Peltier set for Terriers return

Huddersfield Town manager Lee Clark is hoping to have defender Lee Peltier back in his squad for the League One clash at Gillingham.

Last Updated: 05/03/10 at 11:27

Peltier: Could return for Town

Peltier: Could return for Town

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Peltier missed the 5-0 defeat at Southampton in midweek after sustaining an ankle injury in last weekend's 2-2 draw with Leeds.

Tom Clarke stepped in for Peltier on Tuesday night, so Clark will have to decide whether to make further changes at Priestfield.

Clark could be tempted to switch things around in other areas after seeing his side crash to their heaviest defeat of the season at the St Mary's Stadium.

Krystian Pearce, who replaced Dean Heffernan at Southampton, Nathan Eccleston and Theo Robinson are all pushing for recalls as the Terriers bid to get their play-off challenge back on track.

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