Date:Monday November 23 2009
Tuesday 24th November 2009
Huddersfield Town travel to Swindon looking for a second away win in a row, and to consolidate and possibly even move up a place in the league one table.
Town have of course enjoyed a glut of home games in a row, which have all provided plenty of goals and a full return of points, they must now go prove that the away form is sorted and a win at The County Ground would certainly show that everything is on the right track.
Swindon will not make it an easy game with ex-Leeds players Jon Douglas and 'keeper Dave Lucas in their ranks along with Ex-Bradford and Port Vale striker Billy Paynter firing in the goals in the absence of the departed Simon Cox.
Lee Clark spoke to the clubs official site ahead of the trip to Swindon:-
'We have to dictate the pace and try to take the sting out of the home supporters by playing to a good standard. That is exactly what we did at Oldham in our last away game'
An away game of course that Town won, and Clark will be looking to make it two away wins in a row at the County Ground
Danny Wilson looks set to name an unchanged line up for the visit of the magnificent Terriers
Swindon's top scorer is the biggest threat to Huddersfield's back line but its the Swindon defence that hopefull will need to be worrying
Lee Clark has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip to Swindon and it is expected that he will yet again name an unchanged line up!
Why change a winning formula!
Pilks is on fire at the moment and will be key to a good away result on Tuesday Night.
The two sides have only faced eachother in 36 league fixtures with Swindon winning 13, losing 14 and drawing 9.
Huddersfield of course did 'the double' over Swindon last season, and Town fans will be hoping for more of the same this season.
17/01/09: HTFC 2-1 STFC
H: Collins '51
H: Butler '60
S: Cox '90
Town: Smithies, Holdsworth, Clarke, Williams, Butler, Collins, Cadamarteri, Goodwin, Roberts, Parker (Craney '81), Jevons (Flynn '90).
Swindon: Brezovan, Amankwaah, Ifil, Kanyuka (s/o), J. Smith, Timlin (Easton '73), Pook, Peacock, McGovern (McNamee '64), Paynter (Sturrock '67), Cox.
11/10/08: STFC 1-3 HTFC
H: Dickinson '6
H: Roberts '26
H: Flynn '69
S: Easton '88
Swindon: Brezovan, J. Smith, Ifil, Morrison, Amankwaah, Timlin, Nalis (McNamee '55), Peacock, Easton, Paynter (Corr '65), Cox.
Town: Glennon, Skarz, Clarke, Goodwin, Butler, Craney, Worthington, Cadamarteri (Jevons '64), Flynn, Roberts, Dickinson (Holdsworth '71).
Andrew Penn: In the 15 games he has officiated this season Penn has dished out 26 yellow cards without needing to send anyone off.
You have to look to win games like these if you want to get out of the division, no doubt it wil be tough but mystic24 is going for an away win, naturally! Swindon 1 - 3 Huddersfield
No Saturday game this week coming!
Tuesday 1st December
Tranmere (H) 19:45 K.O
Saturday 5th December
Leeds (A) 12:15 K.O
Date:Monday November 23 2009
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Novak Links Up With Clark Again (Tuesday May 21 2013)
No Truth To Mansfield Striker Rumours (Tuesday May 21 2013)
Fullback Commits To Terriers (Tuesday May 21 2013)
Confident Of Pitch Improvement (Monday May 20 2013)
Gobern Signs New Terriers Deal (Sunday May 19 2013)
No Novak Deal (Sunday May 19 2013)
Huddersfield announce Retained Players List (Monday May 6 2013)
Town will move heaven and earth for James Vaughan (Monday May 6 2013)
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