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That's all for now folks - but look out tomorrow

That’s it - wrapped up from the John Smith’s Stadium after the defeat to Burnley.

But look out on the Examiner site tomorrow for our Gallery of Fans pictures - can you spot yourself in the crowd? - and for our picture round-up from the game.

Apologies again for our first-half technical issues, watch out for a full Live Blog when Town take on Leeds United next Saturday

Praise for Joey Barton

David Wagner defends his team selection

David Wagner speaks out after Burnley defeat - read here

Fans still find time to smile!

Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town (1) v Burnley (3) - Town fans.
Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town (1) v Burnley (3) - Town fans.

First quotes from David Wagner

Third goal really cost us

Kieran O'Regan says Town need to toughen up

Former midfielder questions: “Are we nasty enough?

“We didn’t make it a nitty-gritty game. We weren’t niggly.

“I don’t mean kicking lumps out of people - just make it a big of a niggle. Joey Barton strolled around today.”

David Wagner keeps the Press waiting

Our Dougie is waiting to speak to the Town head coach

Reasons to be cheerful?

Read Dougie's verdict

Read Dougie’s verdict here:

Fans criticise referee Scott Duncan

18th and six points above drop zone

Disappointing result, and Town will be frustrated they didn’t play better - especially in the first half!

Stephen Ward put the visitors ahead on 14 and they were cruising when Sam Vokes pounced on the half hour.

Joe Lolley gave Town hope with a cracker of a goal just before the break, but before the whistle had sounded for half time Burnley were again two ahead thanks to Ben Mee.

No goals in the second half, but plenty of effort and more solid from Town

David Wagner’s side remain 18th, now six points above the drop zone.

Why boo?

Full time: Town 1 Burnley 3

It’s over, and leaders Burnley have their 21st win of the Championship season.

Disappointing first-half showing leaves Town with too much to do - second best on the day

Wrong attitude?

Adding it up

90. We are into added time and Town look like paying for a poor first-half showing in which they twice gave Burnley a two-goal cushion.

It’s been better in the second half, but Town need to defend better - simple as that

James Husband gets his chance

Town make their final change as James Husband is sent on for Jason Davidson

84. Burnley make another change as Rouwen Hennings replaces leading scorer Andre Gray

Sticking at it

83. Town are working hard

Town's stat attack

With 15 minutes left, Town have had 58% of possession and Burnley 42%, but it’s 3-1 to the visitors.

Town have had 12 shots to Burnley’s 10 but only one has been on target, while Burnley have four on target - three of them successful

Scott Arfield gets excellent reception

74. Former Town midfielder Scott Arfield is taken off by Burnley. Michael Kightly takes over

Rajiv van La Parra looking on - listen to him here

Town’s new signing Rajiv van La Parra from Wolves is watching his PPG Canalside teammates take on the leaders

Town battling to break down Clarets

Good work by Hudson

64. Town skipper Mark Hudson does well to block former Town promotion winner Scott Arfield

Encouragement for Town

Davidson goes close

58 minutes gone. Town go close through Jason Davidson who hits the woodwork after chesting down a pass from Jamie Paterson. Paterson has made a difference since going on

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Ben Mee scoring Burnley's third goal
Ben Mee scoring Burnley's third goal

Another one to miss Town fans as Ben Mee scores from another set piece

Double substitution by Town

David Wagner replaces Karim Matmour and Sean Scannell with Harry Bunn and Jamie Paterson as Town try to get back in the game

Will Davis Wagner make a change soon

Little to encourage Town in the early stages of the second half - so will David Wagner make a change to his starting line-up?

Town fans close your eyes!

Stephen Ward celebrates scoring Burnley's first goal
Stephen Ward celebrates scoring Burnley's first goal

Painful for Town fans, but Stephen Ward celebrates Burnley’s first goal