Welcome to the Huddersfield Town live blog with all the latest news, views and transfer round-ups for Tuesday, December 6.

Here we'll bring you all the breaking news from the John Smith's Stadium and around the Championship grounds as Town took a point away at Blackburn at the weekend.

Yesterday the Terriers were drawn against Port Vale in the FA Cup third round so we'll also have all the reaction to that.

We want to hear from you too. If you have any opinion on a matter we discuss in the blog or anything Huddersfield Town related, please tweet us at @ExaminerHTAFC or @rorybenson with your views and they could be featured and discussed.

Catch up on all the latest Town news with Doug Thomson, Mel Booth, Blake Welton and Rory Benson.

Signing off

That’s all from us today.

Thanks for tuning in and as ever I’ll leave you with today’s Championship transfer rumours.

Have a great evening and enjoy the Champions League action.

Sammy Lee

The England assistant has left his post.

Michael Elfele

Josh Windass

The former Town youngster has been linked to Newcastle and Derby.

Read the full story here:

Record v Port Vale

TV games

Town v Leeds has been moved to a Monday night.

Keep or sell?

What would you do?

U23s goals

Pair of unbelievable strikes here...

FA Cup draw

Here’s who you wanted in the draw.

Port Vale fans

Here’s how Port Vale fans reacted to last night’s draw.

Town fans at Blackburn

Referee appointments

Keith Stroud will take charge of Town’s match against Bristol City this weekend and James Adcock will be in the centre for Town’s trip to Burton Albion.

Stroud is yet to officiate a Town match this year, while Adcock last took charge of Town in their away trip to Cardiff, dishing out four yellow cards to Town men.

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Lee Clark

The former boss is back next week for a book signing.

He will be at the stadium superstore from 4pm, Thursday December 15.

Port Vale

A look back over the history between Town and their FA Cup opponents.

Pedal for Pounds

The eighth instalment of Pedal for Pounds has now sold out.

A brave 120 Town fans will cycle the 260-mile ‘Wagner Way’ from Dortmund to Huddersfield in aid of the Keep It Up campaign.

Each rider has committed to raising a minimum of £750 to the campaign which benefits Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the Huddersfield Town Academy.

The journey will begin from Borussia Dortmund’s Westfalenstadion on May 2 and will eventually finish on Saturday May 6 at Town PPG Canalside training base.

Aaron Mooy

The Town midfielder has been named the Australian PFA’s player of the year.

Good morning

Hello and welcome to today’s live blog.

Here we’ll be bringing you all the latest news and reaction as Town drew Port Vale in the FA Cup last night.

There’s also the small matter of the Bristol City match this weekend, when Town will be hoping to climb back into the playoff spots.

Stick with us throughout the day for your Town fix.