Huddersfield Town: Simon Grayson on balancing experimenting and trying to retain form

HUDDERSFIELD Town manager Simon Grayson is looking to balance the chance to experiment as well as maintain winning form as his side go into their final two League I games of the season.

HUDDERSFIELD Town manager Simon Grayson is looking to balance the chance to experiment as well as maintain winning form as his side go into their final two League I games of the season.

Grayson's side travel to relegation-threatened Walsall tomorrow and then complete the season at home to Yeovil safe in the knowledge that their campaign will bring a play-off semi-final clash with MK Dons.

"Obviously we want to win our last two games going into the play-offs," said Grayson in this morning's Press conference.

"But it does also give us the chance to possibly look at one or two other players, and we have players like Damien Johnson, Tommy Miller and Oscar Gobern coming back from injury.

"But even if we do change the players coming in will be experienced and we will not be throwing in teenagers."

And Grayson is hoping to do his friend John Sheridan, the Chesterfield manager, a favour in the relegation battle by beating Walsall at the Bescott Stadium.

"I have been talking to John and we can help them, but Chesterfield also need to win their game," said Grayson.

"But we want to win the game for ourselves and it will not be easy at Walsall as it is a tight little ground with the crowd close to the pitch and it will be a good atmosphere and has the potential to be a very tough game."

 

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