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13 April 2023

A look ahead to Huddersfield Town’s next Sky Bet Championship fixture

- Swansea City vs Huddersfield Town
- Saturday 15 April 2023; 3pm kick-off
- Follow action from Stadium via iFollow!

The first of two trips to South Wales for the Terriers this month, Swansea City await for Town at the Stadium on Saturday 15 April, with the fixture kicking off at 3pm.

Having played out a goalless draw at the John Smith’s Stadium earlier this season, both sides come into the fixture looking to extend a good run of form with the home side currently unbeaten in four, winning three and drawing once, and the Terriers without loss in five, winning three times in that period.


Swansea City currently sit in 14th place in the Sky Bet Championship after 41 games, 10 points and five places above Town having played the same number of times.

In post since August 2021, Head Coach Russell Martin is nearing the end of his second full season in charge of the Swans having arrived from Milton Keynes Dons, finishing in 15th place in the Sky Bet Championship last season after joining the club on a three-year contract.


Nathan Wood

Signed from Middlesbrough for an undisclosed fee in the summer of 2022, Wood is a quick central defender and has quickly established himself in South Wales, featuring 37 times in all competitions for the Swans this season. Highly rated at just 20 years old, Wood has represented England at youth level throughout his career, progressing through the U15, U16, U17, U18, U19 and U20 sides before making his debut for the England U21s in March 2023 at Craven Cottage.

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Matt Grimes

Having been with Swansea City since 2015, the now 27-year-old Grimes is a staple of the Swans midfield, playing 41 times across all competitions this season. Devonian by birth, Grimes came through the academy at Exeter City before making the move to Wales for a significant fee, going on subsequent loans to Blackburn Rovers, Leeds United and Northampton Town before breaking into the first team of his parent club. A former England U20 and U21 international, Grimes is a tidy midfield with plenty of experience, with well over 300 career games to his name.

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Joël Piroe

Dutch forward Piroe moved to South Wales from PSV in 2021 for an undisclosed fee. Still just 23 years old, Piroe has represented the Netherlands at youth level throughout his career, progressing from U15, U16, U18, U19 and U20 levels for his country, building on a youth career that included stints with NEC and Feyenoord before settling with PSV in Eindhoven. Building on a debut season in English football that included 24 goals in 47 appearances in all competitions, Piroe continues to impress in 2022/23 with 17 goals so far in 40 appearances in all competitions – putting him on pace to be their top scorer for the second consecutive season.

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Speaking in his pre-match press conference, Manager Neil Warnock discussed the upcoming task of facing off with Swansea City. Watch the full press conference below via HTTV or listen back in full on HTAFC Sounds!


Town will be wearing their all pink third kit on the road against Swansea City!

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Match Reports


15 April 2023

Town lose a tightly contested game.

- Swansea City 1-0 Huddersfield Town
- Town lose their first game in six
- Deflected strike settles a tight game

Town were unfortunate to lose their first game in six at the Stadium, with a deflected Ryan Manning strike settling a tight game between the sides.

Neil Warnock’s side restricted their hosts for the most part, with Jaheim Headley having our best chance in the first half, but it was the second half strike that settled the game on the day.

As was the case in our last away game at Watford, Warnock changed the team’s shape to try and deal with Swansea. In came Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Brahima Diarra and Jaheim Headley, who was back following a seven-game injury absence, as the Terriers switched to a back three with more central midfielders against their possession-hungry opponents.

Town had to defend well again in a challenging opening 45 minutes, whilst relying on the likes of Diarra to spring counter-attacks. Three Swansea players earned yellow cards for tough challenges on the Mali Under-23 international in the opening half as his direct running and dribbling ability caused problems.

At the other end, the centre backs stood strong. Lees, Helik and Pearson all executed excellent clearances when the Swans did manage to deliver into the area through Joel Latibeaudiere and former loanee Jamie Paterson.

The men in pink threatened through set pieces, as always. In-form goalscorer Pearson volleyed a difficult chance over from 18 yards out after Jack Rudoni’s 18th minute corner wasn’t fully cleared, whilst Helik nodded wide under heavy pressure from another corner that was nodded back across goal by Lees.

However, Swansea went closest to scoring in the 28th minute through a set piece of their own. Matt Grimes’ initial shot hit the defensive wall, but he picked up the rebound before delivering an excellent cross towards top scorer Joël Piroe, whose glanced header hit the far post. Midfielder Liam Cullen tried to follow up, but the ball struck him before flying well over.

Town hit back with a great chance of their own four minutes later. Lees found Danny Ward’s chest with a throw-in, and he held off the centre back before hooking the ball across goal, where Headley met it on the volley with a fantastic strike that flew inches over the crossbar.

Olivier Ntcham struck a first-time effort off target from around 20 yards as the half reached its conclusion, with the Terriers frustrating the home team and fans.

The second half continued in the same vein, with Swansea enjoying the ball but finding it difficult to break the Terriers down. Tomáš Vaclík, on his 500th club appearance, had routine saves to make from Piroe and Grimes, whilst Headley got enough on substitute Morgan Whittaker’s useful shot to send it wide of goal.

Sadly, the only goal did come with around 20 minutes left, and it had an element of bad luck about it. A loose ball dropped to Ryan Manning on the edge of the Town box and just as his volley looked to be heading wide, it hit the chest of Jonathan Hogg, who had charged out to deny him space for the shot, before looping over the helpless goalkeeper.

Swansea enjoyed a bit of momentum after that, with Joel Latibeaudiere shooting wide from 20 yards and lively substitute Ollie Cooper testing our goalkeeper from range.

Warnock responded by introducing Josh Koroma, Tyreece Simpson and Josh Ruffels – and then Martyn Waghorn – to try and find a goal.

We mustered two chances before the full-time whistle but couldn’t find the breakthrough. First Helik found Ruffels with a cross-field ball to the left and his cross was attacked by Simpson, but he could only divert it straight at the goalkeeper.

Then, in the 93rd minute, Pearson was felled right on the edge of the Swansea box. However, Rudoni’s free kick was blocked by the wall before being cleared.

Town’s team (3-5-1-1)
Tomáš Vaclík; Tom Lees, Michał Helik, Matty Pearson; David Kasumu (Josh Koroma, 73’), Jonathan Hogg (c), Rarmani Edmonds Green (Martyn Waghorn, 84’), Jack Rudoni, Jaheim Headley (Josh Ruffels, 73’); Brahima Diarra (Tyreece Simpson, 73’); Danny Ward

Unused substitutes
Nicholas Bilokapic; Ben Jackson, Matthew Lowton

Town bookings
Jonathan Hogg (43’), Jack Rudoni (90’)

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