Huddersfield Town fans have voted for Michael Hefele to be handed a first competitive start in the Terriers' next fixture against Shrewsbury.

Hefele has become a crowd favourite in his short time at the John Smith's Stadium and the supporters wanted the German to start last weekend against Brentford, as well as against Shrewsbury on Tuesday.

The fans have voted for the same back four they would have started against the Bees, with Hefele being partnered by Christopher Schindler in the heart of defence and flanked by Tommy Smith and Chris Lowe.

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The only change in the fans' defensive unit comes in goal, with new signing Joel Coleman given the nod ahead of Liverpool loanee Danny Ward.

David Wagner and the fans were on the same wavelength before the Brentford match, with both the boss and the supporters opting for a midfield quintet of Jack Payne, Rajiv Van La Parra, Aaron Mooy, Jonathan Hogg and Joe Lolley.

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It's all change in the fans' XI for the Shrewsbury match however, with only Van La Parra retaining his place in the side.

The other four men are replaced by Ivan Paurevic, Kyle Dempsey, Sean Scannell and last week's goal scorer Kasey Palmer.

Elias Kachunga is replaced up front by the returning Nahki Wells, despite rumours linking the Bermudian to a move away from Town.