LEE CLARK says the more he surveys Monday’s win over Chesterfield, the more he thinks Huddersfield Town are back on track.
Jordan Rhodes’ sweetly-taken 34th-minute goal clinched a 1-0 victory, Town’s first in four League I games.
“It was good to have that winning feeling again. The three points were vitally important and got us back on track,” said the manager.
“The statistics backed up that we are back to where we were. We made 442 passes, we were in the high 20s on the crosses and we had 20 goal attempts.
“It was back to the proper Huddersfield Town passing performance unlike the one against Bournemouth, which I always said was a one-off.
“We rectified that in that exciting derby at Sheffield Wednesday (it finished 4-4 at Hillsborough) and took up where we left off against Chesterfield.”
l Tickets for Town’s game at Notts County on Monday will be available from the Galpharm today and until 11.30 tomorrow morning.
They will also be available at Meadow Lane before the game, but will cost £1 more.
l Brighouse Town are offering Town fans not travelling to Notts County a cut-price deal to watch their home Northern Counties East League Premier Division clash against Thackley (3.00).
While admission is normally £5 and £3 concessions, it’s £3 and £1.50 to anyone showing a Town season card or a programme or ticket stub from tonight’s game against Carlisle.
Brighouse boss Paul Quinn and most of his squad are well known in Huddersfield football circles and they are handily placed in eighth having just completed a double over Liversedge.
AFC Emley are in First Division action at Leeds-based Yorkshire Amateur (3.00).