Young Terriers continue their Premier League Cup campaign
- Huddersfield Town B Team travel to Watford in Premier League Cup
- Game kicks off at 1pm on Tuesday 4 October 2022
- Supporters can attend the game at Kings Langley FC
Huddersfield Town B Team are back in Premier League Cup action on Tuesday 4 October when they travel to face Watford.
The Young Terriers continue their six-game group stage in the Premier League Cup on Tuesday, when they travel to face Watford.
The Premier League Cup is the main competition for our B Team players and one that they look forward to playing in.
This will be the youngster's second game of the group stages after the first saw them beat Middlesbrough 0-3 in September – CLICK HERE to read find out more about who is in our group and when we will be playing.
Fans are able to attend the game on Tuesday afternoon, with an admission fee of £5 for adults, £3 for concessions and Under-18s can attend free of charge - why not make it a double game day and support the B Team before watching the First Team play at Luton Town?
The game will take place at The Orbital Fasteners Stadium, Hempstead Road, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, WD4 8BS.
Brodie Spencer previewed Tuesday’s game:
The defender started by discussing the B Team’s first Premier League Cup game this season against Middlesbrough.
“I think the main thing to take away from Middlesbrough is the clean sheet, with the team we have we’re going to score goals with so many attacking threats – if we keep clean sheets then I think we will get results.”
The Northern Ireland international spoke about the confidence and experience he has gained through his international duty and being involved with the First Team this season.
“When I play both internationally and here, I am always working hard, competing, and wanting to win – regardless of whether I’m playing internationally or here, I am going to work hard.
“That’s just the way I am, I love to win.
“Being involved with the First Team has given me lots of confidence.
“Being quite young, one of the youngest in the squad, when the manager puts his trust in me to make my debut, it gives me a lot of confidence in knowing I’m on the right path.”
Spencer then looked towards Tuesday’s game and what the lads are expecting from Watford, as well as how much the competition means to the team.
“I expect Watford to be very hard working, they will be wanting to get one up on us since we beat them twice last season.
“I don’t think it’s going to be an easy match at all, I think they will be well up for it – so it should be a good game.
“This competition is so important, I think it’s one of the only competitive matches we have throughout the season and most of what we work on pre-season leads up to these matches, which is why qualifying and going further into the knockout stages is so important for everyone.”
If you’re unable to attend, you can follow live updates on the Academy’s Twitter account: @htafcacademy.
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