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David Wagner faces the media at PPG Canalside this afternoon ahead of Huddersfield Town's crucial clash with Everton on Saturday.

One more win could allow the Terriers to shake off Stoke City in the relegation scrap and take another step towards Premier League survival, while a loss could push Town to within one spot and three points of the drop zone.

Town have picked up points in four of their last seven matches and have lost just once at home in the Premier League since late January.

Everton on the other hand have not lost in three outings and beat Newcastle United last time out, but have won just two league matches away from Goodison Park this season - against the Toon and the Potters.

Blues boss Sam Allardyce spoke to the media this morning , and we'll bring you all the updates from Town head coach David Wagner as he answers questions this afternoon.

Stick with us for all the breaking Town news!

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No nerves

Proving pundits wrong

Wagner said they have a chance in every game and they are also watching other results.

He said they will be keeping an eye on the early kick off but it is their job to prove people wrong

Difficult to plan - but it was last year

Wagner says they are in a similar position to last year when it was difficult to plan for the following season

Don't expect any surprises

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Ready to give it all

The job is not done

Speculation on move dismissed

We can not look at Everton's away form

The fans can help us

'We do need more points'

Wagner admits they need further points although being six points above the drop is a good place to be

Head coach in the hot seat

Media at the ready

The media have gathered to hear what the head coach has to say ahead of tomorrow’s match against Everton. A win would see Town pretty much seal another season in the Premier League