please log in to view this image v please log in to view this image JOHN SMITH'S STADIUM please log in to view this image LAST SEASON HUDDERSFIELD TOWN 0 PRESTON NORTH END 0 please log in to view this image LAST TIME OUT HUDDERSFIELD TOWN 1 DERBY COUNTY 0 please log in to view this image QUEENS PARK RANGERS 0 PRESTON NORTH END 2 please log in to view this image form guide MAX 25 HUDDERSFIELD 13 PNE 12 First ever meeting on Yorkshire sod was on 12/10/1912 it ended all square 1-1, reults went the home sides way until 19/1/1935 when North End won 4-3. The last time won I was there a 2-1 at Leeds Road on 1/2/1992, as we trudged back to the car park the outline of the new stadium was taking shape, but was funny was the council estate all had garden sheds in the tiny gardens that they had. Newbies at Town Pipa from Espanyol only one signed for a fee, also got Dnny Ward on a free. MANAGER Carlos Corberán Vallet (born 7 April 1983) is a Spanish football coach and former youth player. He currently serves as the head coach of Championship club Huddersfield Town. Previously the head coach of Doxa and Ermis in the Cypriot First Division, Corberán made his coaching breakthrough with Leeds United, where he has held roles as first team assistant coach and was the manager of their under-23s side. FAMOUS HUDDERSFIELD PEOPLE Sir Jack Hibbert KCB (14 February 1932 – 23 August 2005) was a British statistician and director of the Central Statistical Office (CSO) of the United Kingdom, 1985–1992. He was knighted in the 1990 New Year Honours. Given the closed doors scenario Sir Jack cannot attend however he is one with nature and could not attend anyway MACS VIEW Town improving under Corberan, he is starting to impose his style of play as learned under Bielsa at Leeds give it time a blue bucket will soon be provided, Should be an interesting clash given our sexy away form perhaps it is as well we are not at home. Last season's draw was an odd game we dominated the first half before both sides settled for a tame 0-0 in the second half. Think changes will be made given the schedule.