Same again for Terriers chief

Huddersfield manager Lee Clark will pick his starting line-up from an unchanged squad for the League One clash at Walsall on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 28/09/09 at 16:50

Robinson (left): Set to keep his place

Robinson (left): Set to keep his place

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The Terriers boss, whose side will be chasing their first league win in four matches, has no new injury or suspension problems and is not expected to make any changes at the Banks's Stadium.

Midfielder Antony Kay and joint leading goalscorer Theo Robinson returned to the side on Saturday following illness and an ankle injury respectively and are expected to retain their places, while winger Lionel Ainsworth and striker Lee Novak, both second-half substitutes in Saturday's goalless draw with Stockport, are pushing for recalls.

Tom Clarke and Chris Lucketti (both knee) are the only members of Clarke's first-team squad currently sidelined with injury.

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