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Match Preview: Huddersfield Town (A)

11 December 2023

Match Previews

Match Preview: Huddersfield Town (A)

11 December 2023

North End are on the road once again on Tuesday night as Ryan Lowe’s side make the short journey to West Yorkshire to take on Huddersfield Town.

Match Details

Date: Tuesday 12th December, 7.45pm kick-off
Venue: John Smith's Stadium
Competition: Sky Bet Championship
Kit: Away kit

Supporter Information

Supporters can buy tickets for this fixture online until 2pm on Tuesday, while sales will continue until 3pm in person from the Deepdale ticket office and over the phone on 0344 856 1966.

Fans can collect pre-paid or duplicate tickets on the night from 5.45pm from Window 2 at the ticket office, which is located next to the Core Stand main reception. Please bring ID with you when collecting.

Ahead of kick-off, there will be a lights display and fans who suffer from photosensitive disorders, struggle with strobe lighting or have complications caused by flashing lights are advised to stay within the concourse until the display has finished.

Who’s Available?

After missing the Norwich City match through illness, Calvin Ramsay’s health will need to be assessed ahead of Tuesday.

Milutin Osmajić will also be monitored, with his return from injury expected either at the John Smith's Stadium or for the weekend’s visit of Watford.

Long-term absentee Emil Riis may also be in contention for that game at Deepdale against the Hornets.

Opposition Focus


Huddersfield Town, who occupy 21st position in the Championship – two points above the drop zone – head into Tuesday night unbeaten in their last four.

The vastly-experienced Neil Warnock left the club in September and former Sheffield Wednesday boss Darren Moore took over, tasked with moving the Terriers up the table.

They’ve picked up some positive results in recent weeks, most notably a 2-1 victory over Sunderland at the Stadium of Light, but the manager was left disappointed at the weekend that his side let a lead slip to draw at home to Bristol City.

A Recent Clash

North End ran riot at the John Smith’s Stadium last August in round one of the Carabao Cup.

Follow The Action

Supporters worldwide can watch the match live on iFollow PNE, with match passes available for £10. Click here to subscribe.

Fans can also listen to the match as usual, with Guy Clarke and David Buchanan on commentary duty.

There will also be extensive coverage across all social media platforms and here on the club website.

Match Officials


Referee: John Busby
Assistant Referees:
Richard Wild and Mark Russell
Fourth Official:
Geoff Eltringham

John Busby will take charge of his first PNE match of the season on Tuesday night, having refereed four of North End’s games last term.

The Lilywhites were unbeaten in those matches, with the latest being a 2-1 victory over Reading in April.

Busby has shown 69 yellow cards and one red in the 15 games he’s taken charge of this season.

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