Speaking ahead of the big game, the result of which could prove pivotal in the relegation, Terriers boss Carlos Corberan claimed: “We had a run of results that isn’t easy for any coach because we know the job of the coaches is getting results so to have the possibility to keep working is not easy to find in all clubs.
“I appreciate the confidence of the chairman, the board, the club and the sporting director because we have a project together but I know in professional football when you are not getting the results you want, it is not easy to have the patience in coaches to continue with them.
“It’s why we always need to focus game by game. One of the positives of working here at Huddersfield is that there are not many people involved so we are all know the positions we have and are very clear on what we are doing and we all take responsibility for what we need to do.”
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Huddersfield Town and the rest of the Championship, as the build-up to the upcoming weekend's action begins:
1. Robins join McPake chase
Bristol City have been tipped to battle QPR for Rangers prospect Josh McPake. The Scotland U19 international is currently on loan with League Two side Harrogate Town, who are on-track for a solid mid-table finish. (Football Insider)
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2. Atalanta set to win race for ex-Forest starlet
Serie A side Atalanta look set to beat Manchester United and Chelsea to ex-Nottingham Forest defender Anel Ahmedhodzic. He's currently on the books at Swedish side Malmo, and is a Bosnia & Herzegovina senior international (The Sun)
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3. Hammers learn Browne asking price
Birmingham City are rumoured to have set a £1m asking price for their promising young defender Rico Browne. Spurs and West Ham were both linked with the teenager earlier in the month. (The 72)
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4. Dack suffers another ACL injury
Blackburn Rovers have been dealt a major injury blow, with star man Bradley Dack succumbing to another ACL injury. He was out for a year when he suffered the same injury previously, and only returned to action three months ago. (Club website)
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