Young Terriers back in PDL action in London- Town Under-23s at Crystal Palace on Tuesday
- Game kicks off at Selhurst Park at 1pm
- Watch highlights of the last game against West Brom
Huddersfield Town’s Under-23 side is back in Professional Development League action on Tuesday afternoon with a trip to face Crystal Palace of the southern section.
The game will kick-off at Selhurst Park at 1pm, with admission to the game priced at £5 for adults and £1 concessions at the Box Office if you’re in the area!
Palace’s youngsters are managed by former Coventry City and Crystal Palace defender Richard Shaw and have enjoyed a decent start to the new campaign, winning three and drawing two of their first seven matches.
After seven games, Frankie Bunn’s Town side sits third in the 10-team PDL North table with 13 points; just one behind group leaders Sheffield Wednesday.
However, the young Terriers do come into the game on the back of a rare defeat at the hands of West Brom in the opening U23 Premier League Cup game last Friday; highlights are below courtesy of HTTV.
Town will play every team from the northern group twice this season, plus each southern team – like Crystal Palace – once, either home or away.
Teams can play up to three overage outfield players in each game, as well as an overage goalkeeper if required.
You can keep up to date with the scoreline from Palace on Tuesday via Town’s official Twitter account, @htafcdotcom!
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