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12 February 2016

Young Terriers look to continue winning run

- HTAFC U18s at PPG Canalside on Saturday morning
- Sheffield Wednesday visit in PDL2 North
- Watch the game completely free of charge!

Huddersfield Town’s Under-18 side is back in action against Sheffield Wednesday in the Professional Development League 2 North on Saturday morning at PPG Canalside.
The Young Terriers’ last game was played on 30 January, after last weekend’s game away at Birmingham City was postponed due to persistent heavy rain-fall. 

Lead Professional Development Coach Tony Carss’ side goes into the game looking to extend a fine unbeaten run, having not lost a game in the league since 10 October 2015. 

Town currently sit fifth in the PDL2 North with 32 points, but with two games in hand over the top two sides. 

Visitors Sheffield Wednesday sit just behind Huddersfield in sixth place having played a game more and come into Saturday’s clash with six losses in the last nine games in all competitions. However, Coach Paul Murray’s side can go level on points with the Terriers with a win on Saturday. 

Town took all three points when the sides met earlier on in the season with Jamie Spencer’s goal securing a narrow 1-0 victory. Highlights of that game are below thanks to HTTV!

The game will be played at PPG Canalside on the pitch over the canal and is free to watch for supporters wishing to attend. Kick-off is 11am. 

If you are unable to get down and see the young Terriers in action, you can keep up-to-date with the score-line via Town’s Twitter account, @htafcdotcom

The Professional Development League 2 is split into two regional divisions, North and South. Teams play opponents in their own division twice and the other division once, before the top two teams from each league meet in the Play-Offs to determine the overall champions. 

Click HERE for the latest U18 Premier League bulletin, which includes the latest tables, fixtures and results. 

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