Wagner makes three changes to his starting XI- David Wagner makes three changes to starting XI
- Huddersfield Town home debut for Rajiv van La Parra
- James Husband and Martin Cranie also start
Head Coach David Wagner has handed Rajiv van La Parra his home debut as one of three changes to Town’s starting XI for today’s game at home to Hull City; 3pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium.
The 24 year-old Dutchman makes his first home appearance in the famous blue and white striped shirt, replacing Harry Bunn in the line-up.
The second change to the team sees Martin Cranie make the 350th appearance of his domestic career at centre back; he takes Joel Lynch’s place in the team.
On his final Huddersfield Town appearance – his Emergency Loan from Middlesbrough reaches the maximum 93 days today – James Husband starts for the Terriers at left back in place of Jason Davidson, having been ineligible to play against his parent club in midweek.
There are a few other landmarks reached by Town’s players this afternoon. Jamie Paterson makes the 200th appearance of his career in all competitions; Nahki Wells makes his 150th start in English football and Joe Lolley makes his 50th Sky Bet Championship appearance for Huddersfield Town.
Town’s team vs Hull City:
1. Jed Steer
2. Tommy Smith
4. Dean Whitehead
5. Mark Hudson (c)
8. Jamie Paterson
14. Martin Cranie
15. James Husband
16. Emyr Huws
18. Joe Lolley
21. Nahki Wells
24. Rajiv van La Parra
Lloyd Allinson, Jason Davidson, Sean Scannell, Karim Matmour, Harry Bunn, Philip Billing, Joel Lynch
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