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Huddersfield Town take on AFC Bournemouth this weekend at the Vitality Stadium as the Premier League returns from the international break.

Town entered the break with a win over the struggling West Bromwich Albion, while Bournemouth hauled themselves out of the relegation zone by a point after claiming victory over Newcastle United at St James' Park.

The Cherries have struggled so far this campaign, taking 10 points from 11 matches with three wins and seven losses to their name.

Town on the other hand are enjoying a strong start to their maiden Premier League season, sat in the top half on 15 points from their first 11 matches.

Both will be targeting the weekend fixture to build on their points totals and edge themselves closer to Premier League survival.

Here you can find all the build up to the weekend match, as well as the live match action and post-game reaction.

Key Events

Post-match press conference

Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner and AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe shake hands before kick off
Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner and AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe shake hands before kick off

We’re in place for the post-match press conference.

See what Eddie Howe and David Wagner have to say here.

FULL TIME

Bournemouth 4-0 Town.

Nearly

Wilson could have had four,but it’s cleared by Hadrgjonaj.

Added time

Three minutes to come.

Goal

It’s a hat-trick for Wilson after the ball is played back to him by Joshua King - he rifles the ball home.

Penalty Shout!

80: Despite being down to 10 men, Bournemouth still looking the most likely to score - Callum Wilson is brought down, but referee waves play-on. Looked outside the area anyway.

Break in Play

74: Ake is down receiving some treatment for bournemouth after clearing a corner - still 3-0 to the Cherries.

Bournemouth Block

72: Nathan Ake does well to block Laurent Depoitre’s shot at the near post.

Goal

Harry Arter makes it 3-0 to Bournemouth as Scott Malone tries to walk the ball out from defence!

Substitutions

60: David Wagner is really going for it now - Collin Quaner and Abdelhamid Sabiri are on for Martin Cranie and Elias Kachunga.

Goal kick

56: Van La Parra can’t convert Mooy’s cross and it’s harmlessly out for a goal kick.

Foul

56: Ince is brought down by Pugh on the edge of the box.

Throw

55: Depoitre can’t reach Zanka’s long ball.

Throw to Bournemouth.

Claimed

55: Begovic claims Hadgerjonaj’s cross.

Nearly

54: Malone picks out Mounie with a through ball, but Ake intercepts.

Town throw.

Throw

53: Bournemouth throw on the left.

Over

52: Van La Parra hits a volley over from 25 yards.

Tackle

52: Cranie with a great tackle to stop the Bournemouth counter.

Foul

51: Wilson catches Mooy with an arm.

Free kick to Town 35 yards out.

Town ball

50: Town knocking the ball around well here.

Bournemouth camped in their own area.

Claimed

49: Lossl collects the deep free kick.

Foul

48: Kachunga brings down Francis on the left.

No card.

Nearly

47: Great ball in by Haderjonaj, but it’s taken off Mounie’s head by Cook.

Cleared

46: Ake clears for Bournemouth.

Corner

46: Early corner for Town.

Second half

We’re back under way here with Williams off for Mounie.

Half time analysis

What a strange half of football that was.

Town utterly dominated the first 20 minutes and Bournemouth looked shell-shocked until Callum Wilson put them ahead in the 26th minute.

It was a poor piece of defending from Town at the set piece - something which was echoed on the half hour mark, when Wilson fired his second into the bottom corner as Town stood statuesque from a free kick.

Town will need to sort out their marking if they are to keep the score at two, but with Christopher Schindler missing, the miscommunication could be put down to a lack of gametime between Zanka and stand-in centre half Martin Cranie.

The Terriers were handed a lifeline in the final minute of the half, when Simon Francis was sent off for a second yellow card-deserving tackle on Rajiv Van La Parra.

The home crowd didn’t like it, but it was a very poor challenge by the Cherries’ skipper.

Town will have to repeat their attacking efforts from the first 20 minutes to claw their way back into this game.

It’s set up for a barnstorming second period.

HALF TIME

Bournemouth 2-0 Town - but the Cherries now down to 10.

RED CARD

45+: Francis is shown a red card for a second yellow.

Keeper's

45+: Williams looks to lift a through ball into Kachunga, but it rolls through to Begovic.