Welcome to the Huddersfield Town live blog with all the latest news, views and transfer round-ups for Wednesday, October 19.
Here we'll bring you all the breaking news from the John Smith's Stadium and around the Championship grounds as Town face Preston at Deepdale tonight.
Town lost their unbeaten home record to Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend but the sharp turnaround means they can get back to winning ways just three days later.
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Catch up on all the latest Town news with Doug Thomson, Mel Booth, Blake Welton and Rory Benson.
Thanks for tuning in today - I’ll now be passing over to Blake Welton on the match day live blog.
He will bring you all the action from Deepdale tonight along with Doug Thomson.
You can keep up to speed on the blog, on our Twitter and on Facebook.
Have a good evening and enjoy the match.
Pay your respects at the match
Great stuff from Borussia Monchengladbach!
VLP on tonight's match
Traffic en route to Preston
Enjoy the match!
Long balls from Preston?
I like this stat.
It’s not just the football team in action tonight!
Those were the days
Were you one of the 4,998 at Field Mill that saw a Martin Smith brace that day?
Happy birthday, David!
We’ll upload your birthday present later on!
Here’s what happened at Deepdale last season.
Manager of the Year
David Wagner has been installed as the tenth favourite to win the LMA MAnager of the Year Award this year.
Look at that away form...
Pick your Town team for tonight with our gadget.
Town in red
Town will be in their third kit tonight.
Time to drop Nahki?
One fan suggesting the Bermudian should be dropped tonight.
What do you think?
Here’s what the boss had to say about his impact at Town yesterday.
And here’s what the scores mean to the table.
Here’s what happened in the Championship last night.
We’re live again today and ready to take you through all the build up to Town’s trip to Preston tonight.
Town’s last visit to Deepdale ended in defeat, but David Wagner’s rejuvenated side will be looking to better that later.
Three points would lift Town to second in the table - behind Newcastle United on goal difference.