Huddersfield Town will be without some key personnel this afternoon when they take on Watford in the Championship.
Carlos Corberan’s side are looking for a fourth Championship win on the spin at the John Smith’s Stadium, but are being forced to juggle with a number of high-profile absentees.
Things aren’t getting any easier for the Terriers and that is evident in the following list that looks at the bulk of Corberan’s issues…
Hamer continues to be unavailable to Huddersfield, although his groin injury is not serious.
Nevertheless, Corberan will be without his first choice goalkeeper for Watford’s visit.
The safe money would be on Ryan Schofield retaining a spot in goal until Hamer returns next week.
Not fresh news, but bad news all the same.
Huddersfield will continue without Koroma this weekend when Watford visit.
He had struck six goals for Huddersfield, but an injury to his hamstring has required an operation and he’s facing a minimum of three months on the sidelines.
Another hamstring injury.
Stearman will be out for a similar amount of time to Koroma with his own hamstring problem.
A knee injury is keeping Schindler sidelined at the moment.
The club captain fell awkwardly in the win over QPR and is facing months, rather than weeks, on the sidelines.
Rarmani Edmonds-Green is deputising at centre-back to partner Naby Sarr.
Although no update this week from Corberan on Ward, he is expected to be out for two weeks with a hamstring injury.
A long-term absentee is Tommy Elphick.
There’s no indication of when he will be available again.