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13 March 2023

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

- Huddersfield Town vs Norwich City
- Wednesday 15 March 2023; 7,45pm kick-off
- Available to watch and listen to on iFollow HTAFC

The Terriers continue their Sky Bet Championship campaign on Wednesday 15 March, back at the John Smith’s Stadium against Norwich City.

In the last meeting between the two sides back in August 2022, the Terriers were defeated 2-1 at Carrow Road, which saw Pat Jones score in the 81st minute – five minutes after coming off the bench.


Norwich City currently sit seventh in the Sky Bet Championship and are only two points behind Millwall in the top six.

The Canaries come into this game following a 0-1 home defeat to Sunderland on Sunday 12 March, with Abdoullah Ba’s first half goal the difference.

David Wagner was appointed Head Coach of Norwich City in January 2023 following the dismissal of Dean Smith in December 2022.


Onel Hernández

The midfielder joined Norwich City in January 2018 from German side Eintracht Braunschweig. In his first full season with Norwich, Hernández scored nine goals in a campaign that saw the Canaries promoted to the Premier League in the 2019/20 season. The 30-year-old left winger went on two loan spells in the 2021/22 season: first to Middlesbrough, where he made 17 appearances and scored one goal, and then to Birmingham City, where he made 22 appearances and scored three goals. Since David Wagner's arrival as Head Coach, Hernández has become a regular starer – this season he has made 33 appearances, scored two goals, and assisted four more.

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Josh Sargent

Sargent arrived at Norwich City from German side Werder Bremen in the summer of 2021, after making a total of 83 appearances for Bremen’s first team in all competitions, scoring 11 goals and getting nine assists. The forward has been part of the United States international side since 2018 and has scored five goals in 23 appearances. The 23-year-old is the current top scorer for Norwich this season with 11 goals and he also has two assists to his name. Having missed three recent fixtures with an ankle issue, he returned to action on Sunday 12 March in the home loss to Sunderland, coming off the bench for the second half.

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Teemu Pukki

Pukki signed for Norwich City ahead of the 2018/19 season from Danish team Brandby, where he had spent the previous three seasons scoring 46 goals in 103 appearances. Since being part of the Finnish international side since 2009, the forward has made 108 appearances and scored 37 goals. Pukki has remained with the Canaries through two promotions to the Premier League and two relegations back to the Sky Bet Championship, and has scored 87 goals in 188 appearances in total during that time. This season, Pukki has scored 10 goals and assisted eight more in his 34 appearances.

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Neil Warnock will provide the latest update on team news in his upcoming press conference on Tuesday 14 March 2023.


In a change to our usual famous blue and white stripes at home, this fixture will see Town don our red and yellow 2022/23 Charity Shirt as a one-off, supporting four amazing local causes!

A limited run of shirts did go on sale with all proceeds going to charity, with only children's sizes remaining. CLICK HERE to get them while they last!

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Tickets are on sale now – CLICK HERE – priced as follows in all areas (except hospitality):

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 Wednesday evening, you can watch and listen along via iFollow HTAFC!

A single match pass for the games 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 Wednesday’s game through our live audio commentary by purchasing either a Monthly or an Audio Match Pass to tune in live. 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


15 March 2023

Town equalise in the second half vs Norwich City at the John Smith’s Stadium

- Huddersfield Town 1-1 Norwich City
- Own goal from Grant Hanley secures point for Town
- Norwich had gone ahead in the first half

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

Martyn Waghorn’s measured chip resulted in an own goal by Grant Hanley in the 65th minute and, despite being the more dominant side towards the end of the second half, Town finished with a point at home in the Sky Bet Championship.

It was the Terriers who had the first chance of the game in the second minute after Danny Ward chipped the ball to Jack Rudoni in the box, but Rudoni’s first touch on the ball caught a deflection and Angus Gunn collected it before he could get a shot away.

After the opening minutes were fairly even, Norwich City had their first chance of the game in the 14th minute after Kenny McLean played a one-two inside the box with Josh Sargent, getting a shot in from a narrow angle, but it went across the face of goal and just wide of the post for a Town goal kick.

Ben Gibson fancied his chances from range for the Canaries and shot from well outside the box, but Tomáš Vaclík tipped the attempt over the bar and out for a corner – which McLean headed wide of the Town goal.

The first goal of the game came from Gabriel Sara of Norwich City in the 26th minute after he was crossed the ball inside the box by Adam Idah, he struck the ball first time and finished in the back of the net.

Not letting our confidence be knocked, Town came back with a great chance at the half hour mark as Martyn Waghorn flicked his header on from a goal kick for Josh Koroma to run onto and he then flicked the ball onto Rudoni by the far post but this was defended and knocked out for a corner. The corner eventually fell to the feet of Ben Jackson outside the box, but his shot was deflected out for another corner.

Towards the end of the first half, Town were awarded a free-kick in the attacking half after Jackson was fouled by Marquinhos; the free-kick was taken by Rudoni and he sent a good cross into the box but this was defended well and allowed Norwich City to go on the counter-attack, which the Terriers ultimately defended well.

Town went into the break behind, but came back out in the second half with great effort and ready to get back into the game.

Jackson was fouled just outside the Norwich City box, which Waghorn stepped up to take and hit over the bar.

On the front foot and on the hunt for an equaliser, Koroma sent a through ball to Ward in the box but his shot from the edge of the box took a deflection off Max Aarons and went out for a corner. This corner once again fell to the feet of Jackson and his first time shot was blocked.

Town’s equaliser came in the 60th minute after a defensive mistake, Koroma sent a long ball to Waghorn on his own in the middle in front of the box and he chipped an oncoming Angus Gunn, his effort came off the post and was deflected into the back of the net off of Grant Hanley.

Jack Rudoni found space from last soon after and facnied his chances to score, shoting from outside the box - despite connecting well, the ball went high and over the bar. This was soon followed by a break that saw Michał Helik put through by Brahima Diarra who was excellent off the bench, but the defender couldn't get a shot in before the defence tracked back to him.

Norwich City were at a man disadvantage just after the 90 minute mark with a red card shown to Marquinhos in the first minute of injury time after a dangerous challenge in the air on Josh Ruffels - the on loan man's arm made a strong connection with the left back's face.

The final action of the game saw a free-kick for the Terriers in the attacking half as McLean tripped Michał Helik.

Town’s Team (4-2-3-1)
Tomáš Vaclík; Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Michał Helik, Tom Lees, Josh Ruffels; Jonathan Hogg (c), Jack Rudoni; Josh Koroma (David Kasumu, 73’), Danny Ward (Brahima Diarra, 83’), Ben Jackson; Martyn Waghorn (Tyreece Simpson, 83’)

Unused Subs
Nicholas Bilokapic, Matty Pearson, Jordan Rhodes, Joseph Hungbo

Goal Scorer
Grant Hanley – OG (65’)

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