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Forest first up for Terriers

Huddersfield Town face a trip to the City Ground to face Nottingham Forest to open their Football League Championship season.

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Huddersfield open against Notts Forest then host Leeds on October 26

Huddersfield open against Notts Forest then host Leeds on October 26

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The Terriers will visit Forest on 3 August before hosting QPR and Bournemouth, and visiting Millwall and Barnsley during a busy opening month.

Leeds will travel to the John Smith's Stadium on October 26 in an important all-Yorkshire tie, while Sheffield Wednesday play host on November 23.

Derby will then visit Huddersfield on Boxing Day with newly-promoted Yeovil the visitors just three days later. A trip to Burnley concludes the Christmas period on New Year's Day.

Elland Road will then provide the stage in what is sure to be a fiery return derby on 1 February, as Sheffield Wednesday take a trip to Huddersfield in the same month.

On 21 April, Yeovil will host Huddersfield, with Leicester visiting Mark Robins' men five days later.

The final day of the season sees Vicarage Road as the venue as a clash against Watford concludes the season on 3 May.

Click here to see Huddersfield's full fixture list for the 2013/14 Championship season

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