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Match Previews


4 November 2021

All you need to know ahead of our trip to South Wales on Saturday afternoon

- Cardiff City vs Huddersfield Town preview
- Town travel to the Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday 6 November
- Listen along on iFollow HTAFC

Our third game in a week ahead of the upcoming November international break, Town make the long journey to South Wales on Saturday 6 November 2021 to face Cardiff City at 3pm in the Sky Bet Championship.

Having been held to a 1-1 draw in Peterborough on Tuesday night after Danny Ward’s left footed volley was cancelled out late on, the Terriers will be keen to add three more points to their tally ahead of the November international break.

Cardiff City enter the game having just lost 0-1 at home to Queens Park Rangers, taking just one point from their last ten matches. Andre Gray scored the only goal of the game 37 minutes in to the first-half, with the home side unable to find an equaliser.


It’s fair to say that Cardiff City aren’t enjoying the season they would’ve hoped for. Having parted ways with manager Mick McCarthy during a run of eight straight defeats, the Bluebirds are currently under the caretaker charge of former Millwall forward Steve Morison.

Sat in 21st position in the Sky Bet Championship with 12 points having only won three times so far this season, the side from the Welsh capital also have the unfortunate distinction of the division’s worst goal difference at present.

Despite their current form and standing, Cardiff will take heart from their historic home record against Town, having not lost on home turf to the Terriers since 2001 at the old Ninian Park.


Aden Flint

Standing over 6ft 5inches tall, Flint is an athletic central defender with an imposing frame. Having has a long career and previously appeared for the likes of Swindon Town, Bristol City and Middlesbrough, the Derbyshire-born defender is known for his attacking threat from set pieces and energetic approach to defending. Having started the majority of Cardiff’s matches this season, he has four goals and an assist to his name so far, as well as four bookings. A great defensive blocker of the ball, Town will need to be wary of him at both ends of the field.


Kierffer Moore

Another of Cardiff’s giant 6ft 5inch starters, Moore is a handful for defenders with a real pedigree to his name, having become an international regular for Wales, appearing in major tournaments for his country. 29-years-old, the former Wigan, Barnsley and Ipswich man may not be a prolific goalscorer, but his presence up top allows Cardiff to have a target man to play from, which allows for those around him to feed off his knockdowns and layoffs. Having scored twice and assisted as many goals this season, Town’s backline will have to keep a close eye on the large forward.


Ryan Giles

On loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers, the lightening quick winger is a constant threat out wide for Cardiff and a real outlet for the Welsh side. Having played as left wingback in their last few matches, he is perhaps their main chance creator, and somebody Town should be careful to limit the involvement of going forward. A strong dribbler and crosser of the ball, the England Under-20 international is currently in his sixth loan spell away from Molineux, and with seven Championship assists to his name already, will be hoping his performances are catching the eye of his parent club.



Town remain without long-term absentees Jordan Rhodes, Pipa, Alex Vallejo, Ryan Schofield and Aaron Rowe.

You can hear about Town’s team news in full by watching Carlos Corberán’s latest press conference, which will take place on Friday 5 November and be published on HTTV and Spotify.


The Terriers will be back in our beach glass third kit for the second time in as many games at the Cardiff City Stadium, and with further stock due soon, you can pre-order your own by CLICKING HERE.

As it is Cardiff City’s Remembrance fixture, we will have poppies included on our shirts, which will then be auctioned in aid of the Royal British Legion by Match Worn Shirts later in the week, joining our home shirts from our recent fixture against Millwall.



Tickets for the match will go off sale at the Ticket Office at 3pm on Friday 5 November. Prices are as follows:

Adults - £19

Over-60s - £16

16-21s - £10

Under-16s - £8

Disabled supporters should pay their relevant price class and will receive a companion ticket free of charge.

Please CLICK HERE to secure your place at the Cardiff City Stadium.


The Welsh Government requires spectators over 18-years-old to show their COVID status in order to enter the Cardiff City Stadium.

Please find Cardiff City's COVID Guidelines directly by CLICKING HERE.


Coach tickets are available at £27 per person, with coaches departing the St Andrew’s Road car park at 8am on match day. Fans can park in the St. Andrew’s Road car park. These will be removed from sale at 3pm on Friday 5 November. CLICK HERE to book your travel.


If you’re unable to attend the game, you’ll be able to listen along via iFollow HTAFC!

Town fans will be able to listen to Saturday’s game through our live audio commentary by purchasing either a Monthly or Audio Match Pass to tune in live. You can purchase a UK Season Pass for £45, Monthly Pass for £4.49 and an Audio Match Pass for £2.50.

