Carlos Corberan’s side are back to the league in South Wales as they kick off a very crowded run of seven league games over the next three weeks
Huddersfield Town will look to bounce back immediately after the disappointment of transfer deadline day as they face undefeated Swansea City at Liberty Stadium
The Terriers have had a poor start to the season but have picked up points in their last two games, beating Nottingham Forest 1-0 and winning a 1-1 draw against Rotherham United
Corberan should also be boosted by the returns of several key players for this game, with Christopher Schindler, Lewis O’Brien and Alex Pritchard all pushing for a spot in the squad at least after overcoming various injury setbacks
But they will need to stop missing out on the signing of Newcastle United winger Rolando Aarons on Friday’s transfer deadline day after the deal is not quite done in time to be approved by the EFL
Swansea will by no means be easy opponents Steve Cooper’s side made it to the playoffs last season and are set to fight for promotion again this time around, winning three and shooting one of their four league games so far this season
Town was also disappointed on that same pitch earlier this year as they fought 1-0 in February to come back immediately behind and end up losing the game 3-1
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Swansea wins a free kick just outside the box – and Palmer doesn’t put it far at all
Corberan delayed this substitution in light of goal, but O’Brien is now preparing to come back
Not less than Town or Koroma deserve it – they’ve absolutely been there since then
He finally gets his first Terriers goal, finding the bottom corner of the edge of the box!
Corberan just signaled O’Brien to prepare to come for his first appearance this season
A bad pass from Koroma aimed at Schindler is intercepted by Lowe He rushes towards Hamer, who saves the first low shot, and Lowe ignites the second effort well over the bar
The defender made a cynical foul to prevent Swansea from entering the Chance box to cross for Swanseam but Ayew can’t quite get a firm connection on the delivery and luck is gone!
Moments later the ball fell to Eiting near the goal and he put it very close!
It’s not far from Mbenza at all as he throws a half volley on a loose ball after a good pressing from Pipa Decent effort
Swansea dominated the opening stages, but Town’s goal gave the visitors confidence until the hard-awarded penalty
It’s been a bit disjointed and spirited since, with neither side particularly taking control of the match
Bidwell and Mbenza are both listed in the book for colliding with the ball as Pipa prepares to throw
Mbenza is looking to get a ball over and Swansea has to cut it Eiting delivers – let’s go, but back to Eiting He crosses again and the ball hits Koroma at the far post, but his header is in the keeper
Swansea throws him forward and Hamer comes out about 20 yards from his box to clear him He doesn’t quite run to throw it and the Swansea player who picks him up tries to catch him, but his shot is not framed
Bacuna is on a reservation, remember, but his mood flares slightly as he confronts Smith.That’s all it is, but Bacuna will have to watch himself with Swansea clearly trying to turn him up
City have to defend the second ball but once again Sarr is there to put his man under pressure and force a goal kick
It was a 50/50 ball and the referee thought long and hard The general consensus in the press box is that it was hard
Bacuna holds his head after an air collision and needs some medical attention
Town conceded right after scoring here in February and it almost happened against Viktor Gyokeres who tested Hamer!
Bacuna takes the short corner from Eiting, recovers it and goes into the box He shoots a shot towards the goal and Toffolo’s rear wheel deflects him into the net!
Koroma’s good work to the left forces a tackle before he can pull it off the Bacuna signing to take
Another chance for Matt Grimes to cross as a shot is loaded into the city’s surface
Sarr walks away and he comes out for a throw almost all the way to the halfway line
Juninho Bacuna literally grabs a Swansea player around the shoulders to stop a counterattack before the halfway line No protest because he goes in the book for that
Swansea’s best chance so far as Lowe slips behind Stearman to take on Hamer – but the keeper grows tall and puts his forearm on the shot, and he falls right off the post
Hosts get a corner from this corner The second delivery is stopped by the referee’s whistle so he can have a word with Stearman in the box for pushing
A pressurized Naby Sarr backpass puts Hamer under pressure and his kick deflects him for a corner
City appear to be a 3-5-2 with Koroma and Mbenza playing as two before Bacuna is in central midfield alongside Eiting with Hogg a little deeper
Swansea kept Town in their own half, unaided by Bacuna who unnecessarily gave Town a throw-in for a Swansea ball
Marc Guehi gets a shot through a crowd of players Hamer has to parry, and Town is fortunate that there is no one there to hide the rebound
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