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02 November 2021 Venue Weston Homes Stadium Attendance

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Match Previews


1 November 2021

All you need to know ahead of our trip down south on Tuesday night

- Peterborough United vs Huddersfield Town preview
- Tickets will be available on the day at the Weston Homes Stadium
- Broadcast on Sky Sports via the Red Button and iFollow HTAFC

Huddersfield Town are straight back into Sky Bet Championship action this week as we make our way down south to Peterborough United’s Weston Homes Stadium on Tuesday 2 November for a 7.45pm kick-off.

Town will go into the game full of confidence after beating Millwall late on at the John Smith’s Stadium thanks to captain Jonathan Hogg’s glancing header, leaving the Club sat fifth in the Sky Bet Championship.

Peterborough United will enter the game having suffered defeat 3-0 away at the Liberty Stadium against Swansea City in their last outing, but had won both of their two matches versus QPR and Hull City previous to that 2-1.


Having been promoted from League 1 in second place behind Hull City, it’s been a tough reintroduction to life in the Sky Bet Championship for Peterborough.

Currently sat in 20th place having won just four times so far this season, their form has improved of late with two wins in their last three outings.

An unfavourable goal difference is a worry having conceded 30 times this season, but their attack is beginning to fire with Siriki Dembélé a real standout for them going forward.

Managed again by Darren Ferguson, the former Preston North End and Doncaster Rovers head coach is now in his third stint with Peterborough, having been at the Club between 2007-2009 and 2011-2015 previously.


Jonson Clarke-Harris

Having made 11 appearances this season – nine starts and two as a substitute – Clarke-Harris has contributed two goals and two assists for Peterborough so far this campaign. An important figure in their attacking build-up play, he has a good feel for the game on top of his strong finishing. Good at playing off the cuff and bringing his other forwards in to attacks, he is a player that Town should be wary of when he’s on the pitch – whether that’s from the start or off the bench.


Sammie Szmodics

An attacking midfielder with two goals to his name already this season, Szmodics has made 12 appearances for Peterborough so far this season. Including eight starts. Having joined the club after a strong season on loan from Bristol City, he is a graduate of the Colchester United academy, where he spent the first 17 years of his career progressing through the ranks before becoming an established member of their first team. A smart attacking player, he will look to play between the lines and set up the Peterborough forwards on the break.


Siriki Dembélé

Having burst in to life in the past few matches, Dembélé has flown to the top of Peterborough’s goal scoring charts having notched four for the season. With two of his four goals coming in their last three matches, he’s a man in form, with his pace and skill a real asset to Peterborough as they’ve begun to play more on the break and rely on the natural speed of their attackers. A strong carrier of the ball with a terrifically high work rate, he will be difficult to track and keep hold of, but Town will be careful to limit his involvement on the game with his threat clear for all to see.



There are no fresh injury concerns for Huddersfield after the weekend’s game against Millwall, whilst the team 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, embedded below on HTTV.


Town are set to play in our beach glass third kit at the Weston Homes Stadium. With further stock due soon, you can pre-order your own by CLICKING HERE.


Town fans can buy tickets on match day from the Peterborough United Ticket Office but prices will be increased by £2 on the day, which is reflected below.

Adults - £30

Over-65s - £25

Under-22s - £21

Under-18s - £13

Under-12s - £7

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

Please be aware that the Weston Homes Stadium is a cashless venue. There will be no cash on the turnstiles and cash will not be accepted at the Ticket Office, food kiosks or club shop.


Coach travel to Peterborough costs £18.00 and departure is scheduled for 3.30pm on Tuesday 2 November. To purchase your travel, please CLICK HERE.


The match has been selected for Red Button broadcast by Sky Sports, and will be available via the Sky Sports Arena channel.

The game has also been selected as a co-exclusive broadcast, so you can watch it on iFollow HTAFC!

You can buy a match pass for £10 in the UK – CLICK HERE to get yours now.


You can watch or listen to the HTTV Preview Show for free via YouTube or Spotify, which are both embedded in this piece! The perfect accompaniment for your travel to the game, HTTV is the home of all of our press conferences and the pre and post-game shows.

