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Carlos Corberan confirms double Huddersfield Town player boost ahead of Blackpool clash

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After a disappointing setback on the road against Stoke City on Saturday, Huddersfield Town are looking to get back to winning ways tomorrow evening with yet another away encounter.

This time they make the trip to the Lancashire coast to face a Blackpool side who are coming off the back of a surprise 1-0 success over Fulham at Bloomfield Road, so it may be a tough ask for the Terriers to come away with three points.

They will be boosted though by the return of two players who didn’t start in the 2-1 loss at the bet365 Stadium over the weekend in Levi Colwill and Danel Sinani.

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Corberan confirmed in his pre-match press conference, via FLW’s Alfie Burns, that unless there are any late, unexpected setbacks then the Chelsea and Norwich loanees will be in his starting line-up.

The Stoke match was the first league encounter that 18-year-old Colwill had missed since his arrival from the Blues as he sat on the substitutes bench, making way for a returning Naby Sarr, whilst Luxembourg international Sinani came on as a substitute in the second half.

Both though are ready to reclaim their places in the starting 11 this week though as Huddersfield look to go on a winning run once again.

The Verdict

This is a boost for Huddersfield with Sinani and Colwill looking like two of their more talented players this season so far.

Obviously attention will always be drawn to Lewis O’Brien and Sorba Thomas has had a lot of eyes on his performances recently but in Colwill and Sinani there are two players who have already made an impact.

Colwill of course netted the winning goal in the 2-1 victory over Sheffield United and being a Chelsea player he’s always going to get considerable attention.

Sinani meanwhile was used as a precaution off the bench due to his activity in the international break with Luxembourg, but he seems fit enough now to come back into the starting line-up and he’s one that could cause some problems for Blackpool’s defence.


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