Huddersfield Town are back in Championship action tomorrow evening when they travel to the Midlands to take on Birmingham City.
Carlos Corberan saw his side hit a bump in the road on Saturday, surrendering a goal lead at home to Preston North End, who won 2-1 thanks to goals from Alan Browne early in the second-half.
The Championship being the Championship means that it’s a quick turnaround for Huddersfield this week and they are heading to Birmingham.
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Ahead of the game, Corberan has sat down with the press, where he’s brought the latest team news…
Sarr is, of course, suspended after his red card in Saturday’s defeat to Preston North End.
Richard Stearman and Christopher Schindler were alongside him in a three-man defence against North End, but they may be forced to play as a two-man axis in a flat four in the absence of Sarr.
Ward remains sidelined, with Corberan confirming that the striker is working towards getting himself fit the other side of November’s international break.
Fraizer Campbell remains the club’s only fit, recognised striker.
Like Ward, Edmonds-Green will be missing until after the November international break.
Elphick remains a long-term absentee for Huddersfield due to a knee injury.
He’s still unavailable at this stage.
Vallejo is still not available due to isolation regulations following his signing.