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Grayson optimistic on Jack Hunt

Huddersfield Town are cautiously optimistic that Jack Hunt will be available for the New Years Day clash with Leicester at the king Power Stadium.

The academy product was forced off against 11 man Sheffield Wednesday with a knee injury, and left-back Paul Dixon came on to replace him and complete the match at right back for the final 21 minutes.

Hunt will face a late fitness test, and with Calum Woods struggling with a groin strain, Grayson will be hoping Hunt can make it, with no other recognised right back in the squad.




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Writer: Terrier24 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 1 2013

Time: 1:16PM

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from his twitter feed, looks quite likely he is going to be playing
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