LEE CLARK has insisted on a 'zero tolerence' policy from his Huddersfield Town defence at Stockport County tomorrow - due to the state of the Edgeley Park pitch.
The surface is said to be "not the best" and there's a Guinness Premiership rugby union match between Sale and Newcastle tonight.
Clark explained: "Certain aspects of our game will have to change because of the pitch.
"Our philosophy won't change, that's for sure, but it's a matter of adapting to the conditions - and we did it well over there last season.
"The surface isn't ideal for the way we want to try and play football, and we certainly don't want to be taking any chances in our own defensive area.
"At the other end, we might get a few opportunities for ourselves in an attacking sense because of the talent we've got, and hopefully we can take advantage of those. But at the back, we won't be taking any chances."