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20 April 2013

Three changes to starting XI

Jack Hunt makes his 100th League appearance for Huddersfield Town as one of three changes to the starting line-up for today’s 12.30pm kick-off against Millwall.

Hunt replaces fellow full back Paul Dixon for his first start since picking up a hamstring injury in the away game at Bolton Wanderers.

Elsewhere Jermaine Beckford comes into the side for his first start in five games, making the 200th League start and 250th League appearance of his career in the process. Leicester loanee Beckford replaces Neil Danns in the starting XI.

Mark Robins’ final change comes in midfield, with Oscar Gobern replacing Keith Southern.

Town’s side is expected to line up in a 4-4-2 formation this afternoon, with goalkeeper Alex Smithies protected by a back four of Calum Woods at left back, centre backs Anthony Gerrard and Peter Clarke and right back Jack Hunt. 

Oscar Gobern joins Oliver Norwood in central midfield, with Sean Scannell deployed on the left of midfield and Adam Clayton on the right.

Up front Jermaine Beckford joins Town’s top scorer James Vaughan.

Town’s team vs. Millwall:
1. Alex Smithies
2. Calum Woods
4. Oliver Norwood
5. Peter Clarke (c)
6. Anthony Gerrard
7. Sean Scannell
8. Adam Clayton
10. Oscar Gobern
18. James Vaughan
21. Jermaine Beckford
32. Jack Hunt

Subs: Ian Bennett, Paul Dixon, Lee Novak, Murray Wallace, Alan Lee, Neil Danns, Keith Southern

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