Clarke unlikely to tinker with Terriers

Huddersfield manager Lee Clark is likely to keep faith with Saturday's line-up against Swindon for Tuesday night's League One trip to Carlisle.

Last Updated: 15/02/10 at 15:59

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Clark made four changes for the clash against the Robins with Jordan Rhodes, Lee Novak, Gary Roberts and Dean Heffernan replacing Robbie Williams, Daniel Drinkwater, Robbie Simpson and Nathan Eccleston.

The quartet should be named in the starting XI once again with Heffernan showing no ill-effects from a groin problem that saw him miss the midweek clash against Brighton.

Clark will also be able to call upon youngsters James Spencer and Spencer Harris after the pair completed loans spells at Northwich and Curzon Ashton respectively.

Town will come up against the Cumbrians for the second time in just 10 days following the postponement of the original clash on Boxing Day. In the reverse fixture the points were shared in a 1-1 draw at the Galpharm Stadium on February 6.

The Terriers are just four points adrift of the League One play-off places and will be desperate for victory at Brunton Park.

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