Izzy Brown's first-half strike was enough to seal all three points for Huddersfield Town and guarantee their place in the end-of-season SkyBet Championship Play-Offs.

The on-loan Chelsea forward, making his first start since suffering a knee injury against Bristol City last month, struck from 20 yards out to claim the victory against a largely insipid Wolverhampton Wanderers side.

Town's 25th win of the season, the 22nd with a single-goal margin moves David Wagner's men eight points clear of seventh-place Leeds United with just two games remaining.

Have a look below at the Huddersfield Examiner's key talking points from today's game at the John Smith's Stadium.

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Key Moment

Dave Edward’s effort hitting the post for Wolves early in the second-half, had that gone in Town’s victory may not have been as routine.

Moan of the Match

David Wagner’s men rarely over-stretched themselves against a poor Wolves side but as normal couldn't put the game to bed with a killer second goal.

Talking Point

How much more balanced and effective Huddersfield Town looked with Izzy Brown and Sean Scannell in the side - time to wrap them up in cotton wool until the Play-Offs?

Man of the Match

Izzy Brown - The game needed a spark and the on-loan Chelsea man provided it, a constant thorn in Wolves’ side.

Tweet of the Match

Referee Watch

Tim Robinson (West Sussex) - a solid performance, letting the game flow without any major incidents or drama


A rather low-key showing but some good humoured banter between both sets of fans regarding Rajiv van La Parra.


Town reach the Play-Offs in a largely uninspiring encounter that won’t live long in the memory - but who really cares?