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24 November 2021 Venue Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium Attendance

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23 November 2021

All you need to know ahead of Wednesday evening’s game

- Huddersfield Town vs QPR preview
- Town travel to West London on Wednesday 24 November 2021
- Watch on iFollow HTAFC and Red Button

Huddersfield Town continue their Sky Bet Championship campaign when they travel to face Queens Park Rangers at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium; 7.45pm kick-off.

Town go into the game following their 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion on Saturday 20 October 2021.

QPR come into the game off the back of a 2-0 victory over Luton Town on Friday 19 November 2021.


QPR finished last season sitting 9th in the Sky Bet Championship table with 68 points.

Managed by Mark Warburton, the Hoops currently sit sixth in the Championship table, having picked up eight wins, five draws, and five losses so far.


QPR will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to five when they welcome the Terriers to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium on Wednesday, following wins over Luton Town and Cardiff City, and draws with Blackpool and Nottingham Forest.


Rob Dickie

Dickie signed for QPR from Oxford United in September 2020, putting pen-to-paper on a four-year deal. In his first season at the club, the central defender made 43 starts, scoring three goals in the process. The end of the 2020/21 season saw him win Supporters’ Player of the Year, Players’ Player of the Year, and Goal of the Season for his long-ranged goal against Middlesbrough in April 2021. So far this campaign, the 25-year-old has scored twice and bagged an assist in 18 starts.


Stefan Johansen

The midfielder initially joined the Hoops on loan from Fulham in January 2021. Following a successful loan spell, he returned to W12 on a permanent deal in July 2021. The 30-year-old’s loan spell saw him score three goals and bag two assists in 21 starts. The 2021/22 season has seen Johansen make 15 starts so far, netting one goal and two assists in the process.


Ilias Chair

The 24-year-old linked up with QPR’s Under-23 side in January 2017. Having impressed then Manager Ian Holloway, he made his First Team debut in the Club’s First Round Carabao Cup tie against Northampton Town in August 2017. Chair made 45 appearances for the Hoops last season, finding the back of the net on eight occasions. The current campaign has seen the midfielder bag six goals in 17 appearances so far, including a brace against Birmingham City in September 2021.

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Town Head Coach Carlos Corberán provided an update on the fitness of his squad during his virtual press conference on Monday 22 November 2021.


Town will be in their navy away kit for Wednesday evening’s game. We will be wearing our famous black socks with our away kit to avoid a clash with the home side.

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There is NO pay on the day available at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium and tickets are now off sale.


If you’re unable to attend the game, you’ll be able to watch via iFollow HTAFC.

The match pass will cost £10; CLICK HERE to get yours.

Supporters MUST purchase a match pass before the 7.45pm kick-off.


Town supporters who have Sky Sports can watch the game on TV.

To do this, hit the red button on your remote and you can select Queens Park Rangers vs Huddersfield Town.


You can watch or listen to the HTTV Preview Show for free via YouTube or Spotify!

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


24 November 2021

Town beaten on the road

- Huddersfield Town beaten 1-0
- 81st minute goal sealed QPR’s win
- Town move on to Middlesbrough on Saturday 27 November 2021

Huddersfield Town fell short in the capital on Wednesday evening, finding themselves on the wrong side of a 1-0 score line against Queens Park Rangers.

An end-to-end game throughout, Luke Amos’ 81st minute header was the deciding factor at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

It was almost the perfect start for Town, with their first sight at goal being created in the opening minute. Harry Toffolo sent a cross to Ollie Turton, who was unlucky to see his header well saved by Seny Dieng.

The home side responded well, winning the first corner of the game after a good spell of possession. Lee Nicholls was off his line to punch the ball away.

The first yellow card came in the 10th minute, with Josh Koroma being booked for a late challenge in midfield.

The forward was at the centre of the action just seconds later, curling an effort towards Dieng’s far post. Unfortunately, the ‘keeper did well to save it.

The Terriers continued their good start, with Turton trying his luck again. The right wingback latched onto a ball from Lewis O’Brien, but saw his powerful left-footed shot go off target.

QPR had a big chance to go ahead in the 19th minute, with Yoann Barbet’s header coming back off the crossbar.

The game became to settle, with it being some serious end-to-end stuff! Both sides flew forward at every opportunity, but neither were able to find a clear-cut chance.

The final chance of the half fell the hosts way, with Charlie Austen sending his shot well over.

The second half picked up where the first had left off, with both sides breaking well, but unable to find the chance they needed to open the scoring.

Nicholls was called into action for a big save in the 51st minute. Austin broke between Tom Lees and Levi Colwill to take a first-time shot, which thankfully Nicholls was able to turn behind!

Town’s ‘keeper leapt into action again eight minutes later to deny Stefan Johansen from close range.

The 63rd minute saw the Terriers’ second yellow card of the game. O’Brien was booked for tripping former Town man Chris Willock.

Town began to grow back into the game, with some good work from Scott High and O’Brien setting up Danel Sinani on the left. Unfortunately, the latter’s shot was blocked.

Next up it was the turn of O’Brien and Sinani to find second half substitute Fraizer Campbell, but QPR recovered well to divert the ball before he could get a chance away.

Sinani tried his luck again just moments later. Unfortunately, his first-time shot was saved by Dieng.

The hosts broke the deadlock in the 80th minute, when second half substitute Luke Amos headed in from close range.

As we went into injury time, some great play from O’Brien and Toffolo down the left on two occasions got the ball into the box, but both crosses were defended well by QPR.

The sixth minute of injury time saw huge Town appeals for a penalty after Campbell was bashed in the box by a QPR player.

The final chance of the game fell to the Terriers, seeing second half substitute Mipo Odubeko incredibly unlucky to see his header tipped over the bar!

It’s a quick turnaround for Town now, who are back at home on Saturday 27 November 2021 when they host Middlesbrough.

Town’s Line-Up (3-4-3)

Lee Nicholls; Levi Colwill, Tom Lees, Matty Pearson; Harry Toffolo, Lewis O’Brien, Scott High, Ollie Turton (Mipo Odubeko, 82’); Josh Koroma (Sorba Thomas, 71’), Danny Ward (Fraizer Campbell, 63’), Danel Sinani

Unused Subs

Ryan Schofield; Josh Ruffels, Naby Sarr, Jon Russell

Town Bookings

Josh Koroma (10’), Lewis O’Brien (63’)

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