Terriers squad in good nick

Huddersfield have a virtually full-strength squad for Tuesday's first-round Carling Cup tie at Carlisle.

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Town got their season off to a flying start with victory at Notts County on Saturday and manager Lee Clark, who has no players suspended, is not expected to make too many changes.

Striker Lee Novak returned to the substitutes' bench following a pre-season injury, leaving Nathan Clarke and brother Tom as the only injured first-team squad members.

On-loan pair Lee Croft and Graham Carey, Theo Robinson and Antony Kay were all unused substitutes at Meadow Lane and could feature against Carlisle, while another recent arrival, Damien Johnson, was a second-half replacement and will be hoping to play a bigger part.

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