Terriers edge past 10-man Robins

Michael Collins' sixth goal of the season helped Huddersfield extend their unbeaten league run to five matches with a 2-1 win over Swindon.

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Collins latched on to Keigan Parker's pass before firing a rasping shot beyond Swindon's Peter Brezovan six minutes after the interval.

Andy Butler sealed victory for the Terriers on the hour mark when he was unmarked to nod home Danny Cadamarteri's centre.

Swindon were reduced to 10 men five minutes later as Patrick Kanyuka was given his marching orders for pulling back Huddersfield's Jim Goodwin.

Town's top scorer Simon Cox, who had earlier hit the post with a header, grabbed a 90th minute consolation for Danny Wilson's side with a stunning volley which took a deflection on the way into the top corner.

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