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The FA has charged Huddersfield and Crystal Palace over ugly scenes at the final whistle of Wednesday's game.

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Huddersfield and Crystal Palace have both been charged for the melee

Huddersfield and Crystal Palace have both been charged for the melee

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Former Palace forward James Vaughan netted the only goal of the game as the Tykes edged a fiery encounter at the John Smith's Stadium - and a post-match scuffle followed.

The Huddersfield website said: "Huddersfield Town can confirm it has been charged by the Football Association following Wednesday night's win over Crystal Palace.

"The Club has been charged on FA Rule E20(a) - failure to ensure that its players/officials conducted themselves in an orderly fashion.

"Visitors Crystal Palace have also been charged with the same offence. Huddersfield Town is considering its response and has until 4pm on 6 February to respond to the charge."

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