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17 March 2015

Three changes made to starting XI

Huddersfield Town Manager Chris Powell has made three changes to his starting XI for tonight’s Sky Bet Championship game against Norwich City; 7.45pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Jack Robinson is sidelined due to the knee injury he sustained at Birmingham City on Saturday, so there’s a St. Patrick’s Day start for Irish defender Jake Carroll.

The 23 year-old’s last Town start came 18 months ago in a Capital One Cup game at Hull City, although he has subsequently made 19 appearances on loan at Bury and Patrick Thistle – as well as one substitute appearance for the Terriers.

The second change comes in midfield, where Sean Scannell replaces the injured Harry Bunn (hamstring).

Sadly, Saturday goal-scorer Joe Lolley also misses out tonight due to a hip problem; his place is taken by Ishmael Miller, who is making his first start in four games.

There’s a first career appearance on the bench tonight for number 34 Jake Charles. The Academy graduate, aged 19, has scored four goals in five starts for Town’s Under-21s so far this season after recovering from an early season back injury.

Town’s team vs Norwich City:
1. Alex Smithies
4. Mark Hudson (c)
6. Jonathan Hogg
7. Sean Scannell
8. Jacob Butterfield
9. James Vaughan
10. Conor Coady
11. Ishmael Miller
25. Jake Carroll
27. Tommy Smith
33. Joel Lynch

Joe Murphy, David Edgar, Murray Wallace, Duane Holmes, Oscar Gobern, Jake Charles, Radoslaw Majewski

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