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22 February 2023

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

- Burnley vs Huddersfield Town
- 3pm kick off at Turf Moor
- Available to listen to on iFollow HTAFC

The Terriers will continue their Sky Bet Championship campaign on Saturday 25 February at Turf Moor against Burnley.

Our first game of the 2022/23 season was at home to newly relegated Burnley, with the visitors taking all three points on the day thanks to Ian Maatsen’s goal in the first half. Town go into the game off the back of a 2-1 home win against Birmingham, with Burnley drawing 1-1 away against Millwall on Tuesday 21 February.


Burnley are currently top of the league on 73 points after 33 games, 12 points clear of second place Sheffield United and 16 points clear of third place Middlesbrough.

Premier League winner Vincent Kompany was appointed manager of Burnley in June 2022, following his departure from Anderlecht in 2022.

Burnley finished 18th in the Premier League last season, finishing on 35 points, three points from safety.


Nathan Tella

Nathan Tella is currently Burnley’s top scorer with 12 goals in 29 league appearances. The winger recently scored a hat trick in a 3-0 win at home to Preston, on 11 February. The 23-year-old has made most of his appearances on the wings this season, where has most of his goal involvements. The Englishman joined Burnley in August 2022 on loan from Southampton where he has 14 Premier League appearances. Tella has made 133 appearances in his career, scoring 30 times and assisting 15 times. He has also made two assists this season. Nathan Tella Burnley 2023 16x9.png

Arijanet Muric

Muric joined Burnley in July 2022, joining from Manchester City where he made five first team appearances, conceding just one goal in that time. The goalkeeper has played a big part in Burnley’s success this season, conceding 26 times in 30 games, keeping 12 clean sheets and being a big part of the best defence in the league this season. Standing at just under two metres tall, the 24-year-old last conceded on 14 February in a 1-1 draw with Watford.

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Josh Brownhill

Joining Burnley in January 2020 from Bristol City, midfielder Josh Brownhill has played 31 times this season, scoring five and assisting seven times. The 27-year-old has experience across the divisions, playing in League One, the Championship and the Premier League, making 372 appearances, 78 of which have been in the Premier League. Brownhill has scored 34 times in his career, with his most prolific form at Burnley this season. Brownhill has also been part of the Sky Bet Championship team of the month for October this season.

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Neil Warnock will provide team news in his next press conference on Thursday 23 February 2023.


Town will be wearing the black away kit for this Sky Bet Championship fixture.

CLICK HERE to get your 2022/23 away shirt.

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Tickets are on sale online – CLICK HERE – and are available to purchase from the Ticket Office.

Adults - £25 (Restricted Viewing - £22)
Senior - £18 (Restricted Viewing - £15)
Under 22s - £18 (Restricted Viewing - £15)
Under 18s - £10 (Restricted Viewing - £7)

Supporters 13 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18.

Please be aware that Burnley operate strict age checks for all concession tickets, if you cannot produce relevant proof of age, you will be required to purchase a new ticket for the game and a refund will not be given for the concession ticket originally bought.


Disabled supporters should pay the relevant price class, with a companion ticket free of charge.


If you’re unable to attend the match this Saturday, then you can listen along via iFollow HTAFC!

Live Audio Commentary will be available for the game when you purchase either a monthly pass or Audio Match Pass. You can purchase a 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


25 February 2023

Terriers beaten by runaway league leaders

- Burnley 4-0 Huddersfield Town
- Neil Warnock’s side beaten by league leaders
- Terriers battle hard, but cannot match quality

Neil Warnock’s Huddersfield Town side were beaten by Sky Bet Championship champions-elect Burnley by four clear goals at Turf Moor.

The effort of the Town players could not be faulted, but in the end they were soundly beaten by the team that Warnock declared ‘the best team in the league’ both before and after the game.

Burnley started the day 12 points clear at the top of the Sky Bet Championship and boasting an unbeaten home record, and sadly it took them only seven minutes to open their account against the Terriers.

Morocco international winger Anass Zaroury stepped inside the recalled Rarmani Edmonds-Green on our right wing and dinked in a cross towards the near post for Ashley Barnes to attack and although the forward didn’t get a touch, his presence meant that Nick Bilokapic couldn’t commit himself and the ball bounced inside the far post.

Burnley’s midfield movement continued to give Town problems all half, whilst at the other end it was the endeavour of Danny Ward that was our best route. Our best chance of the opening 45 came two minutes after the opener, with our striker flicking Bilokapic’s long kick into the path of Jack Rudoni; he played a reverse pass into the path of Joe Hungbo, but his right-footed shot from just inside the area was weak and rolled well wide.

Bilokapic soon made a good save to push centre back Beyer’s header from a Gudmundsson corner away, but Burnley did score a second in the 18th minute when a patient passing move ended with Gudmundsson latching onto a defence-splitting pass and touching the ball around Bilokapic for full back Connor Roberts to tap home.

The Icelandic international had a hand in his side’s third just after the half hour mark. He rode David Kasumu’s challenge before firing another pass straight through the heart of our defence for midfielder Josh Brownhill, who took one touch before beating Bilokapic at point-blank range.

The number of defence-splitting passes was a big concern and on-loan Chelsea left back Ian Maatsen should have made it four in the 37th minute after losing marker Hungbo to latch onto another, but he volleyed wide with only our goalkeeper to beat.

Town had a couple of speculative efforts to try and reduce the arrears before the interval, but Rudoni’s shot from a very narrow angle could only find the outside of the side netting before Danny Ward drove a powerful effort just wide from around 25 yards out.

In the end, Burnley midfielder Josh Cullen had the final shot of the half, driving just wide on his left foot after Helik had nicked the ball away from Barnes.

Warnock made two changes during the interval, introducing Scott High and Brahima Diarra for Kasumu and Hungbo, and the Town players certainly didn’t fold in the face of the three-goal deficit. However, it was the Clarets who still made the majority of the running, and it only took three minutes for winger Zaroury to test Bilokapic from range.

Danny Ward was one of Town’s better performers on the day and he carved out a decent effort soon after. Rudoni won the ball from an opponent on halfway, allowing Koroma to lift the ball into Danny’s path; he jinked onto his left foot to unleash a powerful effort that the Burnley custodian had to tip over his crossbar. Rudoni’s resulting corner dropped to High on the edge of the box, but his half volley arrowed over.

Tella and Brownhill both missed the target from promising positions for the hosts thereafter before sub Diarra went on a trademark dribble in the 67th minute, drifting inside centre back Beyer only to hit a miscued shot off target.

Burnley made it four in the 74th minute when a pass played inside Headley found Tella’s run and he unselfishly squared the ball to substitute Michael Obafemi, who left Bilokapic with no chance at close range.

Town’s team (4-3-3)
Nicholas Bilokapic; Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Tom Lees (c), Michał Helik, Jaheim Headley; David Kasumu (Scott High, 46’), Jack Rudoni, Etienne Camara; Joseph Hungbo (Brahima Diarra, 46’), Danny Ward (Martyn Waghorn, 75’), Josh Koroma

Unused substitutes
Tomáš Vaclík; Jonathan Hogg, Jordan Rhodes, Will Boyle

Town bookings
Josh Koroma (31’), Jaheim Headley (47’)


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