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9 December 2017

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Chris Löwe makes his 50th league start for Huddersfield Town as one of three changes to the side to face Brighton & Hove Albion this afternoon; 3pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium.

The 28 year-old makes his first home start since the memorable 2-1 victory over Manchester United in late October at left back in place of Scott Malone.

Head Coach David Wagner’s second switch comes in central midfield, where Jonathan Hogg gets a recall at the expense of Danny Williams just days after his 29th birthday.

Town’s final change is in attack, where record signing Steve Mounié replaces Laurent Depoitre. This is the Benin international’s first home start since his ankle injury and the 0-0 home draw with Southampton way back on 26 August.

Collin Quaner makes his first home start in the Premier League for the Terriers today; it’s his third successive start on the wing.

Joel Coleman and Joe Lolley are among the substitutes this afternoon, with Robert Green and Kasey Palmer making way.

The Head Coach is still without the services of Philip Billing (ankle), Jon Gorenc Stanković (knee) and Michael Hefele (Achilles).

Town’s team vs Brighton & Hove Albion
1. Jonas Lössl
2. Tommy Smith (c)
6. Jonathan Hogg
9. Elias Kachunga
10. Aaron Mooy
15. Chris Löwe
22. Tom Ince
23. Collin Quaner
24. Steve Mounié
25. Mathias Zanka
26. Christopher Schindler

Joel Coleman, Dean Whitehead, Martin Cranie, Joe Lolley, Danny Williams, Laurent Depoitre, Florent Hadergjonaj

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