Match Pack: Away Fixture, Championship, Huddersfield, #HUDLEI, your exclusive preview update

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Leicester got of to a brilliant start in the Championship, but still a lot of uncertainty regarding the squad, fitness and injuries, who will stay, who will come in and who will be moved on.

Mads Hermansen is in doubt for the game and most likely it will be Jacub Stolarczyk keeping the job, as he covered in the win in the Carabao Cup vs. Burton. Huddersfield is in a difficult position losing their opening game to Plymouth away. We predict that the game picture will be very similar to the Coventry game.

Victor Kristiansen, Conor Coady and Alex Smithies are the three others out of contention, with Kristiansen said to be back and ready, but still having so many other options, doubts he will be in action.

Cesare Casadei looks to be in but so far no confirmation, so still no agreement in place, but hopefully he will be available for the Cardiff game next Saturday. A loan deal will go through, and Chelsea are eager to let the player move on loan to Leicester, with moves to Italy being seen as a much higher risk, not as close in distance and Leicester will be perfect for development for the 20 year old.

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Match Pack – Stats & Facts

Table Position
LEI: 7
HUD: 22

Injuries / Uncertainties / Suspensions:
LEI: Coady, Kristiansen, Smithies, Hermansen
HUD: Headley, Pearson

Head to Head:
Last Three
Premier League; 01.01.2018, King Power, 3-0 (W)
Premier League; 22.09.2018, King Power, 3-1 (W)
Premier League; 06.04.2019, John Smith, 4-1 (W)

Possible Line-Up’s:
Leicester City:
Stolarczyk, Pereira, Vestergaard, Faes, Doyle, Winks, Dewsbury-Hall, Ndidi, Vardy, Mavididi, McAteer
Huddersfield Town:
Nicholls; Edwards, Bond, Helik, Ruffels; Rudoni, Edmonds-Green; Thomas, Diarra, Koroma; Ward

Predicted Result: 2-1 (Win)

Players In Both Camps, Huddersfield Town

Focus On; Huddersfield Town

Nickname: The Terriers

Manager: Neil Warnock

Captain: Jonathan Hogg

Chairman: Kevin M. Nagle

Kit Supplier: Umbro

Kit Sponsor: Utilita

Stadium: John Smith

Capacity: 24,121


Huddersfield Town Association Football Club is a professional football club based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England, which competes in the EFL Championship. The team have played home games at the Kirklees Stadium (currently known as the John Smiths Stadium due to sponsorship) since moving from Leeds Road in 1994. The club colours of blue and white stripes were adopted in 1913. Their nickname, “The Terriers”, was taken in 1969. Huddersfield’s current emblem is based on the town’s coat of arms. The team have long-standing West Yorkshire derby rivalries with Bradford City and Leeds United, read more


The Utilita and SportsBroker are sponsor of this Umbro kit. The home shirt a homage to the centenary of the Club’s first ever league title win, with ‘Huddersfield Town AFC 1923/24 Champions of England’ proudly featuring inside the neckline. There is also gold detailing around the neck, collar and Umbro’s double diamond, with our woven embroidered Club crest is also enveloped in gold. While the away kit showcases a brighter theme with the acid lime colour, featuring additional detailing around the neck, collar and the Umbro double diamond that sits alongside our woven embroidered crest.

Arch-enemy: Leeds United, Bradford City

Honours: 100 years ago this season, Huddersfield Town won their first ever league trophy, also league winners in 1924/25 and 1925/26, and also runners-up on three ocasions. A grand team 100 years ago, but in modern time only seen top flight action from 2017 to 2019, not being up in the top flight since 1972. They have also won the FA Cup once, so a club with good traditions.


1st Division / Premier League
Winners: 1923/24, 1924/25, 1925/26
Runners-up: 1926/27, 1927/28, 1933/34

2nd Division / League Championship
Winners: 1969/70

4th Division / League Two
Winners: 1979/80

FA Cup
Winners (1): 1921/22

League Cup


Did You Know? Herbert Chapman, one of the most influential managers in English football history, led Huddersfield Town to three consecutive First Division titles in the 1920s. He is credited with revolutionizing the tactical approach to the game.

Most Appearances: (F) Billy Smith (1913-1934), 574

Most Goals: (F) George Brown (1921-1929), 159

Other Famous Players: Ernie Hine, Frank Worthington, Alan Gowling, Andy Booth, Jordan Rhodes, Aaron Mooy, Jonas Lossl, Jonathan Hogg, Christopher Schindler, Tommy Smith, Chris Lowe, Trevor Cherry, Roy Ellam, Les Chapman, Dennis Clarke

Record win: 10-1 v Blackpool, (League), 13 December 1930

Record defeat: 1-10 v Manchester City (League), 7 November 1987

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