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Update on Undr 18s

Elvis Manu in training with Town
Elvis Manu in training with Town

New signing settling in

Man on a mission

Burnley manager Sean Dyche is hoping to extend his side's unbeaten run to 14 matches
Burnley manager Sean Dyche is hoping to extend his side's unbeaten run to 14 matches

Burnley boss Sean Dyche is hoping to extend his side’s unbeaten Championship run to 14 matches

Town boss David Wagner fully focused

David Wagner is ready for the action
David Wagner is ready for the action

Town boss David Wagner is ready to go after preparing his team

Great substitution by David Wagner

Town send on Joe Lolley

Harry Bunn replaced by Joe Lolley

Time to make a change

Joel Lynch dismissal

Joel Lynch sent off for Town following scything challenge on Burnley striker Sam Vokes

Harold Wilson Prime Minister drinks a pint of beer 1974
Harold Wilson Prime Minister drinks a pint of beer 1974

Read our Dougie’s verdict here and we’ll now say goodbye and see you in The Grove for a celebration pint

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Goal!

Nahki Wells puts Town ahead from brilliant cross by Harry Bunn

Welcome to Huddersfield Town v Burnley

Hello everyone and welcome to today’s big match at the John Smith’s Stadium.

The leaders are in town - Burnley taking on David Wagner’s men

And here we will bring you all the latest action, analysis and comment

Match report

Read our Dougie’s verdict here http://www.examiner.co.uk/sport/football/match-reports/huddersfield-3-town-reading-1-11011729 and we’ll now say goodbye and see you in The Grove for a celebration pint!

Happy with Bojaj

Praise for Nakhi

Patience pays off

He's happy!

More from the boss

Wagner's thoughts

Table

OK, after a great night Town remain in 18th place and are seven points off the relegation zone and just four points off Wolves in 12 place. A top half finish would be nice!

Good home win

After a cagey first-half, goals after the break from Wells, Paterson and Bojaj did the business and got Town back to winning ways. Forget about their late long-range effort, that can’t spoil tonight’s party. Anyone for The Sportsman?

More on late Reading goal

Full-time TOWN 3 READING 1

And that’s it. Barring a last ditch goal for Reading, a great performance by Town in the second-half, repaying Wagner’s faith in the XI who started the match. Well done boys!

Goal for Reading

Great performance

3-0 up with a couple of minutes to play. Brilliant second-half display at avenge the 5-2 defeat in January.

Town sub and 3 mins added