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Match Reports


2 November 2021

Town draw away from home

- Huddersfield Town draw 1-1 with Peterborough United
- Four points from six this week
- Danny Ward bagged his fourth of the season

Huddersfield Town were unfortunate to only take a point from a frustrating 1-1 draw with Peterborough United at the Weston Homes Stadium on Tuesday evening.

The game got off to a quick start for both sides, with lots of pressing in midfield, but neither side able to establish control.

The first half chance of the game fell to the hosts in the seventh minute. Siriki Dembélé attempted an overhead kick inside the box, thankfully, it was straight into the arms of Lee Nicholls.

Town began to establish more control of the ball, but there was still no clear-cut chance for either side until the 18th minute.

Some great work from Sorba Thomas saw him fire in a fierce cross toward Danny Ward, whose first-time effort went just wide.

Town received a free kick in the 26th minute, but it came to nothing.

Moments later it was the hosts’ turn for a free kick. Thankfully, it was headed half clear before Lewis O’Brien finished the job.

Ward was at the centre of the action again as the clock marked the end of the first third. Duane Holmes’ drive bounced back off the crossbar to the forward, who turned it in only to see the offside flag go up.

Peterborough responded almost instantly to the threat, with Nicholls being called into action for the first time. Town’s no.21 came off his line smartly to stop a dangerous looking counter.

Matty Pearson provided some great play down the right wing to win the ball back twice on the run, before feeding Sorba in to cross.

Thomas received Town’s first yellow card of the game as the clock marked 45 minutes for bringing down Dembélé.

As the stroke of half-time came round, Peterborough had a chance from the resulting free kick. The ball ricocheted around the area before Nicholls was able to save it and get it clear.

The Terriers started the second half with one change. Scott High came on for Jonathan Hogg, who had received medical treatment just before half-time.

Tom Lees showcased a HUGE challenge to keep the scoreline level just minutes after the restart. Sammie Szmodics burst through Town’s defence as Peterborough countered, but Lees was there with a perfect tackle to take the ball away and allow Nicholls to pick it up.

The Terriers had their first chance of the half in the 50th minute. O’Brien teed up Harry Toffolo who sent the ball straight to the top corner. Unfortunately, Dai Cornell unleashed a good save to deny the defender.

Just moments later, Toffolo was booked for bringing down Dembélé after Peterborough had cleared a Town corner.

Another great chance for the Terriers came in the 53rd minute! O’Brien fed Thomas down the right, whose flashed cross found Holmes at the far post. Unfortunately, it was just too quick for the latter to control!

The hosts made a double change, which saw them begin to look slightly more purposeful in attack.

The 62nd minute saw Harrison Burrows try his luck for Peterborough. He cut in on his left foot and tied to bend the ball past Nicholls, but it was straight at the ‘keeper.

Following a break in play for an injured assistant referee, a half chance fell to Town. Toffolo fizzed an effort across the box, but no one was able to turn it in.

Moments later, the Terriers were handed a free kick in a good position as Dembélé brought down Holmes. Unfortunately, it came to nothing.

However, Town would go on to break the deadlock in the 74th minute! A great break from Town led to a corner, which Thomas went to take. Levi Colwill reached highest to head the ball back across goal, and Wardy was there to smash a great hit on his left boot straight into the back of the net!

The home side responded to falling behind by upping the tempo. Town did well to keep the pressure off.

O’Brien received the Terriers’ third yellow of the evening.

Peterborough found an equaliser in the 84th minute through Jonson Clarke-Harris. He was quickest to get to Burrows’ cross and head it past Nicholls.

The final minutes were end to end as both sides went in search of a winner, but the referee’s whistle blew, seeing the points split at the Weston Homes Stadium.

Town’s Line-Up (3-4-3)

Lee Nicholls; Levi Colwill, Tom Lees, Matty Pearson; Harry Toffolo, Lewis O’Brien, Jonathan Hogg (Scott High, 46’), Sorba Thomas; Duane Holmes (Ollie Turton, 75’), Danny Ward, Danel Sinani (Josh Koroma, 70’)

Unused Subs

Nicholas Bilokapic; Josh Ruffels, Fraizer Campbell, Naby Sarr

Town Scorer

Danny Ward (74’)

Town Bookings

Sorba Thomas (45’), Harry Toffolo (52’), Lewis O’Brien (83’)

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