Corberán makes two changes to the starting line-up
- Huddersfield Town side named to face Queens Park Rangers
- Head Coach Carlos Corberán makes two changes to the line-up
- Josh Koroma and Tom Lees both start tonight’s fixture
Huddersfield Town Head Coach Carlos Corberán has made two changes to the starting side for tonight’s Sky Bet Championship game against Queens Park Rangers; 7.45pm kick-off at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
London-born Josh Koroma comes back into the side for his first start in five fixtures. He replaces Sorba Thomas, who has played the most Sky Bet Championship minutes of any Town player ahead of tonight’s game; he is a substitute this evening.
The second change sees Tom Lees return to the side, having missed Saturday’s 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion through illness. He replaces Naby Sarr, who is on the bench tonight.
With Lees returning to the squad, Rolando Aarons drops out of the match day squad.
Lewis O’Brien, captaining the side again, makes his 100th Huddersfield Town appearance in all competitions this evening.
Corberán is without the services of Pipa (hip), Álex Vallejo (knee), Jonathan Hogg (knee), Jordan Rhodes (back), Duane Holmes (thigh) and Aaron Rowe (toe), although several of those players are now back on the grass as they work their way towards fitness.
Town’s team vs Queens Park Rangers
21. Lee Nicholls
3. Harry Toffolo
4. Matty Pearson
8. Lewis O’Brien (c)
10. Josh Koroma
15. Scott High
20. Ollie Turton
24. Danel Sinani
25. Danny Ward
26. Levi Colwill
32. Tom Lees
Ryan Schofield; Mipo Odubeko, Josh Ruffels, Sorba Thomas, Fraizer Campbell, Naby Sarr, Jon Russell