Welcome to the Huddersfield Town live blog with all the latest news, views and transfer round-ups for Friday, November 4.
Town host Birmingham this weekend and will be hoping to end a 20-year wait for a home league win over the Blues.
David Wagner will be without Harry Bunn and Joe Lolley - with question marks over Kasey Palmer and Sean Scannell as well - the first real injury concerns to contend with this season.
We'll bring you all the build up to the match as well as the latest from Gary Rowett's press conferrence due to take place this morning.
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Catch up on all the latest Town news with Doug Thomson, Mel Booth, Blake Welton and Rory Benson.
That’ss all from our live blog today, we’ll be back again with our matchday blog.
Join us at 1.30pm tomorrow for all the action.
Have a great weekend.
Here are Blake Welton’s four connections between Huddersfield Town and Birmingham City ahead of tomorrow’s match.
Here are our sports writers debating the weekend’s Championship action.
Stan Ternent anniversary
What a long way!
Paul Lambert set for managerial return
Wolves are set to announce former Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert as their new boss.
That will be a tasty derby.
Here is all the Championship football you have to look forward to this weekend.
Aaron Mooy on his future
The Carabao Cup
From next year, the League Cup will be renamed the Carabao Cup - not quite the same as the Carling Cup if you ask me.
FA Cup first round
Eastleigh are live on BBC Two tonight, facing Swindon Town in the FA Cup first round proper.
Here are the rest of the weekend’s FA Cup fixtures:
Pick your Town team to start at the John Smith’s Stadium tomorrow.
David Wagner on football legacy
Have you got yours sorted yet?
Aaron Mooy on David Wagner
Here’s what the Aussie had to say about the boss at the press conference yesterday.
Leeds match rearranged
With the Brighton game moving, Town will now face Leeds on the Sunday, rather than Saturday.
The Town chairman was up for chief executive of the year at the fcbusiness awards last night.
Town TV match
Town’s home match against Brighton will now be played on Thursday February 2.
Which match would you prefer to see on the box?
We’ll find out if Town are on the box again shortly...
Birmingham team news
Quite a few injuries for the Blues to contend with this weekend.
50/50 Specs, Glees and Robbo all had knocks at the weekend.
We are hoping all three train today.
We have had quite a lot of frustrating injuries that have made it difficult to get continuity. It’s been pulls and strains rather than impact ones.
This time round we will be quite grateful for an international break.
Rowett on BCFC away form
Even though we are really pleased with our record having lost only three of 15, we need to get back to performing a bit better away from home.
Birmingham have won just two matches away from home this season.
Rowett on Town
You are going to get a team that has worked a lot harder this week to change recent form.
They have lost three out of the last four.
We are going to have to play incredibly well to get anything out of the game.
They are having a little blip, hopefully we extend that blip on Saturday.
Rowett on the last match v Aston Villa
You take the positives out of it and challenge those players to show them again in a game which undoubtedly won’t have the same atmosphere.
We have got to show the same desire to win at Huddersfield.
That’s Championship football, it’s not the Olympics where you can turn up win the gold and not compete at that level for the next four years.
We have got to do that every five years.
The Birmingham boss is in the house.
Here’s what the Birmingham City centre-half expects from Town tomorrow.
I don’t know if they are on the slide, they started the season incredibly well which is difficult to maintain.
Every team is going to have little blips and hiccups here and there throughout the season - that’s natural in the Championship.
It could be a good time to play them - but we will see.
The media are in place for the press conference.
Hello everyone and welcome to today’s Huddersfield Town live blog.
Town face Birmingham City tomorrow and will be hoping to get back to winning ways after the 5-0 drubbing at the hands of Fulham last weekend.
Gary Rowett is due to speak to the media this morning so we will bring you everything he says as well as the main lines from David wagner and Aaron Mooy’s press conference yesterday.
Stay tuned for all the latest Town news, views and gossip.