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    Huddersfield v Swansea

    Huddersfield v Swansea Sat 20 Feb 15:00

    Swans have one defeat in the last ten games, away at Derby 16 Dec.
    Swans only home defeat this season was 1-2 against Huddersfield on 17 Oct. Harry Toffolo and Josh Koroma the scorers, with a an Ayew penalty in reply.

    Huddersfield have one win in the last ten games, 2-1 at home to Blackburn 29 Dec.
    Huddersfield team news - centre-back Christopher Schindler, midfielder Carel Eiting, young forward Josh Koroma, attacker Danny Grant and winger Rolando Aarons are out injured. There are doubts over the availability of centre-back Rarmani Edmonds-Green and veteran defender Tommy Elphick, while left-back Harry Toffolo is suspended.

    Swans team news - they have long term injuries to goalkeeper Steven Benda (ankle), young forward Liam Cullen (ankle), and veteran winger Wayne Routledge (calf), but otherwise no fresh injuries.

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    The teams this afternoon -

    Huddersfield Town: Ryan Schofield, Pipa, Alex Vallejo, Jonathan Hogg (captain), Juninho Bacuna, Lewis O'Brien, Duane Holmes, Richard Keogh, Fraizer Campbell, Naby Sarr, Aaron Rowe.

    Substitutes: Joel Pereira, Alex Pritchard, Richard Stearman, Demeaco Duhaney, Sorba Thomas, Romoney Crichlow, Jaden Brown, Kieran Phillips, Scott High.

    Swansea City: Freddie Woodman; Kyle Naughton, Ryan Bennett, Marc Guehi; Connor Roberts, Jay Fulton, Matt Grimes (captain), Conor Hourihane, Jake Bidwell; Andre Ayew, Jamal Lowe.

    Substitutes: Ben Hamer, Ryan Manning, Joel Latibeaudiere, Ben Cabango, Korey Smith, Yan Dhanda, Paul Arriola, Jordan Morris, Morgan Whittaker.

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    HT 1-1
    Campbell 22’
    Hourihane 46’ free kick
    Awful watch so far with Huddersfield outplaying us until the end of the half where we suddenly woke up and had chances on goal.

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    What a shambles we were today against a team more motivated than us.
    It looks as if we’ve started our bad run at the worst time.
    Cooper said we didn’t do the basics -
    https://www.swanseacity.com/news/ste...-not-do-basics
    But it was more than that, we looked as if we were not trying and that is unforgivable.
    He also gambled and put all five subs on early and the inevitable happened, a player had to go off injured leaving us with 10 men.

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    That was a surprising defeat Jack, especially against the dog botherers (the terriers) Huddersfield.
    Hey do you remember we did you a favour this time last week by beating Brentford away, their first defeat in 21 I think it was.

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    I’m still in shock Acido, that performance was completely unexpected and a bit embarrassing to be honest. We just didn’t turn up on the day. Huddersfield wanted it more and in a crazy ten minutes at the start of the second half we conceded three goals. Our key defender Ryan Bennett went off injured at half-time but that’s a poor excuse. I’m hoping we can bounce back on Wednesday against Coventry.
    Your team Barnsley had a brilliant win against Brentford didn’t they, and the Bees have been stung twice in a row since then, what did you do to them!
    The thing is in the Championship this season any team can beat the other, there is no outstanding team, although I thought it was Brentford until they lost three games in a row.

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