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Huddersfield Town are preparing for their first home match since the opening-day debacle of a 4-0 defeat to Bournemouth, with Charlton Athletic the visitors to the John Smith's Stadium.

Mark Lillis and his side were boosted by a morale-boosting victory at Reading in midweek to secure their first Championship points of the season at the home of a side much-fancied to finish in the upper echelons of the division.

Before the season, a home game against Bob Peeters' Charlton side would have looked the most eminently winnable of the opening few fixtures, but the Addicks have started well after amassing seven points from their opening three games.

Our Town reporter Doug Thomson will be at the John Smith's Stadium this weekend to take in proceedings - and he says the Terriers can approach the latest meeting with Charlton - the eighth in less than two years - with renewed confidence after the win against the Royals.

Watch the video above to see Doug discuss how the two clubs' familiarity with one another could impact on the game, as well as a potential change in formation and the Addicks' bright start to the campaign.