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29 August 2022

All you need to know ahead of our next Sky Bet Championship fixture

- Bristol City vs Huddersfield Town
- 7.45pm kick-off at Ashton Gate Stadium
- Match available to watch and listen to on iFollow HTAFC

Huddersfield Town are back on the road in the Sky Bet Championship on Wednesday 31 August when they travel to face Bristol City at Ashton Gate Stadium.

The Terriers go into the game looking to secure their first away win of the 2022/23 season.

Bristol City will be looking to extend their current six match unbeaten run in all competitions on the back of an action-packed 3-3 draw at Blackpool this weekend.


This is Bristol City’s eighth consecutive season in the Sky Bet Championship, and they will be looking to push on from their 17th place finish last season.

In February 2021, Nigel Pearson was appointed manager of Bristol City on a contract until the end of the season. On 29 April 2021, Pearson signed a three year contract, and worked to save Bristol City from a relegation battle. He succeeded, seeing the Robins finish the 2020/21 season in 19th spot, just one place above Town.


In their opening six games of the 2022/23 league season, they've recorded two wins, two draw, and two losses.


Kal Naismith

A new signing for the Robins ahead of the 2022/23 campaign, Naismith joined on a three-year deal from Luton Town. The defender made 45 appearances in all competitions for Luton last season, scoring three goals and making eight assists. The same season saw the 30-year-old win Players’ Player of the Season, LTFC Player of the Year, and Goal of the Season for his injury-time goal against AFC Bournemouth. Naismith will be looking to test the Terriers once more when they make the trip to Ashton Gate Stadium.


Tommy Conway

The 20-year-old progressed through the age groups at Bristol City having joined the Robins’ Academy at Under-9 level. Conway has been on two loan spells with Yate Town and Bath City, where he scored 13 goals across all competitions, before returning to City in the January of 2021. The forward has so far appeared in four games across all competitions this season, scoring four goals – two of which came in the first half of the Carabao Cup.


Andreas Weimann

The striker made his move to Ashton Gate in the summer of 2018 from Derby County. To date, the 31-year-old has made 148 appearances for the Reds, scored 43 goals, and assisted a further 22 goals. The 2021/22 season saw Weimann score 22 league goals, a career-best goal tally for a season. The Austrian international has appeared in every game this season so far, scoring four goals. The forward has also started in multiple positions for the Robins, with his versatility alongside his goals proving a valuable asset.



Head Coach Danny Schofield will provide full team news at his next press conference on Tuesday 30 August 2022.


Town will be wearing their all-black away kit for the first time this season on Wednesday evening.

CLICK HERE to get your 2022/23 away kit!


Tickets are on sale online until noon on Wednesday 31 August – CLICK HERE – and are available to purchase from the Ticket Office.

Bristol City have informed us that Pay on the Day WILL NOT be available at Ashton Gate.

Adults - £28
Seniors - £25
Under-25s - £25
Under-22s - £21
Under-19s - £15
Under-12s - £10


Wheelchair Bays and Ambulant tickets are priced at the above prices and will receive a companion free of charge if required.


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

A single match pass for the Terriers trip to Bristol is just £10, and supporters will be able to stream the full 90 minutes of action for that price.

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

CLICK HERE to sign up to iFollow HTAFC!

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Match Reports


31 August 2022

Town defeated by a goal in each half at Ashton Gate

- Huddersfield Town defeated by two goals at Bristol City
- Nahki Wells and Antoine Semenyo the scorers
- Town made to rue big chances missed

Town were made to pay for missing their big chances at Bristol City, with the hosts hitting a goal in each half to secure the three Sky Bet Championship points.

Tom Lees and Ollie Turton had both headed very presentable chances off target before former Terrier Nahki Wells hit the target to put the home side ahead in the first half, and it was a similar story in the second 45, with Duane Holmes and Pat Jones going close before substitute Antoine Semenyo punished the men in black.

It was a shame for Danny Schofield’s side, who had good spells in the game at Ashton Gate.

The hosts had chances too and went close inside the fourth minute when dangerman Andi Weimann hit the post with a slightly scuffed effort. Lee Nicholls was needed to save the follow-up curler from midfielder Alex Scott, too.

Having defended for the opening 10 minutes, Town started to settle on the ball and build chances. Sorba Thomas was always a threat down the left and his excellent cross created Town’s first chance, with Jordan Rhodes – making his first league start of the season – heading over under heavy pressure.

It was just before the quarter hour that Lees had what was arguably Town’s best chance of the night, through a corner won by Tino Anjorin. Thomas’s excellent near post delivery found Lees at the near post, but he seemed to get too much contact on the ball and sent it arrowing over the crossbar from close range.

Ollie Turton, playing right wing-back, had similar luck 10 minutes later after Hogg’s looping ball forward released Thomas into space. He skipped past defender Vyner before swinging a fantastic deep cross onto the unmarked Turton’s head, but the ball seemed to skim off his forehead and went wide of the far post.

Bristol City made Town pay in the 35th minute when Weimann laid the ball back to left back Jay Dasilva, and his cross was headed home at close range by Bermudian Wells, who was on the move early to rise about the defence.

Town had to defend for the rest of the first half but came out of the blocks flying in the second and Lees soon forced the goalkeeper into a save with another header from a Thomas corner.

Wells headed wide soon after from a very similar move to the first goal, but Town were on top at this stage – and went as close to an equaliser as they did on the hour mark. Duane Holmes had only been on the pitch mere moments when he seized upon a poor pass out of defence to race clear, only to see goalkeeper Dan Bentley save his effort from the angle.

The substitutes made an impact for Town, and young Pat Jones went close to a second in as many appearances with 10 minutes left. Jack Rudoni’s forward ball could only be headed into the air by defender Vyner, and Pat met the second ball on the volley. That touch deflected the ball beyond Bentley, but the ball hit the far post before being cleared.

Moments later, it was effectively game over. Bristol City immediately went forward, and an early ball sent the pacey Semenyo one-on-one with Lees. He managed to work enough room to hit a powerful right-footed shot between Nicholls and the near post to double the advantage.

Nicholls pulled off a superb diving save to deny defender Rob Atkinson a Bristol City third late on before a final Town corner caused havoc in the six-yard box.

Town’s team (3-4-3)
Lee Nicholls; Tom Lees, Jonathan Hogg (c), Yuta Nakayama; Ollie Turton (Kaine Kesler-Hayden, 59’), Jon Russell, Jack Rudoni, Josh Ruffels (Pat Jones, 74’); Tino Anjorin (Duane Holmes, 59’), Jordan Rhodes (Danny Ward, 59’), Sorba Thomas

Unused subs
Jacob Chapman; Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Etienne Camara


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