HUDDERSFIELD Town boss Simon Grayson is ready for a tough test from Brighton as sixth-placed Town target a third win in four Championship matches at the John Smith's Stadium tomorrow.  

The eighth-placed South coast side have taken just one point from their last four visits to Huddersfield, but according to Town boss Grayson, pose a big threat.  

“Gus Poyet likes his players to get the ball on the deck, build up from the back and keep possession, and the statistics show they average around 400 passes per game," he said.  

“The full-backs go high and wide, the centre-backs are comfortable in possession and (midfielder) Liam Bridcutt loves to get on the ball and initiate attacks.  

“We have to impose ourselves on the game, but we also have to be aware of how they like to play, and we may have to be patient at times.”

Grayson will hand on-loan Reading frontman Simon Church a home debut and is hoping Jermaine Beckford beats a tight hamstring to take part in the match.