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Kick off 14:00 (UK)

06 November 2017 Venue Turf Moor Attendance

Kick off 14:00 (UK)

Burnley U23
3 - 3
Huddersfield Town U23
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5 November 2017

Frankie Bunn’s side to face Burnley on Monday

- Town U23s travel to Lancashire on Monday
- 2pm kick-off at Turf Moor
- Follow updates on @htafcacademy

Frankie Bunn’s Terriers next test in the Professional Development League 2 comes in the form of bottom of the table Burnley at Turf Moor in Monday’s 2pm kick off.

Town are currently level with Burnley on eight points from the opening ten games and only sit above the hosts on goal difference. A win can push either team up into as high as 6th position depending on results elsewhere.

Huddersfield will be looking to bounce back after a losing out 2-0 at home to Bolton Wanderers. You can watch the highlights of that game below.

Burnley meanwhile are without a win in two, having lost 6-1 to Sheffield United and 2-0 to Crewe Alexandra.

You can follow updates of the game via the Club’s Academy’s dedicated Twitter account @htafcacademy

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6 November 2017

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Share of the spoils in six-goal game

- Town U23s draw 3-3 at Burnley's Turf Moor
- Isaac Marriott, Joe Lolley and an own goal for Town
- Terriers pegged back after going ahead

Town’s Under-23 side came out with a share of the spoils from an all-action Professional Development League game at Burnley’s Turf Moor on Monday afternoon.

The game finished 3-3 after 90 minutes, with Isaac Marriott and Joe Lolley netting alongside an own goal for Frankie Bunn’s side, which was eventually pegged back by the hosts.

With the large majority of David Wagner’s squad on international duty or on the way to the training camp in Marbella, Joe Lolley was the only overage player in the side for the 2pm kick-off.

Instead, Bunn named a number of young charges in his starting line-up. With Under-23 regulars Romoney Crichlow-Noble and Luca Colville injured, there were starts for five Under-18 scholars – including a first start at Under-23 level for 16 year-old midfielder Scott High.

Things started very positively for the young Terriers, who were two goals ahead inside 21 minutes. First another of the scholars, Marriott, put his side ahead with a closed range finish after an initial save from the ‘keeper and then winger Denilson Carvalho set up Lolley in the area to prod the ball home.

However, Burnley fought back to restore parity with two goals in as many minutes. First Younger headed home McNeil’s 26th minute corner and then the provider turned finisher, with McNeil drilling a cross from Bayode past Town custodian Tadhg Ryan.

Lolley was the creator when Town retook the lead in the 31st minute, with his free-kick getting a nick off a defender on its way into the net.

Town skipper Jack Boyle was inches away from doubling the advantage just before the break, firing a shot inches wide of target.

That left the door open for the home side and they scored the final goal of the game to ensure a share of the spoils, with McNeil finding the bottom corner of Ryan’s goal from a tight angle.

Highlights from the game will be available for free on #HTTV on Tuesday.

Town’s team (4-2-3-1):
Tadhg Ryan; Mason O’Malley, Dylan Cogill, Danny Kane, Jordan Thomas; Isaac Marriott, Scott High (Micah Obiero, 70'); Jack Boyle (c), Joe Lolley, Denilson Carvalho (Dom Tear, 46'); Olly Dyson

Unused subs:
Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Saul Milovanovic

Town booking:
Tadhg Ryan (35’)

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