The result leaves the Terriers lying 20th in the Championship table, and they're still looking to secure their safety in the competition for another season with just two matches of the 2020/21 campaign left to play.
However, Rotherham United s loss to Brentford last night means that to go down, Huddersfield would have to lose their remaining two matches and the Millers would have to win their last three - a scenario which looks a little unlikely.
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Speaking after the loss to Blackburn, Huddersfield boss Carlos Corberan was less than impressed with his side's performance, and stated: “Very negative performance in a lot of moments of the game. Very negative result.
As Norwich City plot their return to the Premier League next season, they've been linked with a move for Union Berlin midfielder Robert Andrich. His side are likely to cash in on the 26-year-old this summer, to avoid losing him for nothing at the end of his contract next year. (Bild)
“Very disappointing feeling because we wanted to come here and get the points that were necessary to hit our target (safety). We didn’t do it.
“We started really badly, conceded two goals we had to avoid. We finished with a little better feeling in the last minute of the first half. After, we wanted to go for the game, take some risks and attack more because we knew the most important thing for us was to try and go for the three points.”
Meanwhile, Meanwhile, fellow Yorkshire's second-tier side Barnsley secured their play-off spot, while Rotherham United and Sheffield Wednesday both lost, as the relegation battle looks set to go down to the wire.
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 this weekend's action begins:
Ex-Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is still the firm, odds-on favourite for the Celtic job, despite reports suggesting the Scottish side could struggle to get their man. He's been out of work since the Cherries went down at the end of last season. (SkyBet)
Middlesbrough are said to be in "advanced talks" with Bristol City striker Famara Diedhiou, as his contract approaches its expiry. The £5m striker has hit double-figures in the scoring charts in all of his four seasons at Ashton Gate. (Football Insider)
Watford boss Xisco Munoz has branded the Premier League the "best competition in the world", and claimed working with the club's owner has been a "luxury", following the Hornets' automatic promotion to the top tier. (Watford Observer)
Norwich City have been tipped to challenge for the signing of Vitesse defender Danilho Doekhi. However, they face stiff competition from the likes of Fulham, Newcastle United and Rangers. (Telegraph)
Ex-Derby County man Rob Lee has branded the potential takeover of his former club as "fantastic". The Rams are still awaiting the EFL's approval of buyer Erik Alonso before the purchase can go through. (Football League World)
Coventry City boss Mark Robins has revealed that he would "100%" try and bring loanee striker Viktor Gyokeres back to the club on another temporary deal next season. He's got two senior caps and one goal for Sweden. (Coventry Telegraph)
Sheffield Wednesday star Josh Windass is said to be attracting interest from a number of Championship sides, including Middlesbrough, Cardiff and Stoke City. He's scored ten goals and provided five assists so far this season. (Football Insider)
Huddersfield Town youngster Ben Jackson, who is currently on loan with Bolton, has suggested he'll be looking to impress in pre-season with the Terriers and try to break into the squad. He's made just one appearance for Huddersfield in his short career thus far. (The 72)
Millwall and Nottingham Forest look set to go head-to-head to sign Sunderland striker Charlie Wyke this summer. The Black Cats' goal-machine could move on from the club at the end of his contract, if they don't secure promotion this season. (Sky Sports)