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After last weekend's FA Cup win over Bolton Wanderers, it's back to Premier League action and a clash with West Ham United at the John Smith's Stadium this afternoon.

And Head Coach David Wagner will be looking for a better performance than the one shown when the two sides met at the London Stadium back in September.

The Terriers fell to a limp defeat in the capital and the German boss will be hoping for a win today which keeps the side ahead of the relegation pack.

Town could hand league debuts to both Terence Kongolo and Alex Pritchard but Chris Lowe, Martin Cranie and Collin Quaner are all out.

For the visitors, Marko Arnautovic and James Collins are both back in contention after injury but Winston Reid is a doubt (groin) and Aaron Cresswell remains sidelined by a back problem.

Bringing you all the coverage from the Premier League clash at the John Smith's Stadium is Blake Welton with expert analysis from Rory Benson.

Stick With Us...

Don’t go anywhere though as we will have all the post match reaction and news coming right up - starting with David Wagner’s thoughts in our LIVE Blog from the post-match press conference...

FT: Huddersfield Town 1 West Ham United 4

Well the referee finally blows the whistle and puts Huddersfield Town out of their misery on a day in which they were masters of their own downfall.

Goals from Noble, Lanzini (2) and Arnautovic condemned David Wagner’s side to their fourth home league defeat of the season with Joe Lolley providing the only scant consolation.

Fan Reaction...

Added Time

The fourth official has indicated there will be an additional two minutes at the end of this game. Just. End. It. Now.

Substitution

85 Minutes: Manuel Lanzini is replaced by Declan Rice as the Hammers are happy to see out the game comfortably as 4-1 victors.

Substitution

82 Minutes: Town are less like a plucky fighting Terrier and more like a limp dog wanting to be put out of it’s misery now - the game has petered out to nothing as West Ham replace Marko Arnautovic with Andre Ayew.

Close...

73 Minutes: Pritchard’s low free-kick is excellently saved by Adrian before Ogbonna recovers well to stop Depoitre from the rebound.

Substitution

70 Minutes: Well Jacob, your prayers are answered as Terrence Kongolo comes on to replace Tommy Smith - looks like Town will go three at the back now.

Scott Malone is a left wing-back and Tom Ince a right wing-back.

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Substitution...

65 Minutes: New signing Alex Pritchard comes on to make his debut, replacing Joe Lolley - at 4-1 down it’s already time to start to repay the huge fee spent on him.

Shouldn’t be a problem (sarcasm).

First Half Action...

Ah! Seems so long ago but here is the action from the opening 45 minutes...

Huddersfield Town 1 West Ham United 4

61 Minutes: How ominous was Brads tweet?!! The Terriers are caught on the break again; Arnautovic eases past the challenge of Schindler before playing the ball to Lanzini who coolly slots home.

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Huddersfield Town 1 West Ham United 3

56 Minutes: Lanzini is played through by Arnautovic and the Argentine midfielder does not miss from a one-on-one with Lossl, drilling the ball home with Tommy Smith playing him onside.

Chance!

53 Minutes: End to end here at the moment - van La Parra collects the ball and fires a cross into the box which narrowly misses Depoitre...

On The Line...

52 Minutes: An Aaron Cresswell corner bounces around the area before being hooked away on the line by Mooy.

Great Defending...

51 Minutes: Great defending from Christopher Schindler as Jonathan Hogg is caught in possession - he blocks Obiang’s pass for the ball to go behind for a corner.

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Huddersfield Town 1 West Ham United 2

46 Minutes: No sooner has everyone got back into their seats the Hammers regain the lead, 11 seconds into the second period!

Kouyate wins a flick on straight from a long ball from the kick-off; Marko Arnautovic flicks it over the head of Smith and expertly beats Lossl!

HT: Huddersfield Town 1 West Ham United 1

The least the home side deserve after dominating for large parts of the game - Joe Lolley’s superb curling effort cancelling out a horror show of an opener conceded to West Ham United’s Mark Noble.

Added Time...

Two minutes to be added at the end of this half - Town are in the ascendancy as well....

Fan Reaction...

Huddersfield Town 1 West Ham United 1

40 Minutes: Lolley received the ball from Aaron Mooy, jinxed past two into the area before perfectly curling the ball past Adrian into the top corner.

As I said, he wasn’t at fault for the opener and the detractors would have pointed the finger nonetheless so this is great for the lad’s confidence!

GET IN THERE!!

JOE LOLLEY HAS EQUALISED FOR HUDDERSFIELD TOWN - GOOD FOR YOU LAD, GOOD FOR YOU! HE DESERVES THAT FOR NEVER GIVING UP OR LETTING HIS HEAD DROP!

Ever the Optimist...

Always time for something different Pete! Keep the faith!

Yellow Card...

32 Minutes: Tommy Smith is booked for a foul on Manuel Lanzini just outside the area after a quick break; a sign of frustration from the captain which is echoed by the home faithful...

Reaction...

30 Minutes: Town are undeterred by the set as they look for Depoitre with a ball over the top but West Ham’s defence are equal to it.

Minutes later, Tom Ince collects the Belgian’s knock down and drives at the defence before his cross is inches away from Depoitre reconnecting with it.

Fan Reaction...

Huddersfield Town 0 West Ham United 1

24 Minutes: Shocking defending from Town as Jonas Lossl plays a crazy short-ball to Joe Lolley who is quickly dispossessed by West Ham captain Mark Noble who fires it past the Town keeper.

The phrase ‘shooting yourself in the foot’ comes to mind and Lolley could do nothing with that ball...

First Sniff...

18 Minutes: The visitors’ first real sight of goal as Cheikhou Kouyate gets in behind the Town defence but he can’t keep his cross in play. Town still on top but still scoreless.