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14 January 2022

Town’s Head Coach looks ahead to Saturday’s game

- Carlos Corberán previews Swansea City match
- Head Coach provides injury update
- Watch Carlos’ full press conference below on HTTV

Huddersfield Town Head Coach Carlos Corberán says that Swansea City will prove a high challenge for his side when they visit the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday 15 January 2022.

When speaking to the press in his virtual press conference, Carlos discussed what he expects from the Sky Bet Championship side.

“Swansea are a strong team.

“They can play a very offensive type of football.

“They are playing better than the results that they are achieving.

“Tomorrow is going to be a high challenge, it’ll challenge our skills to press, our skills in offense, and our skills in attack.”

Tickets for Saturday’s game are only £5 to encourage as many Town fans as possible to come and support their team for their first home game of 2022.

“On Saturday, we will have more fans in the ground.

“The Club have done a fantastic job to get our fans in.

“We know that Saturday will be a high challenge, but every time we are on a football pitch, we need to give our best.

“We need to make it enjoyable for people to come to the Stadium and watch us.”

The Spaniard also provided his latest injury update.

“Lee Nicholls is absolutely fine; he’s recovered well from his stomach virus.

“Ryan Schofield will be out for around five weeks.

“He hasn’t had an easy season, but five weeks out isn’t the end of the career.

“Levi Colwill has been working with the medical staff this week.

“Today he’ll be working with the group.

“If he can complete training today, he’ll be available on Saturday.

“Depending on how intense the game is will see how many minutes Jonathan Hogg can play.

“Aaron Rowe will train with the group today.

“He had COVID-19, which lost him more than 10 days.”

You can watch Carlos’ full press conference below on HTTV!

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