TOWN know Championship survival is still in their own hands – but also that they must overcome concerns about the John Smith’s Stadium pitch and bolster a disappointing home record, starting against relegation rivals Peterborough tomorrow.
BACK-TO-BACK defeats in the Easter double-header left Town in the bottom three of the Championship, albeit on goal difference as they share the same points tally as the three teams directly above them.
SOMEHOW you just couldn’t see the likes of Posh Spice doing this, but the wives and girlfriends of Huddersfield Giants players are aiming to go way outside their comfort zones to raise money for charity.
TONIGHT: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Five, 9.40pm) In 1990, Dick Wolf unveiled Law & Order, the drama series which told a fictional version of
real news stories from the point of view of cops and lawyers.
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