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8 March 2023

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

- West Bromwich Albion vs Huddersfield Town
- 3pm kick-off the Hawthorns, Saturday 11 March 2023
- Available to listen to on iFollow HTAFC

The Terriers will continue their Sky Bet Championship campaign on Saturday 11 March at the Hawthorns against West Bromwich Albion.

In the last meeting between the two sides, the Terriers drew 2-2 against the Baggies at the John Smith’s Stadium, with two goals from Tino Anjorin in the first half before West Brom drew level after the break.


West Brom currently sit ninth in the Sky Bet Championship and are only four points behind Norwich City in the top six.

West Brom come into the game following a 1-0 home victory against Wigan Athletic on Tuesday 7 March, with Daryl Dike's header the difference.

Head Coach Carlos Corberán joined the club in October following the dismissal of Steve Bruce after less than a year in charge.


Jed Wallace

Jed Wallace arrived in the Midlands in summer 2022 from Millwall. The attacker is versatile and can be used out wide or in a more central role. The 28-year-old has made 35 appearances for the Baggies since signing, scoring five times and assisting seven times. His last goal came against Watford in February in a 3-2 defeat. Wallace scored a brace against Town when the two sides drew 2-2 back in August 2022 earlier this season. Wallace has 79 goals to his name across his career.

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John Swift

Swift joined the club in July 2022 after leaving Reading. Since joining the Baggies, he has scored three times and assisted six times for the club in his 34 Sky Bet Championship appearances. Swift has been a vital player for West Brom this season with his creativity from central midfield a real asset in the final third. Swift was a regular at his previous club Reading, playing 202 times, scoring 34 and assisting 38 times across a five year spell.

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Marc Albrighton

Albrighton arrived at the Hawthorns on loan from Leicester City in the January transfer window. Since joining he has played in every game for West Brom, but is yet to score or assist in his six games. The Premier League and FA cup winner has 35 goals and 74 assists in 435 appearances across a 15-year career, playing for Aston Villa, Wigan and Leicester.

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Neil Warnock will provide the latest update on team news in his upcoming press conference on Thursday 8 March 2023.


Town will be wearing our pink third kit for the trip to the Hawthorns on Saturday 11 March 2023.

CLICK HERE to get your 2022/23 third shirt!

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

Adults - £25
65s and over - £20
20-25 year olds - £15
17-19 year olds – £10
Under 17s - £5


Disabled supporters should pay £15, 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.

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Match Reports


11 March 2023

John Swift penalty the difference as Town lose narrow game at the Hawthorns

- West Bromwich Albion 1-0 Huddersfield Town
- John Swift penalty decides the game
- Tom Lees and David Kasumu miss our best chances
A tight game of few big chances went against Neil Warnock’s Town side at the Hawthorns, with a first-half penalty from midfielder John Swift securing all three points for West Bromwich Albion.
Tom Lees and David Kasumu sent our best chances off target either side of half time as the Terriers couldn’t get on the score-sheet again, with the hosts scoring their big chance.
The Baggies dominated the ball throughout the opening 45 minutes, but Town protected Tomáš Vaclík’s goal quite well in general. The Czech Republic international had to spring from his line a few times to claim through passes, whilst centre backs Helik and Lees defended the area with experience and quality. West Brom were restricted to shots from range, with Vaclík saving one from Erik Pieters and midfielder Okay Yokoslu firing wide.
It was actually Town who had the game’s first presentable chance through Lees, from a corner Josh Koroma won on our right in the 16th minute. Ben Jackson’s quality delivery found the experienced centre half, who was disappointed to see his headed effort fly over Josh Griffiths’ crossbar.
Unfortunately, the one exception to our resolute defensive half led to the only goal on the half hour. Matty Pearson, playing once again at right back, was caught on the wrong side of overlapping left back Conor Townsend as he latched onto Jed Wallace’s flicked pass and brought him down, allowing former Reading man John Swift to beat our goalkeeper from 12 yards.
At the same time, Town struggled to keep the ball and create from open play, with Griffiths not having a shot on target to deal with before the interval.
The Baggies continued on the front foot early in the second half, winning a succession of corners, but it was the men in pink who created another big chance in the 52nd minute. Lees won a 50-50 challenge on halfway before allowing Waghorn to take over, who played Kasumu into space with a great left-footed pass. Unfortunately, when David took the shot on with his left foot as he entered the area, he skewed it well wide of the near post.
Carlos Corberán’s side continued to enjoy possession as the half progressed, with striker Daryl Dike being denied twice by Helik and sub Edmonds-Green, before Town enjoyed more territory in the final moments as they chased the game and introduced more forward players. However, our best effort was an ambitious overhead kick attempted by Helik that went well wide.
Town’s team (4-2-3-1)

Tomáš Vaclík; Matty Pearson (Rarmani Edmonds-Green, 63’), Tom Lees, Michał Helik, Josh Ruffels; Jonathan Hogg (c), David Kasumu (Brahima Diarra, 82’); Josh Koroma, Jack Rudoni, Ben Jackson (Joseph Hungbo, 89’); Martyn Waghorn (Jordan Rhodes, 82’)
Unused substitutes

Nicholas Bilokapic; Etienne Camara, Tyreece Simpson

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