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1 February 2023

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

- Huddersfield Town vs QPR
- 3pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium
- Available to listen on iFollow HTAFC

The Terriers will continue their Sky Bet Championship campaign on Saturday 4 February at the John Smith’s Stadium where they will take on Queen Park Rangers; 3pm kick off.

Following Town’s 2-1 away win against QPR in November, the Terriers hope to repeat that victory on home territory this time out.


The West London club were promoted to the Premier League after a 2-0 win against Watford following the 2010/11 season. There they would remain for two seasons before finding themselves back in the Sky Bet Championship.

Their time in the top flight wouldn’t end there, QPR found themselves promoted back into the Premier League for the 2014/15 campaign, but were relegated at the end of the season.

Neil Critchley is the current manager of Queens Park Rangers after joining the club this season following the departure of Michael Beale. Critchley formerly managed Liverpool (as Caretaker during the 2019/20 campaign) and Blackpool.


Jamal Lowe

Lowe joined his youth club back on loan from AFC Bournemouth in January 2023, he was released from QPR during his youth career before signing professionally for Barnet in 2012. The 28-year-old has a wealth of experience playing plenty of games for teams including Hampton & Richmond Borough, Portsmouth, Wigan Athletic, Swansea City and AFC Bournemouth. Since arriving on loan at Loftus Road, the Jamaican international has scored twice in three appearances and has also assisted a further goal.

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Stefan Johansen

The 32-year-old Norwegian signed a permanent deal with QPR following his loan spell from West Bromwich Albion. Across his career, Johansen has played for the likes of Fulham, Celtic and West Brom. He was named Celtic’s player of the season and joint players’ player of the season for 2014/15 and departed having made 114 appearances and scoring 20 times. THe midfielder has made 12 appearances so far this season, scoring two goals and assisting six. The Norwegian has played all his games this season in either centre midfield or defensive midfield.

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Tyler Roberts

A player with 19 senior caps to his name, Roberts was part of Wales’ squad for Euro 2020. This season, the 23-year-old has made 13 appearances scoring three goals and two assists. He scored on his QPR debut in an EFL Cup tie against Charlton Athletic on 9 August 2022. Roberts joined QPR on a season long loan from Leeds United in the summer of 2022.

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Head Coach Mark Fotheringham will provide full team news at his next press conference on Friday 3 February 2023.


Town will be wearing their famous blue and white stripes as they play in front of the home crowd at the John Smith’s Stadium for the first time since New Year’s Day on Saturday afternoon.

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

Adults - £25
65s and over - £20
18s and under - £15
Under 11s - £10


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

Tickets for wheelchair users are priced at £20. With a companion ticket free of charge.


If you’re unable to attend the game on Saturday afternoon, 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.

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Match Reports


4 February 2023

Town equalise to secure a point at the John Smith’s Stadium

- Huddersfield Town 1-1 Queens Park Rangers
- Martyn Waghorn scores his first goal for Town
- Terriers equalise to secure draw

Town drew 1-1 against QPR in the Sky Bet Championship after scoring an equaliser in the first half to secure a point at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Martyn Waghorn scored his first goal as a Terrier in the 39th minute and, despite being the more dominant side towards the end of the second half, Town finished with just a point at home in the Sky Bet Championship.

The Terriers started well and were awarded a free-kick as early as six minutes into the game as home debutant Joe Hungbo was fouled by Chris Willock in a dangerous area following a great combination between the winger and the returning Ollie Turton. Jack Rudoni stepped up to take the set piece and delivered the ball into the box, which was defended really well by QPR as the Town players tried to attack at the far post.

However, our visitors scored in the 13th minute to open the scoreline as Matthew Lowton's misplaced header allowed Jamal Lowe to head the ball over the advancing Tomáš Vaclík, who was coming off his line to make the save, and into the back of the net.

Hungbo was a standout player for Town in the first half as he made the runs down the right side and caused their defence problems, being fouled multiple times whilst on the attack.

His directness led to the Town equaliser, as we were awarded another free kick in shooting distance of the goal as Hungbo is once again fouled, which resulted in a yellow card being shown to Jake Clarke-Salter. Hungbo stepped up and took the free kick direct and although Seny Dieng initially saved, Turton squared the rebound to Martyn Waghorn who nodded the ball home from close range and equalised for the Terriers in the – his first Town goal in his home debut.

The last chance for our visitors in the first half came as Lowe fancied his chances from range and although it bounced in front of him, Vaclík managed to turn it around the post and out for a corner.

Just before the whistle for half time, Matt Lowton helped push Town forwards but his cross to Waghorn just caught the striker offside.

As both sides came out in search of the winner, the second half started tense from the get-go with the points vital for either team.

Hungbo was soon fouled out wide when pushed over after a long pass was sent in his direction. The set piece was crossed into the box and found Waghorn, his volley was deflected out and despite the screams from the Town players in the box for hand ball, the referee gave a corner.

Multiple corners were awarded to Town, the first after substitute Josh Koroma saw his cross into the box deflected, which was followed by a great attack from Town with Koroma’s knocked out before it reached the feet of Anthony Knockaert on his home debut.

In the final 10 minutes, Town had a burst of chances as they looked to finish the game strong, with brilliant play from Knockaert and Turton to win a corner, which was followed by another corner, but this was defended and put back into open play.

A positive run from David Kasumu led to another chance - he drove into the area and found Jordan Rhodes, but Dieng did well to make himself big and turn the shot wide of his left-hand post. 

Injury time saw substitute Brahima Diarra swerve past a couple of the QPR defenders before he struck a brilliant ball, which just went wide of the goal – Dieng dove to make the save as he thought it was going in.

Town’s Team (4-3-2-1)
Tomáš Vaclík; Ollie Turton, Tom Lees, Michał Helik (Matty Pearson, 79'), Matt Lowton; Scott High (Josh Koroma, 64'), Jonathan Hogg (Anthony Knockaert, 64'), David Kasumu; Joseph Hungbo (Brahima Diarra, 70'), Jack Rudoni; Martyn Waghorn (Jordan Rhodes, 64')

Unused Subs
Nicholas Bilokapic, Jaheim Headley

Martyn Waghorn (39’)

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