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TEAM NEWS: Brighton V Huddersfield

TEAM NEWS: Brighton V Huddersfield

MARK ROBINS makes one change to his team with Jack Hunt returning after Calum Woods picked up a knock in training.

The team otherwise remains unchanged from the victory at Burnley, meaning Oscar Gobern retainss his starting place and Theo Robinson again partners James Vaughan in attack.

Brighton make two changes to their side that beat Burnley with Will Buckley returning as expected in place of Vicente and Inigo Calderon restored to the team at the expense of former England left-back Wayne Bridge

BRIGHTON.

Kuszczak; Bruno, El-Abd, Upson, Calderon (C); Hammond, David, Dicker; Buckley, Ulloa, Orlandi.

Substitutes.

Ankergren (GK), Greer, Dunk, Forster-Caskey, LuaLua, Barnes, Mackail-Smith.

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN.

Alex Smithies;

Jack Hunt, Peter Clarke (C), Anthony Gerrard, Paul Dixon;

Sean Scannell, Adam Clayton, Oscar Gobern, Neil Danns;

James Vaughan, Theo Robinson

Substitutes.

Ian Bennett, Oliver Norwood, Lee Novak, Murray Wallace, Scott Arfield, Alan lee, Joel Lynch

Referee: Gavin Ward
Assistants: Paul Harris and Wes Linden
Fourth Official: Mark Mellor




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Date:Saturday March 2 2013
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