Huddersfield Town striker Jordy Hiwula and Walsall have it all to do if they are to keep their League I play-off campaign alive.

They host Barnsley in the second leg of their semi-final on Thursday trailing 3-0.

Former Manchester City player Hiwula came off the bench in the 71st minute at Oakwell.

Walsall, who have ex-Town defender Jon Whitney in caretaker charge, were already three down.

Jordy Hiwula in action for Huddersfield Town against Notts County

Head coach David Wagner has said Town will listen to offers for Hiwula.

They paid Manchester City £150,000 for the 21-year-old last summer, handing him a contract to 2018 with a further year’s option in the club’s favour.

But he has so far made only one first-team appearance, as a substitute in the Capital One Cup first-round home defeat by Notts County.

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That was back in August, and he has also been loaned to Wigan Athletic, where he netted six times in 16 games.

At Walsall, to whom he had a spell on loan while with Manchester City, he has scored three in 14.

While Barnsley are firm favourites to make the Wembley final on May 29, Bradford City have their work cut out to get there.

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They surrendered a lead to lose 3-1 at Millwall in their semi-final first leg.

Former Town defender Nathan Clarke was in the Bantams line-up.

The second leg is in South London on Friday.