CLICK HERE to sign up to iFollow HTAFC!


Available via HTTV on YouTube and Spotify, our Cardiff City Preview Show features Town midfielder Lewis O’Brien and Ali Maxwell of the Not The Top 20 Podcast. The show will be released at 5pm on Friday 5 November and is the perfect way to get ready for our latest game!

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Match Reports


6 November 2021

Town beaten on the road

- Town beaten 2-1 by Cardiff City
- Danel Sinani on the scoresheet
- The Terriers now go into the international break

Huddersfield Town were unable to hold out a 1-0 lead at the Cardiff City Stadium, seeing the hosts come from behind to win 2-1.

The first shot of the game fell to the Bluebirds, with Ryan Giles trying an effort from distance. Thankfully, he dragged it well wide.

Town then began to build into the game, taking control of the ball and showing some nice passages of play.

Unfortunately for the Terriers, they were forced into an early change, as Captain Jonathan Hogg hit the ground after stretching for a pass. After being down for some time, the decision was made to take him off in place of Scott High, with Lewis O’Brien being handed the armband.

However, Town didn’t let that stop their stride, opening the scoring in the 12th minute! Cardiff under hit a back pass, allowing Danel Sinani to latch onto it and slip a neat finish under Alex Smithies!

The hosts responded well to falling behind, showing much more willing to get on the ball. The Terriers defended well, forcing Cardiff back with their press on several occasions.

Joe Rolls tried another long-range effort for the Bluebirds, but fired the ball wide.

Another half-chance followed moments later, but Tom Lees cut the out the final pass to concede a corner. Once again, Town defend it well.

As the clock showed 27 minutes, Cardiff were ensuring they got the ball towards Kieffer Moore at every opportunity. The striker clashed heads with Lees, but after a few moments they were both able to return to the field.

The hosts had a chance to get back in the game in the 34th minute. Perry NG crossed to Moore who knocked it back to Ralls, but Cardiff’s Captain headed it wide.

The 43rd minute saw a BIG chance fall Town’s way on the break. Danny Ward broke well following a nice touch from Duane Holmes, and Ward set Sinani off down the right. He tried to cross towards Duane Holmes at the far post, but it was just too quick for him to get to.

Another big chance followed immediately after. Harry Toffolo forced Smithies into a desperate save having been played in by a clever reverse ball from Holmes.

The Terriers were forced into another early change, with Josh Koroma coming on for Duane Holmes.

Lee Nicholls saw out the final minute with a BIG save to prevent Cardiff from equalising. NG cut in on his left and fired towards the top corner, but Nicholls read it well and ensured he was in the perfect position to block the shot.

The second half started just as the first had ended, with both sides flying forward at every chance.

Town had their first shot of the half in the 50th minute, with Ward firing over from distance.

The game slowed for a period, before Cardiff produced a great shot to deny High. Koroma held up the ball really well before laying it into the path of High, whose first time hit was blocked by one of the hosts defenders.

The 63rd minute saw the Terriers come SO close to doubling their lead! Smithies unleashed an incredible save to deny Levi Colwill, who looked certain to head in Sorba Thomas’ corner.

Just moments later Town hit the post! Ward beat Aden Flint to the ball and lifted his effort over the top of the onrushing Smithies. The ball span on the bounce, before coming back off the post.

Ward came close for the second time in as many minutes. Koroma showcased some neat play out wide to create room for a low cross, but Ward was unable to get there in time to turn it in.

Cardiff found their equaliser in the 74th minute, with Moore heading in from a corner.

A corner fell Town’s way after a dangerous free kick from Thomas was headed behind. It was another great delivery, but High got just beneath it and was unable to head it on target.

NG tried his luck at doubling the hosts lead, but saw his effort go well of Town’s goal.

The Terriers received a free kick in the 84th minute, as Leandro Bacuna was booked for a challenge on O’Brien. Unfortunately, Smithies was able to get up and scoop Thomas’ shot.

The final shot of the game fell Cardiff’s way, seeing Moore bag his brace. The striker made no mistake in the 93rd minute, sealing all three points for the hosts.

Town’s Line-Up

Lee Nicholls; Levi Colwill, Tom Lees, Matty Pearson; Harry Toffolo, Lewis O’Brien, Jonathan Hogg (Scott High, 9’), Danel Sinani; Duane Holmes (Josh Koroma, 45+1’), Danny Ward (Fraizer Campbell, 77’), Sorba Thomas

Unused Subs

Nicholas Bilokapic; Rolando Aarons, Ollie Turton, Naby Sarr

Town Scorer

Danel Sinani (12’)

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