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20 November 2016

Match will be played at the John Smith's Stadium

- Town’s U23s faces Leeds on Monday
- Venue for the match is the John Smith’s Stadium; 2pm kick-off
- Season Card holders can attend for just £2

Huddersfield Town’s Development Squad faces local rivals Leeds United in the Professional Development League on Monday as they look to bounce back from three successive defeats.

The match, at the John Smith’s Stadium, kicks-off at 2pm on Monday 21 November and Season Card holders can attend the match for just £2 if they present their card on the match day. If you don’t have a Season Card it’s £4 for adults and £2 for concessions to watch Frankie Bunn’s youngsters.

When the young Terriers takes on Leeds, they will look to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday. You can watch highlights from the match below via HTTV.

The defeat saw Town’s Under-23s move off top spot as the Terriers now sits in third, three points behind league leaders Hull City.

Monday’s opponents, Leeds United, are currently ninth in the Professional Development League above bottom side Sheffield Wednesday on goal difference.

Leeds United Under-23s has only picked up three points from their five away games so far this season, which was in a 4-3 win away at Bolton Wanderers.

Senior Professional Development Coach Frankie Bunn discussed his side’s season so far with HTTV, click below to watch!

As always, the top two sides from the northern table will qualify for the end-of-season Professional Development League Play-Offs against the equivalent southern table sides to crown the overall PDL champion.

Why not pop in to PPG Canalside for some lunch before you head down to the John Smith’s Stadium? Look out for their specials via @htafcCanalside on Twitter.

You can keep up-to-date with the score-line via Town’s Twitter account, @htafcdotcom.

£10 tickets are still available for Town's Monday night match against Wigan Athletic; click to buy!

Tweets by @htafcdotcom

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