Peltier set to return for Terriers

Defender Lee Peltier is expected to return to Huddersfield Town's starting line-up for the home game against Leyton Orient on Saturday.

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Peltier: Set to return

Peltier: Set to return

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Peltier was forced out of the action late in last weekend's defeat at Charlton after taking a bang on his hip, but has since returned to full training.

Manager Lee Clark is without only two first-team players. Robbie Simpson has missed the last two league matches due to a thigh problem and Tom Clarke is continuing his rehabilitation following a knee injury.

Both Simpson and Clarke are edging closer to a return to action, the latter having been sidelined since late August after undergoing surgery.

Clark's side have won only one of their last seven league matches.

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