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U21s AT PPG CANALSIDE ON MONDAY

3 January 2016

Young Terriers in action on Monday 4 January 2016

- HTAFC U21s at home to Hull City on Monday
- Game at PPG Canalside at 1pm
- Come and watch the Development Squad

Huddersfield Town’s Under-21 side will play Hull City in the Professional Development League 2 North at PPG Canalside on Monday. 

The game will start at 1pm. There's a suggested donation of £1 to watch the game, for which spectators will receive a team-sheet.

Frankie Bunn's side comes into the game on the back of 12 straight victories, the latest coming against Barnsley at the John Smith's Stadium just before Christmas. Highlights of that game can be watched below thanks to HTTV!


That run of form sees Town top the PDL2 North table with 34 points from just 14 games; four points ahead of second placed Sheffield United with two games in hand. The top two sides from the northern and southern division face each other in the end of season Play-Offs to determine the overall PDL Champions.

Last season the Terriers reached the PDL2 Play-Off Final, but lost 3-2 to hosts Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium despite a brace from Flo Bojaj.

Click HERE to read the Premier League's latest U21 bulletin, which includes fixtures, results and tables.

Led by coach Tony Pennock, Hull City sits third in the table with 29 points from 15 games. The Tigers are one of just two sides to beat Town's Under-21 side this season; they triumphed 3-1 in North Ferriby when the sides last met in August.

In the PDL2, teams can play a maximum of three overage outfields and an overage goalkeeper, but Bunn has only fielded overage outfield players in two of the team's 16 matches so far this term.

If you can't get to the game on Monday, you can follow team news and updates of the score on Town's official Twitter account @htafcdotcom. A full match report and reaction from Frankie Bunn will follow on htafc.com after the full time whistle, with match highlights on HTTV on Tuesday.

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