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10 October 2014

No First Team game, but Under-21s and Under-18s play away

. Highlights of every Under-21 and Under-18 game are available on the Club’s YouTube channel,
The game kicks off at 11am on Saturday.
Weekend opponents Swansea have won one of their opening six games, losing three.
The young Terriers have carried that good run of form into this season, having won three of the last four matches scoring 10 goals in the process.
The side cruised to the Under 18 Professional Development League 2 North title last campaign, before beating Crewe 6-5 on penalties in the national final, after a 4-4 thriller.
Meanwhile, the U18 squad travels to the Landore Training Ground to face Swansea City fresh from a terrific 3-0 home win against Brentford in their last match.
The match, part of the Professional Development League 2 season, kicks off at 3pm at Griffin Park. Any Town fans in the London area that want to watch the next generation of Terriers can gain admission to the match for £2 at the gate.
They take on a Brentford side that has won one game so far this season, having lost three of its opening five matches.
The free-scoring side has found the back of the net in every fixture so far, having also scored three or more goals in three matches already. The team has won its last four matches in all competitions, including a 1-0 win over Barnsley in the Under-21 Premier League Cup in midweek.
After finishing top of the Under-21 Professional Development League 2 North table last season, the side have made a great start to life this term.
Frankie Bunn’s Under-21 side has made a flying start to the season and will be looking to continue this form when they take on Brentford’s Development Squad at Griffin Park.
Town’s First Team has a rare weekend off due to the international break, but the Club’s Under-21 and Under-18 sides are back in Professional Development League action with long away trips on Saturday.

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