Welcome to the Huddersfield Town live blog with all the latest news, views and transfer round-ups for Thursday, December 1.
Here we'll bring you all the breaking news from the John Smith's Stadium and around the Championship grounds as Town slip to sixth in the league following a disappointing defeat to Wigan on Monday night.
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Catch up on all the latest Town news with Doug Thomson, Mel Booth, Blake Welton and Rory Benson.
That’s all from us today.
Ill leave you with David Wagner talking about the busy festive period.
Have a great evening.
Here’s what the Blackburn boss said about Rovers’ injury list ahead of Town’s visit this weekend:
There are four who have only joined in training today because of the bangs that they had at the weekend.
But we are hopeful that we will have that squad available that we had last week minus Ben Marshall.
Gordon Greer and Danny Guthrie have both managed to train with the group today, so hopefully they’ll be available for the squad as well.
Wagner on January transfers
Here’s the boss on the upcoming transfer window.
Hit or miss
Here’s what our summer signing hit or miss gadget looks like at the minute...
David Wagner on Martin Cranie
The John Smith's Stadium
Pay on the day to be decided tomorrow.
North Stand Loyal food drive
Good stuff from the Town fan group.
Town’s top goal scorer is in front of the media currently.
We’ll bring you all he has to say later today.
That's all from the boss
That’s Herr Wagner done.
We’ll have the videos from the press conference up shortly.
Don't question the style
Ups and downs
Payne and Cranie in
Doug Thomson and Blake Welton are headed to the press conference now.
David Wagner and a - as yet unconfirmed - player will take centre stage and answer their questions from 1.30pm.
FIFA World XI
The ‘shortlist’ has been released.
Who gets your vote for these?
Here’s the EFL Cup semi-final draw...
...and Town will find out their FA Cup fate on Monday.