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Huddersfield, Palace charged

The FA has charged Huddersfield and Crystal Palace over ugly scenes at the final whistle of Wednesday's game.

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Huddersfield and Crystal Palace have both been charged for the melee

Huddersfield and Crystal Palace have both been charged for the melee

Former Palace forward James Vaughan netted the only goal of the game as the Tykes edged a fiery encounter at the John Smith's Stadium - and a post-match scuffle followed.

The Huddersfield website said: "Huddersfield Town can confirm it has been charged by the Football Association following Wednesday night's win over Crystal Palace.

"The Club has been charged on FA Rule E20(a) - failure to ensure that its players/officials conducted themselves in an orderly fashion.

"Visitors Crystal Palace have also been charged with the same offence. Huddersfield Town is considering its response and has until 4pm on 6 February to respond to the charge."

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