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CARLOS: LUTON WILL DEMAND THE BEST OF US

6 November 2020

Town’s Head Coach looks ahead to Luton game

- Carlos Corberán previews Luton Town test
- Head Coach on bouncing back from Tuesday’s defeat
- Watch Carlos’ full press conference below on #HTTV

Huddersfield Town Head Coach Carlos Corberán is eager for the Terriers to bounce back when they face Luton Town on Saturday afternoon.

The Hatters are the visitors to the John Smith’s Stadium for Town’s final game prior to the November international break.

Carlos’ side go into the game on home soil off the back of a narrow defeat on home soil to Bristol City, which came on the back of the resounding 3-0 win at Millwall.

Town’s Head Coach looked back on the recent games ahead of the visit of Luton and is looking for the Terriers to perform for the full 90 minutes at the John Smith’s Stadium, starting tomorrow.

“Our responsibility is to manage the feelings and emotions in the games. We need to learn to manage and to mature because it’s one of the skills you need to have as a team in the Championship.

“We need to learn from these minutes to avoid chances from the opponent, this is what we want to do but we know that we face opponents with quality.

“In the minutes that we have the ball, we need to create more chances and try to have more difference on the result.”

Having finished last season strongly under Manager Nathan Jones, the Hatters have made a promising start to the campaign and sit ninth in the Sky Bet Championship table after 10 games.

Speaking to the media in his pre-match press conference on Friday afternoon, Carlos outlined the challenge he expects from Luton Town.

“Luton is a team that were promoted from League 1 because they have players capable of playing in the Championship.

“They suffered at the beginning of last season but after they changed the manager (to Nathan Jones), they only lost one game and that’s why they continue playing in this division.

“They have very good players, if you analyse the strikers (James) Collins or (Harry) Cornick, they scored 23 between them last year so I respect a lot the collective performance of their team.

“Under this manager, they have played 22 games and only lost six times, so it means they are a team that’s difficult to beat.

“At the same time, they have three points more than us right now in the competition so they are in a higher position than us and what I expect is a real battle because I know how they defend, how they face the game and therefore the last thing I expect is an easy game.

“It’s going to be a game that again demands the best of us across the 90 minutes.”

Watch Carlos’ full press conference below on #HTTV!


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