Welcome to the Huddersfield Town live blog with all the latest news, views and transfer round-ups for Friday, December 2.
Here we'll bring you all the breaking news from the John Smith's Stadium and around the Championship grounds as Town gear up to face Blackburn this weekend.
We want to hear from you too. If you have any opinion on a matter we discuss in the blog or anything Huddersfield Town related, please tweet us at @ExaminerHTAFC or @rorybenson with your views and they could be featured and discussed.
Catch up on all the latest Town news with Doug Thomson, Mel Booth, Blake Welton and Rory Benson.
That’s all from us today.
We’ll be back again tomorrow with our matchday blog live from Ewood Park.
I’ll leave you with Elias Kachunga talking about scoring goals.
Have a great weekend and enjoy the football.
Not long to go until the next match...
David Wagner on formations
Here’s Dale Tempest’s most recent column.
Take a look at the most recent fan column.
David Wagner on winter
Fancy some football closer to home this weekend?
Chapecoense defender Helio Neto who survived the plane crash on Tuesday has been told he will be able to play football again after successful surgery to his wrist, knee and lung.
His father is quoted by the Daily Mail as saying:
I can inform with much satisfaction and happiness that my son is getting better and better. They’ve just operated on his legs and the doctors have assured that he will be able to return to playing football.
And AS has reported that defender Alan Ruschel will not require a wheelchair for the rest of his life following surgery on his spine.
The website also reported that Chapecoense goalkeeper Jakson Follmann will not need his left leg amputated. Follmann has already lost his right leg due to the injuries suffered in the accident.
Well, we all got last night’s result wrong...
Had no idea this was an actual thing...
Will Town still be in a playoff spot after this weekend?
Elias Kachunga play time
The German forward is well used by David Wagner.
Simon Hooper will take charge of Town’s match tomorrow.
The only other Town match he as officiated this season was the 2-1 home win over QPR.
Owen Coyle quotes
The Blackburn boss has been speaking to the club website ahead of the match tomorrow and he’s had some interesting things to say about Town.
We feel we are in a good place in terms of how we are playing and we’ve got to do that now against a good Huddersfield side, a side that has lead the league this season and are still about the play-offs.
I think Huddersfield, like a lot of teams, have spent a lot of money. They’ve brought some very good players into their team. There are one or two that I know because I’ve worked with them, so we know the quality that they have.
They are a very technical team, they like to pass and move the ball, again I think it is a team that will suit our style of play, so we have got to be ready for that but knowing that they have pace and are quick on the counter-attack and they have good players.
So we’ll be ready for that challenge and looking to be at our best in front of our home fans. It is great to be back at Ewood again and we’ll be looking to capitalise on that.
We’ve got to make sure that we are at our best and that means going and getting another positive result on Saturday otherwise you don’t want all of your good work to have gone to waste. So it is important that we continue on the front foot and make sure that we are picking points up week-in, week-out in this tough Championship.
FA Cup draw
Pay on the day tomorrow!
Town will find out their TV games for February on 3pm, Tuesday.
David Wagner on January transfers
Welcome to today’s Huddersfield Town live blog.
To kick us off, here are some tips for Town’s trip to Blackburn tomorrow.