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The game is over, as the referee blows the whistle.
Jake Carroll restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by David Meyler on Oscar Gobern.
David Meyler takes the free kick.
Murray Wallace gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Mohamed Gedo.
The ball is sent over by Adam Hammill.
Free kick taken by Tommy Smith.
David Meyler challenges Duane Holmes unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Adam Hammill produces a cross.
Abdoulaye Faye takes the free kick.
Oscar Gobern challenges George Boyd unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Free kick taken by Sean Scannell.
Sean Scannell fouled by Nick Proschwitz, the ref awards a free kick.
Shot by Duane Holmes. Steve Harper safely holds on.
(Hull) makes a substitution, with Conor Henderson coming on for Stephen Quinn.
Corner from the right by-line taken by George Boyd.
Steve Harper takes the free kick.
Foul by Cristian Lopez on Alex Bruce, free kick awarded.
Abdoulaye Faye is cautioned.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Abdoulaye Faye on Cristian Lopez.
Mohamed Gedo comes on in place of Matt Fryatt.
Adam Hammill replaces Oliver Norwood.
Oliver Norwood fouled by David Meyler, the ref awards a free kick.
Keith Southern takes a shot. Steve Harper safely holds on.
Stephen Quinn takes the free kick.
Murray Wallace challenges David Meyler unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Nick Proschwitz grabs a goal with a right foot finish. Hull 1-0 Huddersfield.Assist on the goal came from David Meyler.
Free kick taken by Murray Wallace.
George Boyd fouled by Murray Wallace, the ref awards a free kick.
Alex Bruce restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by Oscar Gobern on David Meyler, free kick awarded.
Cristian Lopez joins the action as a substitute, replacing Martin Paterson.
The referee blows for offside against Martin Paterson.
Daniel Carr leaves the field to be replaced by Duane Holmes.
Jake Carroll takes the free kick.
Foul by David Meyler on Keith Southern, free kick awarded.
The second half begins.
Stephen Quinn delivers the ball.
The players leave the pitch at half time.
Yannick Sagbo takes a shot and went wide of the right hand post.
Foul by Oscar Gobern on Alex Bruce, free kick awarded.
Corner taken by George Boyd.
The ball is sent over by Liam Rosenior.
George Boyd takes a shot.
Calum Woods receives a caution.
Calum Woods challenges Joe Dudgeon unfairly and gives away a free kick.
The ball is swung over by Calum Woods.
Alex Smithies takes the free kick.
Joe Dudgeon sends in a cross.
Joe Dudgeon produces a cross.
Calum Woods delivers the ball.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Stephen Quinn.
Matt Fryatt takes a shot and cleared the bar.
Matt Fryatt takes a shot and bounced off the post.
Daniel Carr challenges Joe Dudgeon unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Liam Rosenior takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on David Meyler by Sean Scannell.
Matt Fryatt is caught offside.
Shot by Nick Proschwitz.
Header at goal by Abdoulaye Faye goes right of the post.
Calum Woods challenges Stephen Quinn unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Stephen Quinn concedes a free kick for a foul on Keith Southern.
Shot by Matt Fryatt. Alex Smithies catches the ball.
Matt Fryatt concedes a free kick for a foul on Jake Carroll.
Joe Dudgeon restarts play with the free kick.
Martin Paterson is caught offside.
The ball is swung over by George Boyd.
Yannick Sagbo sends in a cross.
The match has kicked off.
Bruce stands firm on rotation
Hull manager Steve Bruce makes no apologies for using his squad players in the Capital One Cup as he keeps his eyes on remaining in the top flight.
Bruce made a full 11 changes for the second-round success over Leyton Orient - though he did need Robbie Brady to come from the bench to score the winning goal - and is ready to make widespread alterations again when Huddersfield visit the KC Stadium.
Survival in the Barclays Premier League is the overarching aim of the Tigers' season and a third-round clash against the Terriers is not likely to deflect Bruce's focus.
He has ready-made stand-ins in several positions, with Steve Harper on hand to relieve Allan McGregor in goal, Alex Bruce and Abdoulaye Faye trusted to take over at centre-half and out-of-favour strikers Matty Fryatt and Nick Proschwitz available to reprise their forward pairing from the Orient game.
The side are less well stocked on the flanks and in central midfield, though first-teamers Stephen Quinn and David Meyler may appreciate additional game time having spent more time on the bench than the pitch thus far.
Asked after Saturday's impressive 3-2 success at Newcastle if he would make alterations to his winning team, Bruce said: "Yes, many.
"We're not going to be disrespectful to the competition but we made a lot (of changes) last time and we'll certainly do that again."
Tom Huddlestone, a club-record signing from Tottenham in the summer, has been in fine form in recent games and is one of those likely to be handed a rest.
He had rather too many weeks on the sidelines in his last couple of seasons at Spurs but accepts Bruce's selection policy is not going to change for Huddersfield.
"First and foremost, we have got to try to sustain Premier League status for next season, but if you can have a good cup run as well, it bodes well," said Huddlestone.
"The manager has got a fairly deep squad as well - the last round in the cup, he changed 11 players and they got the right result, so he is fully within his rights to do that again, I guess."
Bruce's conviction that his top performers should not be risked will only have increased in the closing moments of the Newcastle match when James Chester suffered a hamstring injury.
He will now join club captain Robert Koren (broken foot) on the sidelines, while Paul McShane and Maynor Figueroa are also short of full fitness.
Huddersfield are expected to be without injured defender Joel Lynch.
Lynch was withdrawn from Saturday's goalless draw at Blackburn after taking a bang on the knee and his replacement Calum Woods could return to the starting line-up.
Winger Danny Ward hopes to shake off an ankle injury sustained last week in training in order to stake his claim, while manager Mark Robins has confirmed he will make several changes with Friday's home league game against Blackpool in mind.
Midfielders Oliver Norwood and Oscar Gobern, plus striker Sean Scannell are among those hoping to feature and Robins, who has no other selection issues, could hand several youngsters a chance to shine.
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