Huddersfield Town will train at PPG Canalside this morning before hitting the M62 ahead of their Championship game at Preston North End.

David Wagner’s squad also had a Tuesday-evening session to prepare for the 7.45 kick-off at Deepdale.

The trans-Pennine trip follows a Sunday lunchtime start against Sheffield Wednesday, who won 1-0 at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Watch and listen as David Wagner talks about the Preston game:

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“It’s not been much different to playing on a Saturday, then a Tuesday,” said Wagner, who has wideman Sean Scannell back after a hip injury.

“The things we would normally do on a Sunday, we did on Monday, then yesterday we had our evening session which is usually on a Monday.

“The day we play on is irrelevant, we simply have to make sure we are as well prepared as we possibly can be.”

Preston drew 2-2 at Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday and are unbeaten in five in all competitions.

Simon Grayson’s side have won their last three home games without conceding a goal.

Town last won at Deepdale in 1969/70, the season they last won promotion from the second tier.