Huddersfield Town vs Millwall
John Smith's Stadium
11 January 2014
Huddersfield Town return to Championship action as they prepare to entertain The Lions in this afternoon's three o'clock kick off.
Millwall head north with new manager Ian Holloway in tow, as Huddersfield prepare to hand club record signing Nahki Wells with a debut.
Huddersfield are also looking to complete their first double of the season having beaten Millwall by a goal to nil at The New Den earlier this season.
James Vaughan is expected to miss out again for The Terriers with Joel Lynch also rated doubtful.
Vital Quotes: Mark Robins
"Millwall will be up for it this weekend, but we are a good side and they will have to try and stop us.
"We won last time out and want to return to winning ways in the league.
"We did well down in Millwall early in the season and it was a great result for us. Those memories count for nothing now though, because they have a new manager with fresh ideas and they will be a different challenge."
Huddersfield Town Team News:
James Vaughan is likely to miss out despite returning to training.
Peter Clarke remains sidelined with a knee injury.
Joel Lynch will face a late check as he is still struggling with a hip injury.
Player to watch: Nahki Wells
Nahki Wells is bound to get a home debut today, and whilst he may not start, many expect him to feature and score!
No Pressure then Nahki!!
Millwall Team News:
New Millwall boss Ian Holloway has already picked his team for his first game in charge
Jermaine Easter is suspended
Scott McDonald hoping to replace the suspended Easter and face his former side Huddersfield Town.
captain Paul Robinson is back in training and hoping for inclusion in the matchday squad.
Scott Malone (ribs) and winger Liam Feeney (hamstring) look set to miss out
Liam Trotter is also absent for the Lions.
Player to watch: Steve Morison
Striker on-loan from Leeds United, certainly has the talent to test the Town defence.
Match Facts & Stats
Millwall 0 - 1 Huddersfield Town
Huddersfield won the earlier meeting this season 1-0 at the New Den in August.
Huddersfield have won the last two meetings, since Millwall's 4-0 home win in October 2012.
Millwall have won only one of the last seven meetings in all competitions at Huddersfield. They won 2-1 in League One in March 2009.
Huddersfield have kept only one clean sheet in their last seven games in all competitions.
Huddersfield have scored 22 league goals at home so far this season. Only Derby and Leicester have scored more in the Championship.
Millwall have lost five of their last six games in all competitions, drawing one.
Millwall have won only one of their last nine games. Their only win since 23 November was 2-1 at home against Wigan early last month.
Millwall have conceded 49 league goals so far this season - more than any other side in the Championship.
The Referee for today's Championship game is Mr.Paul Tierney from Lancashire. Tierney twice officiated Huddersfield Town matches last season, with The Terriers having mixed results, both of those games coming away from the John Smiths Stadium. There was a thrashing of 1-6 at Nottingham Forest and a 1-3 away win at Bristol City in April. Tierney officiated Millwall just the once last season, when Hull were the visitors to the New Den and ran away with all 3 points. This season Tierney has officiated 18 matches, dishing out 59 yellow cards and 8 red's, the red card tally already being double what he handed out in the previous season! His most recent visit to the John Smiths stadium was this season as he took the goalless draw with Doncaster, handing out 3 yellow cards on that occasion. His last Championship game was a 3-0 victory for Middlesborough over Reading, where he booked 6 players and dismissed one. Referee: Mr Paul Tierney (Lancashire) Assistant: Mr David Benton (South Yorkshire) Assistant: Mr Ryan Johnson (Manchester) Fourth Official: Mr Richard Clark (Northumberland)
Huddersfield 3-1 Millwall
QPR (A) 18.01.14