Trio in frame for Terriers

Huddersfield trio Alex Smithies, Lee Peltier and Anthony Pilkington are all in contention to face Bournemouth at home.

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Goalkeeper Smithies has been released by England Under-21s to play for the Terriers this weekend before possibly joining back up with Stuart Pearce's squad early next week.

Defender Peltier is available again following his one-game ban and winger Pilkington will return to the squad after missing the last two matches due to a twisted ankle.

Liam Ridehalgh made his first senior appearance for the Terriers in last week's home win over Charlton and is expected to continue at left-back as first choice Gary Naysmith is still nursing a toe injury.

Midfielder Scott Arfield and winger Graham Carey are on Under-21s international duty with Scotland and the Republic of Ireland respectively.

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