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Huddersfield V Charlton at John Smith's Stadium : Match Preview

08 Mar 2013 11:01:27

Huddersfield V Charlton at John Smith's Stadium : Match Preview

Huddersfield V Charlton - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game live.


Danny aims to Ward off injury

Huddersfield winger Danny Ward is hoping to make his first start of the year against Charlton.

Ward returned to the bench in midweek after a 16-game injury lay-off and marked his first appearance since breaking a bone in his foot in December with a last-minute thunderbolt in the win over Middlesbrough after going on as a late substitute.

But the Terriers will still be without striker James Vaughan, who sits out the second game of a three-match ban, while midfielder Keith Southern, out since mid-January, remains sidelined with an Achilles injury.

Defender Calum Woods is doubtful after missing the last two games with a hamstring strain and Jermaine Beckford, out of action since the end of January, is still struggling with a similar problem.

Defender Anthony Gerrard is expected to be fit after sustaining a knock in midweek as the Terriers chase back-to-back wins for the first time since October.

Charlton will check on Leon Cort ahead of the trip.

The defender missed Tuesday night's 2-2 draw at Peterborough after suffering a knee injury against Burnley at the weekend and will probably replace Matt Taylor at centre-half if he is passed fit.

Midfielder Dale Stephens remains a doubt after missing the last two matches following a training-ground knock, while striker Yann Kermorgant completes a three-match ban.

Teenage winger Callum Harriott made only his second start for the Addicks in midweek and will hope to keep his place after a lively display.

Ben Hamer is challenging David Button in goal after losing his first-team spot over the weekend, while midfielder Andy Hughes could feature having recently recovered from a long-term Achilles injury.


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