Huddersfield v Dover preview

Team news for Saturday's FA Cup third round clash between Huddersfield and Dover at the Galpharm Stadium.

Last Updated: 07/01/11 at 11:13

Clarke: No new injury or suspension concerns

Clarke: No new injury or suspension concerns

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Huddersfield manager Lee Clark is expected to name an unchanged starting line-up for his side's FA Cup clash with Dover.

Clark has no new injury or suspension problems after seeing the Terriers bounce back to winning ways on Monday with a 1-0 home success over promotion rivals Sheffield Wednesday.

The Town manager recalled wingers Anthony Pilkington and Gary Roberts, striker Jordan Rhodes and defender Graham Carey for the Owls clash and was rewarded as his side turned in a much-improved display, so all four are expected to retain their places.

Defender Gary Naysmith (foot) and midfielders Theo Robinson and Damien Johnson (both knee) and Leigh Franks (hamstring), who has returned from his loan spell at Oxford, remain long-term absentees.

Last season Huddersfield beat Dagenham & Redbridge and Port Vale on their way to a third-round defeat at home to West Brom.

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