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Huddersfield Town travel to Bolton Wanderers this weekend to face the Trotters in the third round of the FA Cup.

The cup competition gives Town a welcome break from Premier League action, with a number of David Wagner's men playing every match over the busty festive period.

The boss will likely rest key men such as Aaron Mooy, Christopher Schindler and Mathias 'Zanka' Jorgensen, with Jonas Lossl also expected to be rested at the Macron Stadium.

Michael Hefele could well step in to one of the centre back spots, while AS Monaco loanee Terence Kongolo could be handed a Town debut in the heart of the defence.

Those questions will likely be put to Wagner in today's pre-match press conference, and you can follow all the head coach's responses live right here.

End of press conference

Wagner not a fan of VAR technology

Wagner on the John Smith's stadium vibe

Wagner says nobody will leave unless he is happy for them to go

Wagner on Kongolo

This is brilliant

Bolton will be physical and direct

Wagner says there could be one or two signings - but it is all about quality

Injury updates

Phil Billing back in training.

Michael Hefele back.

Lowe out for another 10 days and a doubt for West Ham

Joel Coleman will start

Only player on the team-sheet so far is Joel Coleman

Hectic schedule

Need to be playing their best

Let's get real - we can win the FA Cup

Wagner's love for FA Cup

Wagner on Pritchard

Wagner on Kasey Palmer

Great news on Stankovic

Important signing

Kongolo to play

David Wagner starts by confirming new loan signing will be involved at Bolton

Over to David Wagner

That is all from Hefele and we will now hear from David Wagner

Hefele thanks everyone for the support

Prepared to win ugly

Why Town are so special

Difficult watching from the stands

Hefele on Kongolo

He is full of praise for his left foot!

Hoping to return to Wembley

Prepared the same as they do for every game

Hefele says the team want to win every game and are fully prepared for Bolton

Fully fit

He has told the press he is fully fit and this is a good opportunity for those who have not had many minutes on the pitch.

Michael Hefele is speaking first

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Joel Coleman

Goalkeeper Joel Coleman will be joining David Wagner as he looks to make his first start since the Carabao Cup defeat at Crystal Palace