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TEAM NEWS: TOWN vs HULL CITY

5 October 2019

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Danny Cowley makes one change to the starting XI

- Huddersfield Town team named to face Hull City
- Danny Cowley makes one change to the side
- Adama Diakhaby replaces striker Fraizer Campbell

Danny Cowley has made one change to Huddersfield Town’s starting line-up for today’s Sky Bet Championship game against Hull City; 3pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Adama Diakhaby comes in for his first start in four games this afternoon, replacing Fraizer Campbell. The striker is among the substitutes today and could feature against his former club.

The side is otherwise unchanged from the one that started mid-week against Stoke City, which means that Elias Kachunga makes his 100th appearances for Huddersfield Town in all competitions.

That’s not the only landmark this afternoon! Lewis O’Brien will make the 50th start of his fledgling career in all competitions.

Tommy Elphick will start against his former club this afternoon. He scored one goal in 18 Sky Bet Championship appearances for the Tigers last season.

Terence Kongolo (calf), Alex Pritchard (knee) and Collin Quaner (hip) are unavailable to Cowley again this afternoon.

Town’s team vs Hull City
1. Kamil Grabara
4. Tommy Elphick
6. Jonathan Hogg
8. Trevoh Chalobah
9. Elias Kachunga
11. Adama Diakhaby
16. Karlan Grant
17. Danny Simpson
26. Christopher Schindler (c)
28. Jaden Brown
39. Lewis O’Brien

Substitutes
Ryan Schofield; Juninho Bacuna, Isaac Mbenza, Fraizer Campbell, Steve Mounié, Jon Gorenc Stanković, Florent Hadergjonaj


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