saturday’s big game

- Huddersfield Town vs AFC Bournemouth
- Tickets still available for £10 in all areas for all ages
- Listen on iFollow HTAFC

Huddersfield Town are back in Sky Bet Championship action on Saturday 19 March 2022 when they take on AFC Bournemouth at the John Smith’s Stadium; 3pm kick-off.

Town come into the game having suffered their first league defeat since November 2021 on Wednesday night away at the Den against Millwall, whilst Bournemouth will arrive at the John Smith’s Stadium having dropped points late on at home against Reading in a one-all draw.


Bournemouth currently occupy second place in the division, having picked up 66 points after 35 games.

Managed by Scott Parker, Bournemouth have gone through a difficult run of form in recent weeks despite their impressive start to the season.

Town will be hoping to get revenge on the Cherries on Saturday following a 3-0 defeat in the return fixture at the Vitality Stadium in October 2021.


Lloyd Kelly

Having joined Bournemouth from fellow Championship side Bristol City in 2019, Kelly has gone on to make over 75 appearances for the Cherries. Kelly has missed only five games this season for Bournemouth, with the side only keeping one clean sheet in the games he has missed. Playing all his minutes this season as a centre back, Kelly has been influential to Bournemouth's impressive season up to now. With only one goal to his name, Kelly’s strengths are in the defensive third of the pitch where he often has just the one central defensive partner as the Cherries operate with a back four. He has made 10 appearances for England’s U21’s, making his debut in a 2-1 over Italy in 2018.

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Todd Cantwell

One of Scott Parker’s January signings, Todd Cantwell has featured in every game since his arrival at the club. Having won two Championship titles with Norwich City in past few seasons, Cantwell made the switch to Bournemouth for regular game time after falling out of favor at Carrow Road. He has started all his games for Bournemouth as a central midfielder, with only one defeat in the five league matches he has featured in. The technically gifted midfield player had made over 100 appearances for Norwich before his loan move to Bournemouth, with England’s youth sides recognising him as a talented player, handing him four appearances for the under-21's.

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Jamal Lowe

After being on the losing side of the Championship Play-Off Final with Swansea City in 2021, Lowe made the move to Bournemouth at the end of the summer transfer window. The former Portsmouth forward had made over 50 appearances for the Welsh side before his switch following the departure of then Swansea manager Steve Cooper. At Bournemouth, Lowe has scored five times for the club. Three of those five goals came in back-to-back games, scoring against Preston, Blackpool and Stoke City to more than double his tally for the season. Lowe can play all across the forward line, with his speed proving to be a problem for lots of defenders.

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Head Coach Carlos Corberán will provide an update on the fitness of the squad during his virtual press conference on Friday 18 March 2022.


Town will be in their famous blue and white stripes for Saturday’s game.

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All tickets for Saturday’s game are available for £10 in all areas of the stadium for all ages.


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Match Reports


19 March 2022

Town beaten at home

- Huddersfield Town 0-3 AFC Bournemouth
- Terriers beaten at home
- Town now go into the international break

Huddersfield Town fell to their first home defeat since November 2021 on Saturday afternoon, being beaten 0-3 by AFC Bournemouth.

A dominant performance from the visitors, resulting in a trio of goals, saw the Terriers unable to pull anything back at the John Smith’s Stadium.

The Cherries got out of the blocks fastest, forcing Lee Nicholls into a stop in only third minute. The ball fell kindly to Dominic Solanke, but our no.21 was down smartly to parry it away from danger.

A minute later, Town had a chance of their own as Wardy came close from a corner. The striker almost had a tap-in, but Bournemouth managed to scramble it clear.

The 10th minute saw Solanke try his luck again, but his looping header crashed against the crossbar.

Bournemouth’s pressure paid off nine minutes later, with Jaidon Anthony opening the scoring. Solanke picked out Anthony, who finished low past Nicholls.

Town had a chance to equalised as the clock showed 25 minutes player, but Harry Toffolo’s volley from inside the box went over.

The Cherries doubled their lead in the 31st minute. Solanke was played through and saw his shot well saved by Nicholls, but Town were unable to clear, seeing it fall to Lerma who sent a left-footed half-volley into the back of the net.

The game settled for the remainder of the half, with neither side able to find any clear-cut chances.

The second half saw the visitors score almost instantly after the restart. Solanke finally got his goal, latching onto a low ball into the box from former Town man Phillip Billing.

Billing tried his own luck 10 minutes later, but Matty Pearson put him under pressure, seeing him trickle a tame effort into Nicholls’ hands.

Town’s first chance of the half came in the 58th minute. A nice move from Town saw Ward set second half substitute Josh Koroma down the left, before cutting back in to claim the ball and see his right footed effort gathered by Mark Travers.

Once again, the game settled, with the visitors remaining the more dominant side.

The final minute of injury time saw Thomas test Travers with a curler from the edge of the box, but the visitors ‘keeper was able to get it away.

Town now go into the international break – they’ll be back in action when they travel to Hull City on Friday 1 April 2022.

Town’s Line-Up (4-2-3-1)

Lee Nicholls; Harry Toffolo, Tom Lees (Levi Colwill, 46’), Matty Pearson, Ollie Turton; Lewis O’Brien, Jon Russell; Duane Holmes (Tino Anjorin, 69’), Danel Sinani (Josh Koroma, 52’), Sorba Thomas; Danny Ward

Unused Subs

Jamal Blackman; Pipa, Jordan Rhodes, Carel Eiting

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