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It seems like it’s been a lifetime since Tommy Smith hit a timeout winner for Huddersfield Town against Rotherham United in February 2017

The Terriers had come from behind to beat the Millers 3-2 at AESSEAL Stadium in New York, en route to the Premier League in a season that also saw Paul Warne’s side relegated to League One

Three and a half years later and the teams are preparing to fight again in the championship

Huddersfield has spent two top-flight seasons since that late night contest in South Yorkshire, while Rotherham has been relegated twice but immediately rebounded with a promotion on both occasions

« Life goes fast, the older you get, the faster it goes, which is even more disappointing The seasons go in a heartbeat, » explained manager Warne how things have changed since the last meeting of the league team

« I moan against my players all the time so that I don’t waste a day in training or a passing drill because before you know it it’s the end of the season again

« Football has a habit of making sure you are as good as your next game

« We had a good start in terms of performance, I would have preferred more points but in terms of performance we were really good Then we start looking at October and November and there are some tough games in there

« Huddersfield went up and then down, but we went down and bounced

« It’s weird how three years ago we were in the same league but took different paths and came back again. It doesn’t surprise me that this has happened because every team at the except the top six in the Premier League, takes paths that go up, down and turn around the corner

« It’s amazing how quickly things can change, for better or for worse, in football That’s for sure »

Warne could give his players some extra rest next week during the international break, although that will depend on the outcome of this afternoon’s game

Huddersfield started life under new manager Carlos Corberan with a win in three league games

They faced Norwich City, Brentford and Nottingham Forest, beating the latter 1-0 last week to register their first win of the season

« There aren’t many more difficult beginnings than this, » said Warne of the Terriers

« They have collected three points and they are working very hard, they want to move forward

« Under a new management team they are really trying to win and I think they are going to have a very good season

Rotherham hasn’t beaten Huddersfield in five competitive encounters, but Warne insisted: « It has absolutely nothing to do with anyone here.

« It’s more about looking at their weaknesses, what they’re good at and how they’re going to play. You have to win a game to enter the international break with seven points »

Rotherham will come out of the tunnel today on Manfred Mann’s song The Mighty Quinn in tribute to former Captain Johnny Quinn

Quinn has made over 100 appearances for the Millers but died last week and a club statement read: « It was agreed throughout the club that to go to The Mighty Quinn in Saturday’s home game with Huddersfield Town is a fantastic way to publicly pay our respects to one of Rotherham United’s best players and we are honored to facilitate that ‘his song’ resonates in Rotherham ahead of kickoff in his memory. p>

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