Town v Bury
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN recorded only their second win in seven league games when they beat Bury 2-1 at Leeds Road.
After falling behind from a penalty in the 64th minute, Town levelled within 50 seconds before grabbing the game’s winner less than 10 minutes later.
Following Town’s poor form, manager Eddie Boot made several changes.
Wood and Coddington were brought back into the side while Wilson returned, Bettany came in at right-half and Massie was switched to inside-left.
The crowed of 9,421 were subjected to a dull first-half, however, the few chances that were created fell for the home side.
Town, playing towards the Bradley Mills end, had two shooting chances in as many minutes, although neither attempt was struck with the purpose needed to beat Harker in the Bury goal, but in the 12th minute the home side should have snatched the lead.
Massie put O’Grady through and the winger raced away from the Bury defence, however, when the Town man tried lifting the ball over the on-rushing Harker, the Bury keeper plucked the ball from the air and another chance went begging.
A disjointed first half performance continued into the second period.