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Huddersfield have confirmed pre-season friendlies against Chesterfield, York, Rotherham and Oldham.

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Huddersfield: Friendlies announced

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The Terriers, who secured npower Championship football for another season by securing a point against Barnsley on the final day, will open their summer programme at League Two side Chesterfield on Saturday, July 13 (3pm).

The following Tuesday (July 16) Huddersfield will take on another League Two side, York, at Bootham Crescent (7.45pm) and will make their first appearance at Rotherham's New York Stadium on Saturday, July 20 (3pm).

Town, who have yet to confirm their opposition in two other scheduled summer friendlies, will take on Oldham at Boundary Park in their final warm-up game on Saturday, July 27 (3pm).

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